Knee/Ankle/Foot Pain

Knee Pain can make everyday activities Seem Impossible

Have you experienced anything like this? You feel like your workouts are going great when you start getting a sharp pain under your knee cap.

It gets worse when you kneel on it, or when you try to squat, do step ups, lunges etc.  Then the pain becomes burning and sharp.

Rest, ice, elevation and ibuprofen  seem to help it a little bit. The pain goes away after awhile, but the minute you get active it explodes on you and this time, its swollen too.

You begin to get worried you might have torn something but you're not sure.  Its really painful around the knee cap, and your knees sound crunchy when you bend them.

80% of the time the problem is with your musculoskeletal system (your muscles, bones and supporting tissue).

Your next move probably doesn't need to be knee replacements, cortisone injections and specialized orthotics.   Instead, we want you to come in and let our expert team assess your situation.

We'll provide you with a plan and help get you moving properly again.

Ankle & Achilles Issues can Sideline Your Health

Maybe your ankle has started developing a tight burning pain when you exercise. It feels better when you rest it but as soon as you get active it comes back with a vengeance.

You're worried because it's starting to hurt at night and it even wakes you up.  Your ankle looks puffy and hurts when you wear shoes that dig into the back of your ankle.

You wonder, am I getting achilles tendonitis? Or maybe this pain is from a bad ankle sprain in your 20s?

Whatever is happening, you need help because exercise hurts. You're loosing ground and your goals are getting further away.

Even though you tell yourself, 'No pain, no gain', when you try to push through you just can’t.

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Ankle & Achilles Issues can Sideline Your Health

Maybe your ankle has started developing a tight burning pain when you exercise. It feels better when you rest it but as soon as you get active it comes back with a vengeance.

You're worried because it's starting to hurt at night and it even wakes you up.  Your ankle looks puffy and hurts when you wear shoes that dig into the back of your ankle.

You wonder, am I getting achilles tendonitis? Or maybe this pain is from a bad ankle sprain in your 20s?

Whatever is happening, you need help because exercise hurts. You're loosing ground and your goals are getting further away.

Even though you tell yourself, 'No pain, no gain', when you try to push through you just can’t.

Foot pain can feel like torture

You're out walking with your spouse when the bottom of your foot starts burning in pain.

It reminds you of stepping on a nail as a kid...a sharp, stabbing pain.

You try to move your foot differently as you walk, but it doesn't help.  You shorten up your stride and limp painfully home.

Ice helps, thank goodness you think, it was just a bit too much activity.

The next morning you get out of bed and the moment you load your foot the pain is crippling.  You hobble downstairs for an icepack and ibuprofen, taking the steps one at a time.

You know something is wrong. Maybe stretching will help? You look up a YouTube foot stretch and try it, but it only feels worse.

Worry kicks in, maybe you have plantar fasciitis?  A friend got diagnosed and their doctor told them they'd never run again.

Who should you see?  What should you do?  Will it go away?

Complete healing and recovery from foot pain is possible.

Typically symptoms are caused by inflamed muscles and tendons. With the right treatment plan, rehab can take place over a few weeks.

Understanding what's wrong is critical...If you're hurting, schedule an assessment get help figuring it out.

You are not alone. We've helped thousands of patients move past pain and feel great again.

In the rare case we can't help you or you choose to not move forward, your assessment is completely free.

If you are feeling pain, tenderness or swelling in your lower leg, come in for a free assessment to figure out what's wrong.

Scheduling your visit is simple, simply Click Here To Call (425) 776-2936

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