Active Feet Injury & Sports Injury

Incorrect alignment of the body’s joints and bones can cause acute and long-term injury. Misaligned joints can cause prolonged muscular tightness and adverse changes to posture, resulting in pain and discomfort.

Sporting activities place significant stress on the body. When combined with underlying biomechanical problems, those stressors have the potential to cause injury.

Foot, ankle and leg conditions and sporting stress often related to biomechanical misalignment and chronic overuse of muscles and tendons include:

All Active Feet/Sporting Injuries should include a thorough Biomechanical Assessment and Video Treadmill Gait Analysis. Specialists in the anatomy and biomechanics of the foot and lower limb, Podiatrists can provide effective diagnosis and treatment plans for acute injuries including ligament sprains, muscle and tendon tears and sub-optimal biomechanics.

Specialist podiatric care for sporting injuries is aimed at rehabilitating ideal foot and lower limb function and minimising the risk of re-injury.