About North Shore Foot & Ankle Physiotherapy
North Shore Foot & Ankle Physiotherapy focus primarily on treating various conditions of the foot and ankle along with providing a biomedical approach to how they might affect the kinetics of the more proximal structures like hips, lower back, and knees. They have small clinics in North Manly and St. Leonards.
They highly emphasized that their philosophy is to accurately diagnose as well as give you an extensive description of your current condition in a language that you can clearly understand and relate to. They are proud to say that their style of treatment is manual therapy and exercise based strategy that applies the current best practice principles as well as sound clinical experience in order to get you back to optimum condition.
What To Expect On Your Clinic Sessions
Your clinic sessions will be a one-on-one consultation where your physiotherapist will explain thoroughly to you your current condition. It usually lasts for 30 minutes. But you must know that your first visit will usually last for a bit longer - thorough history of your condition and an assessment will be performed. Also, you can get started with manual therapy along with some home exercises. Most of the time, North Shore Foot & Ankle Physiotherapy will be able to find the best solution to your condition. They emphasized though that therapy has its limitations; thus, in case they cannot manage your condition, they will refer to you on a number of treating specialists.
Different Conditions They Treat
- Forefoot Pain
- Ankle Sprains & Instability
- Shin Splints
- Achilles Tendinopathy
- Heel Pain; and
- Peroneal Tendinopathy
Indeed, they can help you in case you are suffering from such conditions. For you to better understand the causes and various treatments of these conditions, consider checking out footphysio.com.au.
Other Services They Offer
Apart from the above-mentioned conditions, North Shore Foot & Ankle Physiotherapy likewise provide treatment for shoulder injuries, elbow pain, sports injuries, neck and back pain, and occupational overuse injuries. You can actually discuss any other aches or pains in other areas of your body during your consultation.