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Foot and Ankle Physiotherapy

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Common Conditions

The Foot and Ankle can present with many injuries that may require, Physiotherapy, Podiatry intervention or even Surgery if required. With the foot having 28 different bones, 33 joints, 19 muscles, and over 100 ligaments a review with a Foot and Ankle specialist should be undertaken to get an accurate assessment and treatment. We will examine your Foot, Toes, Ankle and your Lower limb including the Knee, Hip, and Pelvis assessing Muscular Imbalances, Stability, and Strength. We will assess your gait using video analysis and a range of tests to determine your dysfunctions in your Foot and Ankle. There are many Foot and Ankle injuries that Stuart assesses and treats, an example of some of the most common injuries we see are listed below. 

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When you visit your Foot and Ankle Specialist Physio for your assessment in the Edinburgh clinic, it involves a detailed history of your Foot or Ankle condition,  discussion of your goals and an examination. This takes between 30 mins to 60 mins. The examination will consist of looking at your Foot, Ankle the Knee and Hip. Stuart will check your Foot dynamically and passively to determine how your Foot functions. Due to many injuries being contributed from other areas we want to check if there are any Muscular Imbalances or Biomechanical Dysfunctions contributing. Together with your Foot and Ankle Physiotherapist the best course of action will be determined.

 

I have seen Stuart for many of my sporting injuries such as knee and Ankle sprains from when I was playing football at AFC Wimbledon to now studying to be a PE teacher. Keeping fit is paramount for my work and well-being and Stuarts expertise has always kept me on track. First class physiotherapy service

Mr Owen Roberts.  PE Teacher, February 2021