Conditions we treat2019-10-28T10:39:33+00:00
Achilles Tendinitis / Tendinopathy2015-05-11T15:12:46+01:00

Achilles tendinopathy is commonly caused by poor foot biomechanics, which may require a podiatrist to fit orthotic insoles. Tight or weak calf muscles and poor proprioception (balance ability) also contribute to achilles problems. Treatment consists of stretches for the calf muscles, eccentric strengthening exercises, proprioceptive exercises, deep tissue massage, and myofascial release. If you have achilles problems, book an appointment with e-physiotherapy Edinburgh.

Ankle Sprains2014-10-15T07:40:28+01:00

Ankle sprains are one of the most common injuries. This can happen when the ankle turns inwards (inversion) during sport or just when walking on an uneven surface. The muscles that help to prevent inversion of the ankle can also become injured and may make you prone to recurrence of ankle injuries. Treatment with strapping, balance exercises, stretches, deep tissue massage, myofascial release, and joint mobilisation helps to speed up healing and prevent recurrence. If you have an ankle sprain or recurrent ankle sprains, book an appointment with e-physiotherapy Edinburgh.

Anterior Knee Pain2014-10-15T07:40:28+01:00