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Putting Your Best Foot Forward: Effective Foot Pain Treatment

Foot Pain Relief: Step Into Comfort

Do you suffer from foot pain and are looking for relief? 

Foot pain can be debilitating and can greatly affect our daily lives. Whether it is caused by injuries, chronic conditions like plantar fasciitis or arthritis, or even just wearing uncomfortable shoes, finding relief is essential. With our team of experienced physios and chiropractors, we offer a range of treatments for foot pain. 

If you are looking for foot physio, our physiotherapists can provide targeted exercises and stretches to help alleviate pain and improve foot function. Or our chiropractors can offer adjustments and manipulations to realign the bones and relieve discomfort.

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Person receiving physio for foot pain in Carrigaline.

Stepping Out of Foot Pain: Treatable Conditions and Solutions

Foot pain can be a frustrating and debilitating condition that affects people of all ages and lifestyles. The good news is that many foot problems are treatable with the right approach and solutions. One common cause of foot pain is plantar fasciitis, which is the inflammation of the band of tissue that connects the heel bone to the toes. Another condition is bunions, bony bumps that form at the base of the big toe and can cause significant discomfort. Other causes of foot pain include stress fractures, Achilles tendinitis, and flat feet. Fortunately, various treatments are available for these conditions, which is why we are dedicated to providing you with comprehensive care to alleviate your pain and restore your mobility. Contact us today and schedule an appointment to get the treatment you need.

We Can Treat

  • Plantar fasciitis
  • Metatarsalgia
  • Morton’s neuroma
  • Posterior tibialis syndrome
  • Peroneus Longus syndrome

We Can Treat

  • Fibula impingement
  • Arthritic ankle and foot joints
  • Achilles tendonitis
  • Shin splints
  • Dropped arches

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Niall Livesey
Niall Livesey
04/05/2024
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Excellent Physio would highly recommend Barry
El
El
27/03/2024
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Following my first session with Nayna, I felt relief from pain that has been there for close to 10 years. No immediate fix, but immediate notable improvements. My range of motion increased. The days following I slept the best I have in weeks. Tension I didn’t even know I was holding in my jaw eased hugely, my neck and shoulders released. Not only does my body feel improvement following the session, the relief lead to an overall relax in myself. Far less tension, far less irritable. My second session today was just as enjoyable. I look forward to my next sessions with Nayna. Couldn’t recommend enough.
Eric Mac Carthaigh
Eric Mac Carthaigh
25/03/2024
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After my first appointment with Dr. Nayna Bhoola I noticed a big improvement. I'm looking forward to my next appointment.
Ann O'Regan
Ann O'Regan
17/02/2024
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Yvonne is an amazing chiropractor. She really listens to you and treats you accordingly. She gives me a massage to loosen out my muscles, if I require acupuncture she does it and she won’t let me go until she is happy that her treatments are working which they always do. I would highly recommend Yvonne if you suffer with any type of pain. Thank you Yvonne.
Stefanie Adamek
Stefanie Adamek
11/12/2023
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Had treatment from Nayna the chiropractor and barry the physio. Sorted my hip and shoulder pain. Thanks so much. Easy booking and overall great experience.
Dots 77
Dots 77
20/11/2023
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Amazing experience throughout and incredibly professional. Yvonne truly works wonders. Customer service at its finest, brilliant.
Edel Russell
Edel Russell
27/10/2023
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Excellent treatment and advice from Barry and the team - very professional service provided
Gay Butler
Gay Butler
10/10/2023
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Dr. Nayna Boohla was incredible adjusting my twisted back and hips after a fall I took in the rain on holiday. She is very caring and incredibly knowledgable at chiropractic and Accupuncture. And only because of her I could continue my trip for another 3 weeks.
Dylan Roche
Dylan Roche
07/10/2023
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Yvonne is a miracle worker! I was in pain for months with lower back pain and nothing was working--went to Yvonne at Head to Toe and over time she has made my pain manageable and most days non-existent! She listened to me and we worked out a plan that included me getting back to the gym and getting off pain killers, and so far its working out brilliantly! I can actually move again and enjoy my life which frankly, didn't seem possible 6 months ago...I cannot recommend Yvonne highly enough-Thank you!

More FAQs Answered On Foot Pain And Treatments

Common Causes Of Heel Pain

Heel pain is a common condition that can affect people of all ages. There are several causes of heel pain, the most common being plantar fasciitis. Plantar fasciitis occurs when the plantar fascia, a thick band of tissue that runs along the bottom of the foot, becomes inflamed. This can happen from repetitive strain or overuse, such as running or standing for long periods.

Another common cause of heel pain is Achilles tendinitis, which is inflammation of the Achilles tendon located at the back of the heel. This can occur from activities that require a lot of jumping or sudden movements, like basketball or tennis. Other causes of heel pain include heel spurs, stress fractures, and bursitis. It is important to see a healthcare professional if you are experiencing persistent heel pain to determine the underlying cause and receive appropriate treatment. Taking measures like wearing proper footwear, stretching before physical activity, and maintaining a healthy weight can help prevent heel pain from occurring.

How Can Arthritis Affect Your Feet?

Arthritis is a condition that commonly affects the joints, causing pain, stiffness, and inflammation. When it strikes the feet, it can be especially debilitating. The two most common types of arthritis that can affect the feet are osteoarthritis and rheumatoid arthritis.

Osteoarthritis occurs when the cartilage that cushions the joints wears away, leading to bone rubbing against bone. This can cause pain, swelling, and difficulty walking.

Rheumatoid arthritis, on the other hand, is an autoimmune disease that causes inflammation throughout the body, including the joints. This can lead to joint deformity, instability, and severe pain in the feet. Both types of arthritis can affect any joint in the foot, including the ankles, toes, and the small joints in the midfoot. Arthritis in the feet can make it challenging to perform daily activities such as walking, wearing shoes, and even standing for extended periods. Fortunately, there are treatments available to help manage the symptoms and improve mobility, such as, physical therapy, orthotics, and, in severe cases, surgery. 

What Is The Best Treatment For Pain In Feet?

The best treatment for pain in feet depends on the underlying cause of the pain. In some cases, self-care measures such as rest, ice, compression, and elevation (RICE) may be sufficient to provide relief. Proper foot care, such as wearing comfortable shoes with good arch support, using orthotics, and avoiding high-impact activities, can prevent or reduce foot pain.

It is advisable to consult a healthcare professional for more severe or persistent pain. Physical therapy can help to strengthen the muscles in the feet and improve alignment.