You shouldn’t fear your first steps getting out of bed in the morning. If this sounds familiar, know you are not alone! 17% of the general public will have foot pain at some point. Often this goes away, but far too frequent symptoms remain. What is your best option? It depends on the assessment!
Our average patient has suffered from pain for more than 6 months and seen 2-3 other providers before finding relief in our office!
Our services aren’t for everyone, but If you are tired of that annoying, frustrating pain that just won’t go away, we invite you to schedule a consultation with us to start getting answers!
Stand split stance against a wall. Place a ruler along the floor closest to the wall. Bring the knee of the front leg to the wall. Continue sliding the foot back along the ruler until you find a place where the heel of the foot lifts up before the knee hits the wall. How far did you go?
If it is short of 6”and you have foot or ankle pain, you are a candidate for care. Start finding answers to your problem by setting up an appointment today! Click below.
"I began competing in 1973. Covering more than 80,000 miles in training and competing in five US Olympic Trials, such long-term wear and tear means I now require a lot of recovery support to remain competitive. I stretch. I ice. I use a foam roller; however, the single biggest factor I have found in avoiding chronic injuries is regular body work with Brad McKay at Performance Therapy SC. He is diligent in understanding my biomechanical needs as a racewalker and has solved a long-term hamstring problem I developed from the constant turns in track races. This allowed me to set a US Master's indoor (50-54) record for the Mile racewalk in March, 2013 at 7:09. Whether you are injured or simply need to maintain supple muscles to excel in your event, I recommend a series of sessions with Brad."
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