Foot Pain Treatment | Calgary, AB | Nose Creek Physiotherapy

What is the source of my foot pain? Why does walking on my feet hurt so much? My feet have started to hurt, and I can't walk barefoot for at least the first 20 minutes when I get up. I'm in terrible shooting and scorching pain. I can no longer walk for long periods without experiencing pain. What could be the source of this, and what can I do to get relief?

When it comes to living with Foot Pain, everybody we see wants to know:

"Why Is This Happening To Me?"...

"What Is Causing This?"...

Most people believe that foot and lower leg pain will go away on its own. They'll wake up one morning and it'll be gone, as if by "magic." However, six months later, not only has the nagging discomfort not improved, but it has gotten worse.

Does That Sound Like You?

Every week, we see people in our physiotherapy clinic that have gone to their doctor only to be given pain medication and told to rest. Six weeks later they are back for more pills as the problem remains . Medication will mask the symptoms but will not fix the problem.

Has That Ever Happened To You?

Maybe you are confused because you’ve been told different things by different people. For example, perhaps you think you have a foot problem - but it’s your lower leg causing the problem. It’s a very confusing part of the body to diagnose and this makes it challenging to figure out what to do about foot and lower leg pain. Because of this many people just end up accepting their pain as a part of life’ – it becomes their routine, as if it “has” to be that way.

Is This How You Feel?

If You’re Currently Living with Foot Or Lower Leg Pain, Here’s Four Reasons Why It Could Be Lasting Longer Than It Should:

  • 1. You were hoping that it would simply go away on its own.
  • 2. Doctor’s prescription for rest and pain medication didn’t do the trick.
  • 3. You assumed that it was just a normal part of ageing.
  • 4. Previous help from Healthcare Professionals failed to give results.

If you're experiencing pain in your foot and lower legs, we can help you STOP the pain. Schedule an appointment with one of our Physiotherapists to discuss the best solution to your pain. You have likely tried many solutions that haven't worked - so let's find out what does. Click the link below to schedule a call with us if you need solid advice on alleviating your pain.

Some Things That Can Help Resolve Foot and Lower Leg Pain...

  • 1. First, decide to get help - It will not go away on its own.
  • 2. Do the RIGHT exercises - One of the simplest ways to relieve feet and lower leg pain is to complete the correct set of progressive exercises. The right exercises offered to you by a Physiotherapist can help reduce discomfort, allow you to move freely again quickly, and ensure that the problems do not return anytime soon.
  • 3. Avoid being in awkward positions – Prolonged standing is one of the worst things for foot and lower leg discomfort. Our bodies are designed to move, not sit still all day. It would be highly beneficial if you were given suitable strengthening exercises and stretches for better posture, as well as hands-on treatment, to help you go back to being active and healthy as soon as possible.
  • 4. Get real, “hands-on” Physio – Physiotherapy has been shown to aid those struggling from feet and lower leg pain. For example, suppose your knee discomfort interferes with your employment, prevents you from staying active, or affects your independence and prevents you from spending quality time with family and friends. In that case, physiotherapy can help you get back to living the life you deserve.

Nose Creek Physiotherapy can help...

To find out how Nose Creek Physiotherapy Calgary Northeast & Northwest can help you reduce pain in your foot and lower legs to live comfortably, we invite you to schedule a completely free, no-obligation, risk-free appointment at our clinic in Beddington.

Note: We provide this Free Discovery Session to anyone anxious or hesitant about physiotherapy, unsure of its benefits or whether it is suited for them. If this describes you, please begin with a free discovery session so that we can work with you to figure out what's wrong and, more importantly, what can be done - with no financial risk to you.

How Can Choosing to see a Physiotherapist at Nose Creek Physiotherapy, Help Rid You of Foot and Lower Leg Pain?

  • Ease the pain and rigidity - typically within a couple of sessions.
  • Learn what’s happening in your body, and get to the root cause of your foot and lower leg pain once and for all - often within 20 minutes.
  • Pain can "zap" your energy and affect your sleep cycle - we are here to help you get a good night’s sleep leaving you even more energetic than before.
  • Make certain that your trouble is "fixed" as well as "healed" correctly - and we will offer you with the ideal collection of workouts that will quicken your recuperation.
  • Help you put an end to taking all of those medicines that are no good for your wellness.
  • Avoid risky, invasive surgical treatments - and uncomfortable injections with our help.
  • Help you stay out of the Doctor's sight and keep you from taking those pills!
  • Enjoy your quality time with friends and family once again that the foot or lower leg pain stole from you.
  • Finally rest well at night without tossing and turning trying to find a perfect position that feels comfortable with our help.

Call us today to find out how we can help you get back to living your life free of daily, annoying, and chronic neck and shoulder pain.

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