Foot Mobilisation Therapy
Mobilising the ankle joint using gentle hands-on therapy
Foot Mobilisation Therapy (FMT)
Foot Mobilisation Therapy (FMT) is a highly effective and specialised treatment method, which only few Podiatrist’s have completed additional training in globally. The practice of FMT involves assessing and treating joints and muscles, which helps to determine areas of restriction in your foot and ankle.
Your Podiatrist will identify specific movement patterns within your feet, and then gently mobilise or manipulate the area to restore a normal range of motion. FMT works specifically on joints which are stiff, poorly aligned or not functioning as they should. It is through various hands on therapies of mobilisation and manipulation, coupled with a home exercise program that optimum joint functioning and pain free motion can be achieved. In certain cases orthotic therapy will also be advised.
The science behind Foot Mobilisation
What does it feel like?
What treatment tools are used?
- Hand held activators – used to stimulate specific nerve endings in the feet, to regenerate and restore function
- Massage tools – used to relax muscles and soft tissues that are tight and under tension
- Hand held dynamometers – to measure muscle strength pre and post treatment intervention
Foot Mobilisation is a fantastic treatment option for:
If you’ve tried orthotics will little to no relief, mobilisation is your next step!
Mobilisation therapy for bunions and stiffness in the big toe joint (1st MPJ)
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Fixing sore feet & legs without surgery, cortisones or prolonged rest!