You’re on your feet every day, so foot and ankle conditions can affect your life dramatically. Having the ability to move freely and without pain is the ideal for everyone. Not being able to move from place to place pain-free may be keeping you from your daily routine. Foot pain and ankle pain can lead to a life of discomfort. The foot and ankle are full of different kinds of tissue, including bones, ligaments, and tendons that can be easily damaged through activity or health conditions. At McLean County Orthopedics, our therapists, physicians, and surgeons are here to treat your foot and ankle injuries and conditions.
Foot and ankle injuries affect patients of all ages. Whether you play a high-impact sport, are avid runner, just want to get on your feet to play with your children or grandchildren, or anything in-between, having the ability to be mobile is priceless. Though sports injuries account for many of the foot and ankle injuries that occur each year, we also see several patients who are not athletes suffer from foot pain or ankle pain. There are many conditions, such as arthritis and tendinitis, that can cause recurring foot pain. Foot and ankle injuries may cause swelling, bruising, inability to walk or put weight on the injured foot, severe pain, weakness, and instability. Common foot and ankle injuries and conditions that cause pain include:
- Plantar fasciitis
- Hammer toe
- Bone spur
- Achilles heel pain
Here at McLean County Orthopedics, our skilled team of therapists, physicians, and surgeons offer an array of treatment options to treat all different foot and ankle injuries and conditions. We provide the highest level of foot and ankle treatments to all our patients. With our team’s extensive knowledge, we will find the correct diagnosis and treatment option for your injury or condition to lessen your pain. Through physical therapy, exercises, treatments, and surgeries, we are bound to get you back on your feet and to enjoying your life! Call our office today to schedule an appointment.