Foot And Ankle Pain

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      Kim Gladfelter

      Kim Gladfelter, MPT, OCS, FAAOMPT




      A Personal Message from Foot & Ankle Physical Therapist, Kim Gladfelter

      Hello and Welcome...

      • Are you worried about foot and ankle pain that isn’t going away on its own, no matter how much "rest" you've been told to get?
      • Does it concern you that you’re missing out on all your favorite activities because of foot and ankle pain?
      • Do you feel a sharp pain under the ball of your foot or at the back of your heel when you step out of bed in the morning that only begins to ease 20 minutes or so and after you’ve been moving.
      • Have you been told to just rest or take pain medications but you secretly know that neither option is the best way forward or the one you want to take?
      • Did you injure your ankle weeks or months ago from a fall or twist and it’s become very stiff, meaning you’re in lots of pain or discomfort when you twist, turn or walk over uneven ground?
      • Does it concern you that injections haven’t worked and you might be facing a dangerous surgery?

      If that's happening to you, you're not alone. We hear this type of thing all the time! In fact, Foot and Ankle Pain is one of the most common problems that we see in our physical therapy clinic in Los Altos, CA.

      And when it comes to living with Foot and Ankle Pain, everybody we see wants to know the answers to these simple questions...

      Why Is This Happening To Me?
      "Why Am I Still Suffering With Foot/Ankle Pain After Putting Up With It For 6 Months (Maybe More)?

      Most people think that when you get Foot and Ankle Pain, it's just going to go away on its own.

      That you'll wake up one morning and like "magic", it'll be as if Foot/Ankle Pain never happened. But then 6 months later, you're still living with Foot and Ankle Pain - often even worse than it was when it started.

      Does That Sound Like You?

      Another scenario we see all the time in our physical therapy clinic is when people are told to rest, ”try medications”, or told they need to "get an MRI.”

      But this is rarely ever the best advice and often 6 weeks later, their Foot and Ankle Pain hasn't gotten any better. They may have been told of some scary findings (which may in return actually be NORMAL findings).

      Worse, they're often given yet another prescription of even stronger pills, and advised MORE rest or an injection as their only options. This explains why so many people are continuing to suffer from chronic Foot and Ankle Pain.

      Has This Ever Happened To You?

      Maybe you are confused because you’ve been told different things, by different people. Maybe you think you have to rest because you’ve been told walking makes Foot and Ankle Pain worse, or that you should be doing "this exercise" and "that exercise" to make it better.

      It can very confusing to know exactly what to do first when you have so many options.  And when faced with uncertainty of what will work, you will do what most people do… Which is do nothing!  And that’s just to avoid making your foot and ankle pain worse!

      And because of this confusion, people tend to procrastinate and put off making a decision about what to do to help fix their Foot and Ankle pain. This happens because they fear making the wrong decision (perhaps again).  And what is even worse is that many people just end up just accepting it as “part of life”.  It is not normal and does not have to be that way.

      Is This How You Feel Too?

      If You're Currently Living With Foot/Ankle Pain,
      Here's 7 More Reasons Why It Could Be Lasting
      Longer Than It Should:

      • You thought it would go away on it's own - but it didn't
      • You were told to take pain pills (which we know are addicting and dangerous). All they did was 'mask' the pain - and as soon as they wore off, the pain stopped you in your tracks again
      • You were told that it's your age, so you just accepted it
      • You have sought help from other healthcare professionals or a physical therapist in the past, but nothing they said or did seemed to help
      • You tried wearing a brace but it did nothing to help make the pain any better
      • You thought it would be a good idea to rest because you experienced severe foot and ankle pain and swelling, but it still irritates you daily with even small things around the house or at work
      • You have tried a few exercises from YouTube or Google, and they felt painful when you did them, and did nothing to really ease the pain

      If any of these have happened to you, then we would love to help you by inviting you to book a call to talk with one of our physical therapy experts at our clinic to find out what can be done to help you.

      The fact that you’ve tried any or all of these things already is actually a GOOD THING because when you know what doesn’t work and you are closer to finding what does work.

      Click the button below to book a call with us if you would like to get some solid advice given to you over the phone. There is no obligation to book any appointments with us after the call is over. Our goal is to help you make the right decision about what to do next for the best solution to end the limitations due to foot and ankle pain.

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      "What Can I Do To Get Rid Of My Foot And Ankle Pain?"

      Well, here's 3 things you can do...

      • First, make a decision about getting help. So many people procrastinate for so long, thinking that Foot and Ankle Pain will "just go away with time", but then 6 months down the line you’re still putting up with it, and nothing’s changed… or it gets worse.
      • Next, do the RIGHT exercises. One of the best things to help you ease your Foot and Ankle Pain is to do the right series of guided exercises - given to you by a physical therapist will help reduce pain, and allow you to move freely again and make sure that the problems don’t come back anytime soon (or aggravate it even more like some exercises do).
      • Get real, “hands-on” Physical Therapy. PT is proven to help people with Foot and Ankle pain. In fact, at PhysioFit it’s one of the most common issues we see people aged 40+ living with. If your Foot and Ankle pain is affecting your job, if it stops you from keeping active, or if it threatens your independence and gets in the way of spending quality time with family and friends - Physical Therapy can help get you back to living the life you deserve as quickly as possible.
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      Restore Your Quality of Life, Activity &
      Mind Body Connection

      We will work best with you if you are motivated, have a strong desire to become active again…but just feel stuck about what you should be doing.

      If you are willing to put in a little bit of work and you are ready to get back the quality of life you want, then you will be a great fit with us.

      And you can expect to see amazing transformations:

      • A life where you can life without pain medication
      • Get back to exercising again, but without any pain holding you back so you can finally get in shape again
      • Be able to play with and pick up your kids or grandkids, without worrying about your foot and ankle giving way
      • A better quality life that will not only take pain away from your foot and ankle, but help you move, walk, and exercise with confidence
      • Restore long lost movement, and energy so you can keep up with friends and family again, without having your life dictated by constant foot and ankle pain
      • A return to your active, normal life of walking or traveling without limitations

      We offer a 20-Minute Telephone Consultation which comes at NO risk to you. We will have an honest conversation about your health to decide if we will be a good fit to work with each other.

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      “Hear From PhysioFit Clients Who Are Feeling More ACTIVE,
      And HAPPY…In Just A Few Short Weeks”!

      “Before starting at PhysioFit, the pain in my foot was unbearable. I couldn't put weight on it and the ache/burn woke me up in the middle of the night. I had to wear a boot and use a scooter just to do normal daily tasks and couldn't work out. After the physical therapy at PhysioFit, I have no pain, no boot, no scooter and finally feel like myself again. I’m biking, swimming, walking and even ran a half marathon 3 months after starting therapy. Stephanie and the team were amazing!”

      Cole Conroy
      Cole Conroy 29, Mountain View

      "I had a great experience with PhysioFit to treat my ankle injury which happened during playing tennis. Initial on-boarding and insurance eligibility check was quick, wait-time for each session was minimal and team was responsive to my phone calls for last minute changes and requests. Finally, my physical therapist, Stephanie is not only knowledgeable, but also passionate and caring to optimize the treatment and result. Treatment significantly improved my ankle's strength and allowed me to continue playing tennis."

      Shervin Ghasemi-Majd
      Shervin Ghasemi-Majd 39, South San Francisco

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