Achilles Heel Physiotherapy
The Achilles Heel can be injured in a lot of different ways, the most common of which are: weaker calf muscles as the tendon connects to the calf muscle, not recovering sufficiently between exercises, wearing high heels, as that shortens the tendon, and then stretches it again when undertaking exercise.
The common signs of an injury to the Achilles Heel are pain which increases over the course of a number of days, but starts to let up once the affected area is rested, the pain is felt more acutely when it is touched, and pain which starts out strongly at the start of exercise, but starts to feel better as you continue.
Do I Need Achilles Heel Physiotherapy?
If you have experienced any of the above symptoms, then it is likely that you will need Achilles Heel physio. Because the Achilles Heel is constantly in use, whether we are walking, running or standing still we need to keep a proper eye on it, and when it becomes injured, it is paramount that it is treated as soon as possible, to decrease the chances of further damage.
How Can Achilles Heel Physiotherapy Help Me?
The physiotherapy for an Achilles Heel can make a drastic difference and bring back quality of life. When you have injured your Achilles Heel, it can mean that you have to stop doing activities you love. By undertaking Achilles Heel physio you will be able to restore your life back to the way it was.
Where Can I Go For Achilles Heel Physiotherapy?
In order to experience the best physiotherapy needed for a damaged Achilles tendon, you will need to go to a place that has excellent facilities and expert physiotherapists. Both of which are available at our East Dulwich and Harley Street sites.
If you’re suffering from any of these symptoms then help is at hand. Physiotherapy is a proven treatment for sciatica and our physios are all experienced in diagnosing and treating the condition.
Physio Treatment Costs:
- Initial assessment (45 mins) from £69
- Consultation (30 mins) from £49
NEW CLIENTS: Please note if you have not been to ESPH before, or are presenting a with new condition, we request that you please call to discuss your needs, tel: 020 7907 1900.