Tendonitis Pain Treatment in Adelaide

Tendonitis Pain Treatment in Adelaide

Tendons are strong bands of tissues that connect muscles to bones. It is referred to as tendonitis pain when they become inflamed, and it may lead to tenderness and swelling.

Types of Tendonitis Pain:

Some common types of Tendonitis Pain in the feet include:

Achilles Tendonitis Pain:

Inflammation of the tendon that connects your calf muscles and heel bone.

Plantar fasciitis:

Pain on the bottom of your foot from the heel to the arch

Extensor tendonitis pain:

Irritation of the tendons that attach from your shins to your toes

Foot tendonitis can develop suddenly if you overuse your tendons or perform a sudden rotation activity during sports. However, usually, it is considered chronic and develops over time. If not treated and continued to be overused, a tendonitis injury could lead to further tendon damage, like a tendon rupture and shin pain.

Services Available:

At Keep Me Walking Podiatry Adelaide, we can help to assess and treat tendon injuries in the feet. A comprehensive assessment and history taking are required. We may also need you to have some imaging is done, such as an ultrasound, to confirm the diagnosis. It is important to rest and seek help when dealing with foot and ankle tendonitis pain

Treatment Options:

Some treatments for ankle and foot tendonitis pain may include:

Elevate & Ice the Affected Area

Shoe wear modifications

Exercise & Strengthening Programs

Strapping or taping

If you are experiencing complications due to foot or ankle tendonitis, please do not hesitate to contact Keep Me Walking Podiatry on 1800962113 today to book an appointment.

Frequently Asked Questions

The direct examinations showed no critical connection between foot
curve level and genuine growth level in people. This implies that the
level of individual's foot curve doesn't fundamentally influence an
individual's growth level.
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.
Flatfeet can at times add to issues in your lower legs and knees in
light of the fact that the condition can change the arrangement of your
legs. In the event that you're not having pain, no treatment is typically
important for flatfeet.

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