These ankle & foot pain relief exercises and stretches cover everything from plantar fasciitis and sprained ankles to toe cramps, foot cramps and achilles tendon stretches. Watch as Doctor Jo demonstrates a variety of physical therapy exercises and stretches for ankle & foot pain.
These plantar fasciitis foot pain treatments should help relieve pain. Plantar fasciitis is basically an inflammation of the fascia on the bottom of the foot. It can lead to foot pain and make it hard to walk.
Peripheral neuropathy is basically when the peripheral nerves become damaged. One of the most common symptoms is a numb and tingly “pins and needles” feeling in the hands and/or feet. Here are some stretches & exercises that can help provide relief in the legs.
This ankle pain relief exercises routine can help strengthen, relieve pain, and loosen up the muscles around the ankle and foot area. These ankle exercises are done in real time, so it’s easy to follow along with the routine.
Peripheral neuropathy is basically when you have damage to your peripheral nerves from either a trauma or disease. This can cause your hands and/or feet become numb and tingly. I'll focus on the feet/legs for this video.
Plantar fasciitis is when tissue on the bottom of the foot gets irritated and inflamed. This can be very painful, and sometimes people have a difficult time walking due to the pain. This video shows stretches & exercises that may help relieve the pain.
Pickleball ankle pain is a common injury among people of all ages from this popular sport. The stretches & exercises in this video will help strengthen, relieve pain, and loosen up the muscles around the ankle area to help relieve ankle pain from Pickleball.
Plantar fasciitis is the inflammation of the fascia on the bottom of the foot, but sometimes the cause of the irritation is not from your foot. It can actually come from an issue in your back, hips, or knees.
Flat feet, also known as fallen arches, can cause a lot of problems in our feet, knees, and hips. Usually there is a little bit of space underneath our feet where the arch is, but when the arch falls, there is no more space and it changes the mechanics of our gait.