Find Relief With a Physical Therapy Ankle Treatment Plan

Physical Therapy FAQ

The ankle is a complex structure that provides us with stability for walking and standing. Our ankles are an important part of the foundation that holds up our entire body.

Ankle sprains and strains are two of the most common injuries seen in our patients. These type of injuries may occur on either side of the ankle joint. Most often, a sudden stretching or twisting causes an ankle sprain or strain. Patients may experience pain, swelling or even a tear of the ligament.

Ankle pain and stiffness typically get worse over time. Patients tend to start favoring the other leg to avoid putting additional weight on the injured ankle. Delaying treatment after injury can lead to post-traumatic arthritis developing in the hurt ankle.

Ankle treatment at Holland Physical Therapy

At Holland Physical Therapy, our ankle treatment plan will follow steps to help ease your pain. Pain management is first, and then we can start working to restore mobility. Below are some of the best pain management methods for treating ankle pain:

  • Rest
  • Cold pack & hot packs
  • Stretching
  • Exercises

Our staff of well-trained physical therapists works diligently to maintain and restore mobility and range of motion. Our therapists may also be able to help you regain flexibility and strengthen your ankle. When we work with patients to help relieve ankle pain and improve mobility, we create personalized treatment plans that cater to a patient’s current activity level, strengths and goals. That means we will start your treatment right where you are, and help you work up the strength to get back to normal.

Call today to schedule an appointment with Holland Physical Therapy

At Holland Physical Therapy, every one of our patients will get the best ankle treatment plan available. Our customized plans are designed to fit your lifestyle and long-term goals. If you are experiencing pain in your ankle and would like to begin treatment, call Holland Physical Therapy and schedule your initial consultation today.

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