Footloose & Pain Free

Footloose & Pain Free

ONE OF GLADSTONE’S LEADING PHYSIOTHERAPY CLINICS, ACTIVE PHYSIO HEALTH HAS A RANGE OF ORTHOTICS READY TO HELP RELIEVE YOUR WEARY FEET.

The feet are the foundation of the body and without strong support your joints and muscles can suffer.

Missing out on this support can be a real pain in the bum – literally! – with many people unknowingly suffering from Iliotibial Band Syndrome, a pain in the side of the buttock while standing, walking or lying on either side of the body.

If you have ever experienced heel and arch pain, pain in the ball of your foot, shin splints, tired and aching feet, sore calf muscles and foot pain when walking or running then you probably need orthotics.

Active Physio Health can create customised orthotics for your feet to alleviate joint and tissue strain.

The practice offers a gait scan foot analysis, which finds the cause of your pain and then assists to develop an orthotic to correct the problem and eliminate pain.

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Until the 13th of May Active Physio Health are offering a free gait scan when purchasing orthotics and 50{7a2eb471754f58cbf59baa93ee81dc7b74d186cb2e306188f39c85ba863dbab8} off your second pair of orthotics when you mention Gladstone News.

Simply call 4972 5155 to book your appointment before the offer ends.

Other great services Active Physio Health provides are physiotherapy, remedial massage, acupuncture, clinical pilates classes, and occupational rehabilitation and onsite physio.

SIGNS YOU NEED ORTHOTICS NOW

If you suffer from pain in one of the following areas, you
need to use orthotics:
• Heel pain or arch pain
• Pain in the side of the buttock while standing,
walking or lying on either side in bed (Iliotibial Band
syndrome)
• Pain in the bones of the ball of the foot
• Shin splints
• Pain up the shin bone on activity
• Long term troubles with in-grown toenails
• Tired and aching feet
• Sore calf muscles
• Achilles tendon pain
• Ankle pain
• Flat feet and bunions
• Foot pain when walking or running