Foot Pain Treatment in Melbourne

Did you know there are 26 bones and more than 7000 nerve endings in each foot? It’s no surprise that, according to a recent Australasian Podiatry Council survey, 89% of Australians have experienced foot pain.

Consider the fact that our feet carry the brunt of our whole bodyweight against the floor with every step we take. This can take its toll on our feet’s bones, muscles, tendons and ligaments over time. Foot problems can be exacerbated when we wear poorly fitted shoes or have underlying health issues like diabetes.

Pain in the foot and/or ankle isn’t always preventable, however chiropractic treatment can help to alleviate the symptoms and aid a faster recovery. Chronic lateral ankle pain treatment might involve Chiropractic manipulation, soft tissue therapy, as well as informed advice on targeted exercise programs and appropriate footwear.

Get treatment for foot joint and ankle nerve pain in Melbourne

Whether your foot pain is the result of strained ligaments which affect the arch of your foot (plantar fasciitis), a sprained ankle or otherwise; Enhance Chiropractic provides treatment for a wide range of common foot pain problems.

We adopt a natural, evidence-based approach to pain management that aims to reduce pain, swelling or inflammation. If you’re experiencing any of the following issues, Enhance Chiropractic can help:

  • Achilles tendinitis
  • Ankle sprain
  • Arthritis (manipulation of the ankles, feet, toes can help to reduce joint pain)
  • Bunions
  • Flat feet (hyperpronation)

If left untreated, foot pain can affect the knee, hip and lower back due to walking with an uneven gait as a result of pain. Whether you’ve been suffering with foot and ankle pain for years or you’ve only recently started having issues; Chiropractic treatment can help to provide relief.

Book a consultation for ankle nerve pain treatment

Enhance Chiropractic provides tailored musculoskeletal treatment plans for pain in the foot and ankle, back, neck, hips, wrists and elbows.

Your first consultation will involve an assessment of the affected foot/ankle area following a series of questions about your day-to-day activities, past foot or ankle injuries and other potential factors. This helps us to get to the bottom of what’s causing the issue, so that we can provide you with a tailored treatment plan to alleviate your foot or ankle pain.

Speak to us

To arrange an initial consultation for your foot and ankle pain in Melbourne, please don’t hesitate to book an appointment online today. Alternatively, feel free to contact our clinic directly and a friendly member of our team will be happy to assist.


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