The foot and ankle are arguably two of the most important joints in the human body. SportsCare Physical Therapy recognizes this and takes great pride in treating your foot and ankle injury.
We work closely with area physicians, athletic trainers, and surgeons to regain your range of motion, strength, agility, and speed. Our dedicated therapists are driven to help you recover fully.
There are 28 bones and 25 joints in your foot and ankle, making it a very busy and complicated area of the human body! Each bone and joint are crucial for walking, adaptation and accommodation to changing ground surfaces, and allowing us to turn and move in different directions.
The two lower leg bones (tibia and fibula) form the inside and outside “bumps” that you typically consider to be your “ankle bones.“ The talus bone sits up in between the ends of the leg bones and allows your foot to move up and down – tapping your toes motion. The calcaneus (heel bone) along with the front half of the foot lets our ankle rock back and forth.
There are a number of muscles, tendons and ligaments that help hold the bones and joints together. Each one creates a specific movement and must work properly so you can perform all the activities you enjoy!
These are just a few of the ways SportsCare Physical Therapy will help you recover faster and return to the things you love. We would appreciate the opportunity to talk with you about your injury, so please call one of our convenient locations or Request an Appointment Online.