Foot and ankle pain is common, especially among athletes. At A+ Athlete Sports Medicine in Robbinsville and Neptune, New Jersey, board-certified sports medicine physicians Adam Redlich, MD, Adam Thompson, DO, and their exceptional team pinpoint the cause of your foot and/or ankle pain and offer treatments to relieve the discomfort. Call the A+ Athlete Sports Medicine office to schedule an evaluation, or use the online booking feature today.
Foot and ankle pain is an uncomfortable feeling that may develop over time or with a specific injury to the ankle or the foot. The foot and ankle are made up of many structures including muscles, tendons, ligaments, nerves and bones that can become injured and cause pain. Foot and ankle pain can interfere with your quality of life and performance during sports or your daily activities. A+ Athlete Sports Medicine offers non-operative approaches to treating foot and ankle pain to help you get back out on the court, field, rink, or even just back to your daily activities as quickly as possible.
Foot and ankle pain may appear as:
If you develop foot and/or ankle pain that’s severe or ongoing, consult the A+ Athlete Sports Medicine specialists for an evaluation.
The common causes and risk factors associated with foot and ankle pain are:
Warming up and cooling down properly before exercising, not overtraining, and maintaining optimal strength and flexibility are some of the best ways to reduce the risk of foot and ankle pain. However, you can’t always avoid it — especially if you play sports.
The A+ Athlete Sports Medicine team diagnoses the cause of foot and ankle pain after a thorough examination, reviewing your symptoms and medical history, checking your vital signs, and completing diagnostic tests, if needed. They may suggest further imaging tests such as x-rays, in-office ultrasound evaluation or MRI.
A+ Athlete Sports Medicine offers nonsurgical approaches to treating foot and ankle pain. They may suggest home remedies like ice or heat packs, stretches, supplements, medications, shoe inserts or modifying your activities for a period of time.
Additional treatment options include specific exercise programs, physical therapy, injections, massage, nutrition counseling and acupuncture. Your specialist personalizes each treatment based on your needs.
Call the A+ Athlete Sports Medicine office or use the online booking feature to get foot and ankle pain relief today.