Leg

Runner stretching leg

Leg and Lower Extremities:

Achilles Tendon Injuries

  • Tendonitis- Insertional or Non-Insertional
  • Rupture – partial or complete

ACL Tears & Reconstructions

  • Meniscectomy
  • Knee Pain & Injuries

Hip & Knee Joint replacement

  • Pre- & Post-Operative treatment available
  • Exercises before procedure to restore mobility and strength needed for a speedy recovery. After the replacement surgery, physical therapy can help reduce pain, swelling, and inflammation.

Hip Injuries

Foot Pain & Injuries

  • Plantar Fasciitis
  • Lapiplasty & Bunion Procedures
  • Osteoarthritis

Sprain

  • Tearing of the ligaments (group of connective tissues)

Strain

  • Stretching or tearing of the leg muscles. Intolerable pain and swelling are the common signs of a pulled or strain muscle.

Fracture

  • A fracture is a thin crack in the leg bone. In some rare cases, the tibia is completely broken.

Dislocation

  • Typically, the patella (knee cap), dislocation is when a bone in your lower leg is being pulled out of its joints.

Physical therapy for leg pain, injuries, or surgeries typically consists of the following goals:

  • Regain strength & improve range of motion
  • Reduce pain, swelling, & inflammation
  • Improve balance & decrease unsteadiness
  • Improve overall movement, body mechanics, & flexibility