Ankle Pain

The ankle is one of the three main joints that are responsible for bearing the weight of the body, along with the knee and hip joints.  Ankle pain can be an indicator of an unbalanced foundation.  An unbalanced foundation can cause improper use of the ankle joint and can cause dysfunction of the ankle joint, its ligaments, and its related muscles. 

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Ankle Pain Solutions

To begin a path towards a balanced foundation and reduce pain in the ankle, ask your doctor about these Orthotics and procedures:

Active Functional Orthotics      

-Recommended for athletic shoes 

-Have been shown to specifically reduce ankle pain

-Support all three arches of the foot to create a balanced foundation 

-Designed to wick away moisture

-Maximum shock absorption for heel strike, extra propulsion, and more stability

-Postural correction and long-term preventive protection

-Comes in five levels based on activity leve

            -Premium, Intense, Moderate, LightTight Fitting

   

Comfort Functional Orthotics     

-Recommended for casual shoes

-Have been shown to specifically reduce ankle pain 

-Support all three arches of the foot to create a balanced foundation

- Made with synthetic suede top cushioning for added comfort

-Maximum shock absorption for heel strike, extra propulsion, and more stability

-Postural correction and long-term preventive protection

-Comes in four levels based on activity level

            -Intense, Moderate, LightTight Fitting 

 

Chiropractic Extremity Adjustments

-Restore joint mobility and improve function of the nervous system

-Reduce pain, inflammation and promote healing

-Adjustments can be delivered by hand or through the use of an instrument

 

Soft Tissue Therapy

-Can be applied manually or through instruments

-Complements chiropractic adjustments

-Improves muscular function and blood supply

-Reduces inflammation, scar tissue, and expedite healing.

 

 

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