Foot pain is a common condition that affects people of all ages. There are various types of foot pain, including plantar fasciitis, bunions, Achilles tendinitis, and metatarsalgia and each type of foot pain has its own causes and symptoms.
But with the right physiotherapy treatment for foot pain, we can help relieve pain and discomfort through various techniques such as manual therapy, stretching exercises, and strengthening exercises. Our physiotherapist will assess your foot pain and develop a personalised treatment plan to help reduce pain, increase mobility, and improve overall foot function.
After finishing a four-year program at Carlow University of Technology, he earned certification as a physical therapist. He developed an interest in this field at a young age due to frequent injuries that needed treatment. He pursued further education to gain a thorough understanding of the human body.
Barry specialises in helping people of all ages recover and is trained in soft tissue massage and dry needling. Barry will lead you through specific exercises and stretches in our dedicated rehab room to improve your mobility and overall wellness. In your initial appointment, Barry will carefully examine your condition by gathering a detailed history of your injury and symptoms. He will evaluate your body movements and assist you in setting short and long-term goals. Our approach goes beyond just treating the injury – we also investigate the root causes and work to minimise the chances of future injuries. We will create a personalized rehab plan tailored to your specific needs.More About Barry
Having physio for your feet will help to alleviate pain and improve function in individuals suffering from foot-related problems. The most common foot conditions that can benefit from physiotherapy include plantar fasciitis, Achilles tendinitis, flat feet, and bunions.
Our physiotherapist will conduct a thorough assessment to determine the cause of the foot pain and create a personalised treatment plan. This may involve a combination of manual therapy techniques, such as joint mobilisation and soft tissue release, as well as exercises to increase strength, flexibility, and balance in the foot and ankle. In addition to hands-on treatment, we will advise on footwear, orthotic devices, and lifestyle modifications to prevent future foot pain.