Much like the hip joint, our knees and ankles work hard to keep us moving and are subjected to quite a bit of stress in everyday life. Whether you’re physically active or not, this remains true, since everything from overexercising to injury to obesity can take its toll on these important parts of our lower body. While our joints are incredible and built to last, they’ll probably still need some TLC at some point in our lives. At Teton Therapy, our experts are here to help you manage your knee, ankle, and foot pain with the goal of increasing your quality of life.
Knee pain is a very common condition, and is often ignored for far too long. Many people experience knee pain as a result of arthritis, surgeries, or sports injuries. At Teton Therapy, we work closely with you to evaluate the mechanics of your knees and their condition in relation to your physical activity and performance. Limitations in your movement and strength can dramatically affect the way your knee functions, causing increased pressure and pain. Your custom-designed physical therapy program will focus on restoring normal knee movement and increasing strength and coordination, which will help you quickly relieve pain and get back to normal activities.
Our expert therapists help patients of all ages recover from knee surgery, and in some cases, prevent surgery. If you have had knee surgery, including a total knee replacement, consider signing up for a free consultation with one of our therapists to learn about how a specialized program will help you recover and regain mobility and strength.
Foot And Ankle Pain
The foot and ankle are complex structures that absorb a large amount of force with every step – whether we’re walking, running, hiking, or even just standing. Following injuries, or simply with age, ligaments and other structures in the foot can change, resulting in poor or aggravated forces on the foot and ankle. If you have ill-fitting shoes or residual effects from prior injuries (or both), pain can occur from poor stability, lack of mobility, or lack of strength in the stabilizing muscles.
At Teton Therapy, our physical therapy staff have years of training in evaluating the movement of your foot, ankle, and legs. When you first come see us, we’ll perform a thorough analysis of your foot and ankle joints as well as the muscles in your legs and how they all work (or aren’t working) together. Additionally, we’ll analyze your walking and running patterns to determine the root cause of your foot pain or ankle pain so it can be treated quickly and effectively.
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Common conditions we treat:
- Hip, knee, or ankle arthritis
- Hip, knee, leg, or ankle pain
- Piriformis syndrome
- Total hip replacement, Total knee replacement rehab
- Meniscus pain and problems
- Sports injuries
- Difficulty walking/poor balance
- Ankle sprains
- Collapsed arches
- Achilles tendonitis
- Plantar fasciitis
- Post-fracture rehabilitation
- Post-surgical rehabilitation