Foot and Heel Pain
One quarter of the bones in the body are in the foot and ankle, that’s 26 bones and 33 joints on each side. When you look at the forces involved, it’s hardly surprising that we get trouble from time to time. There are several painful conditions that affect the foot and ankle and most of them relate to the alignment and function of all these bones, joints and muscles. Plantar fasciitis, heel spurs and Morton’s metatarsalgia are just a few common conditions that present to us.
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Sport is about performing at your highest level. Whether it’s tight muscles, weak muscles, recurrent injury, reduced mobility or poor stability that’s holding you back, our chiropractors and sports massage therapist are here to help you.
Casterbridge, your local Chiropractor
We provide bespoke treatment which frees up stiff joints, reduces adhesions and can help manage pain which in turn aids recovery.