Sprain and Fractures Treatment in Adelaide

Sprain and Fractures Treatments in Adelaide

They often occur due to overuse injury or repetitive stress on the bone. Sprain and fractures pain gradually worsens over time, especially during weight-bearing activities, and you may find tenderness at the stress fracture site.

Why Choose KMW Treatment :

At Keep Me Walking Podiatry we will assess your specific injury and a thorough medical history to formulate the best treatment plan to approach your sprain and fracture. We understand that all pain is different and that’s why we use an individualized approach for the treatment of sprains and fractures depending on your needs.

Bones in the lower limbs and feet are prone to sprain and fractures due to the repetitive stress they face during activities such as running, walking, and playing sports. Sprain and fractures in the feet usually occur in the long bones of the toes but may also occur at the ankle and mid-foot and it may also tead towards callus.

Commonly, sprain and fractures happen when people start new forms of physical activity or return to activity after a long time off. This exposes the body to high levels of impact, which it may not be used to.
At Keep Me Walking Podiatry in Adelaide, we can help to assess your feet and diagnose a stress fracture as well as toe deformities with the help of X-ray imaging and a comprehensive assessment.

It is very important to rest when diagnosed with a sprain and fracture and avoid high-impact activity. This will allow the bone to heal without further damage.

Treatment Options:

Some treatments for sprain and fractures may include:

Off-loading boot

Modified Shoe Wear

Correction of Biomechanical Abnormalities


Exercise &


If you think you are suffering from foot pain related to stress fractures, please do not hesitate to contact Keep Me Walking Podiatry in Adelaide on 1800962113 to book an appointment.

Frequently Asked Questions

The most common type of sprain injury to the feet is at the mid-foot, specifically the Lisfranc ligament.
Flat feet aren't unusual and are usually caused by a lack of tendon
support in the curves of the feet. So, this condition can cause torment in
different parts of the body, including the back, hips, and knees.

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