LycaHealth’s foot and ankle pain clinic is available in Canary Wharf, East London. Our physiotherapists will ensure your foot or ankle pain concerns are heard and acted upon, so that you can focus on getting better. From ingrown toenails to tendinitis, our team is here to help you.
We have vast experience in diagnosing and treating foot pain and ankle pain, and see many patients from a sporting background visit our clinics in Canary Wharf and Kent. You may be wondering why we see so many patients who work in sport, or have great involvement within it. This is because when doing sports, there is repetitive movement or high impact on the feet and/or ankles which can lead to foot or ankle injuries, resulting in discomfort and pain. Some of the common injuries can include a sprained ankle, broken or fractured bones and muscle or ligament damage. For those patients who have suffered a sports injury that is not specific to the foot or ankle, we recommend that they visit our sports injuries clinic.
However, it’s not just sports people who come to us with pain. Those who are regularly on their feet as part of their job, lift heavy weights, or have a genetic condition may also want to seek help from a foot specialist. Some of the common problems we see in our foot and ankle pain clinic in London include:
Whether it’s toe pain, aching ankles or heel pain, we’ve got the expertise to support you through to better physical health.
Some of the common causes of ankle pain and foot pain include:
Your consultation will be handled by one of LycaHealth’s expert physiotherapists, who will analyse your medical history and current condition in order to form a diagnosis. In some cases, you may have to undergo imaging to complete the diagnosis.
Following your foot/ankle pain diagnosis, your physiotherapist will refer you to the correct specialist to deal with your treatment. The treatment you will receive depends on your condition and what is recommended by the physiotherapist.
At LycaHealth, our services are covered by all major medical insurance companies. You can also self-pay for treatment.
Unfortunately, not all foot and ankle conditions can be treated. However, we can advise how to manage symptoms and what you can do to help your condition.
Yes, our experienced clinicians and physiotherapists are able to recommend a range of treatments; including both surgical and non-surgical options. Where possible, we’ll recommend the least intrusive and lowest risk treatment for your foot and ankle condition, to allow you to start your road to recovery as quickly as possible.
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