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Foot Pain Treatment & Rehabilitation

Dedicated treatment, support, and training for foot pain and ankle injuries

Foot Pain Treatment: London

Foot and ankle injuries can come on very quickly – one misstep is often all it takes. The problem is, these kinds of injuries are extremely debilitating – they often make it impossible to carry out many of the normal life tasks we otherwise take for granted.

The good news is, we have a team of specialists here at Fitness Lab who will help you back to full fitness. We don’t expect you to come to us with a diagnosis either – our multi-disciplinary team will assess your feet, ankles, and all the surrounding muscles and use our specialist body composition equipment to look for imbalances that could be causing significant pain.

A consultation with Fitness Lab’s onsite partner is free of charge and comes with no obligation to commit to a course of treatment. We’ll give you all the information and tell you how we can help – then you can decide if we’re the right people to help you with your foot problems.

A wraparound approach to foot, ankle, and heel pain treatment

It’s not uncommon to find that a foot specialist or foot clinic takes a very focused approach to dealing with your foot pain. Sometimes that works and offers results – but other times relief is only temporary.

At Fitness Lab, we take a different, holistic approach to dealing with sports injuries and occupational discomfort.

Between our specialist injury rehabilitation team and our injury rehabilitation partner, we will approach your condition from numerous angles, including:

  • Physiotherapy

  • Osteopath

  • Sports massage

  • Personal training

  • Running coaching

  • Pilates-based rehab

  • Strength and conditioning programs

With a wraparound team of professionals attending to your injury through different stages, we’ll make sure foot or ankle injury goes away and stays away.

Foot conditions can occur for anyone

Foot pain can occur for anyone – whether you’re an ultra-marathon runner or an office worker. Since your feet are part of your body’s natural ‘shock absorber’ function, modern life can present a range of stresses – even something as simple as a change of footwear or sitting position can bring on a painful problem.

If you’ve experienced a trauma to your foot, you may already know what the issue is – but don’t worry if you don’t. We’ll carry out a detailed analysis to help you understand what’s happening within your knee – then we’ll explain what the next steps should be.

For some people, a couple of sports massage sessions and some ongoing stretching exercises will be adequate – but for others, a slightly more in-depth approach might be needed, perhaps including some physiotherapy sessions or support from an osteopath. Whatever the next step is for you, you can be assured that it’ll be a personalised approach that’s got your wellbeing and movement at the heart of what we do.

    Private treatment and gym rehab facilities

    It’s sometimes difficult to know what kind of treatment you’ll receive when you book at a specialist centre for a foot condition. Sometimes you’ll find yourself in a private hospital – but other times you could find yourself in the home-office of a therapist.

    At Fitness Lab, you’ll find yourself in an immaculately presented treatment room just 2 minutes from Oxford Street. What’s more, you’ll have the full attention of a specialist with years of experience successfully treating foot pain.

    No matter what kind of treatment is right for you, it’ll be carried out in either a private treatment room or a specialist workout ‘pod’ – where you’re not overlooked like you would be in a public gym.

    What kind of conditions can we treat at our foot and ankle clinic?

    Our team has decades of experience across a huge range of settings – from professional football teams through to occupation health departments of major London companies. We have treated thousands of injuries and conditions, often including:

    • Plantar fasciitis

    • Achilles tendon rupture

    • Achilles tendonitis

    • Ankle instability

    • Foot arthritis

    • Big toe injuries

    • Non-descript heel pain and heel spurs

    • Heel bone surgery recovery

    • General ankle problems

    • Issues relating to flat feet

    • …and much more

    A friendly in-depth consultation

    When you book a consultation with Fitness Lab, we’ll start by finding a time that’s convenient for you. We can work around typical office hours – including during the weekend.

    When you arrive, you’ll meet with one of our team and we’ll discuss the issues you’re facing, any relevant medical history, possible contributing factors, and what a recovery program might look like.

    If it sounds positive, we can book you in and plan your first session. If you feel like your needs will be better met elsewhere, we’ll use our extensive injury rehabilitation knowledge to make any recommendations we think might help. There’s never any pressure or obligation – we’re here to help, whatever that looks like for you.

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