Foot Pain Physiotherapy in Singapore

Relieve Foot Pain Naturally with Physiotherapy!

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    The Best Foot Pain Physiotherapy In Singapore

    At Mind and Movement, our experienced physiotherapists are dedicated to providing the best foot pain physiotherapy in Singapore. We use a combination of techniques, including manual therapy, exercise, and education, to effectively treat foot pain with physiotherapy and help you recover from injury or conditions such as plantar fasciitis, heel spurs, and ankle sprains.

    Our physiotherapists will conduct a thorough assessment of your condition to understand the root cause of your pain and develop a personalised treatment plan that is tailored to your specific needs. We are committed to delivering the highest standard of care to our patients and ensuring they receive the best possible outcomes.

    Foot Pain Physiotherapy – Benefits

    Relieves Pain and Inflammation

    • Reduces pain and swelling
    • Improves circulation and promotes healing

    Improves Mobility and Flexibility

    • Restores normal range of motion
    • Increases strength and stability

    Prevents Future Injuries and Recurrence of Pain

    • Improves posture and alignment
    • Increases awareness of body mechanics and proper movements.

    How It Works?

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    WhatsApp +65 8718 5274 or fill out the contact us form  and schedule an appointment with one of the physiotherapists in Singapore.


    The assigned physio will assess your pain, and overall health and suggest the best treatment available.

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    What To Expect From Mind & Movement Physiotherapy?

    During foot pain physiotherapy, you can expect to receive a personalised treatment plan that is tailored to your specific needs. Your physiotherapist will assess your condition, understand the root cause of your pain, and develop a plan to effectively treat it. 

    This may include manual therapy, exercise, stretching, and education on proper body mechanics and self-care. Your physiotherapist will also regularly monitor your progress and adjust your treatment plan as needed to ensure the best possible outcomes.

    • Personalised treatment plan
    • Thorough assessment of condition
    • Techniques such as manual therapy, exercise, and stretching
    • Education on proper body mechanics and self-care
    • Regular monitoring of progress
    • Adjustments to treatment plan as needed.

    Let’s get you your pain free life back.

    What Is Foot Pain?

    Foot pain is a discomfort or soreness that is felt in any part of the foot, including the toes, heel, arch, and ankle. It can range from mild to severe and can impact daily activities and mobility.

    The Stages Of Foot Pain

    Foot pain can progress through several stages, although not all people with foot pain will experience all stages. The most common stages of foot pain include:

    Acute pain: This is the initial stage of pain and can be severe, sharp, and sudden. It often occurs after an injury or due to overuse.

    Subacute pain: During this stage, the pain may lessen, but still present. It is often described as a dull, aching pain.

    Chronic pain: In this stage, the pain persists for an extended period of time and may become constant. Chronic pain can have a significant impact on a person’s quality of life.

    What Causes Foot Pain?

    Foot pain can be caused by a variety of factors, including:

    Injury: Sprains, strains, fractures, and dislocations can all lead to foot pain.

    Overuse: Repetitive activities such as running or jumping can put stress on the feet, leading to pain and discomfort.

    Ill-fitting shoes: Wearing shoes that don’t fit well or provide proper support can lead to foot pain and other foot problems.

    Medical conditions: Foot pain can be a symptom of underlying conditions such as plantar fasciitis, osteoarthritis, gout, and peripheral neuropathy.

    Poor posture: Standing or walking with poor posture can place unnecessary strain on the feet and lead to pain.

    Aging: As we age, our feet may lose their natural cushioning and support, leading to pain and discomfort.

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    Get a Personalised Treatment Plan

    Physiotherapy for foot pain is a common and effective line of treatment for those who are suffering from foot pain. At Mind and Movement, our physiotherapist will conduct a thorough

    assessment to determine the root cause of your pain and develop a personalised treatment plan to alleviate your discomfort.

    With us, you can expect to experience relief from pain, improved mobility, and a better quality of life. By taking a proactive approach to your foot pain, you can prevent the need for costly surgical treatments or medication in the future.

    Frequently Asked Questions

    Q: How does physiotherapy differ from other forms of treatment?

    A: Physiotherapy is a non-invasive and natural approach to relieving pain and improving mobility in the feet. It is a safe and effective alternative to surgery or medication and does not have any negative side effects.

    Q: Can physiotherapy be done without a referral from a doctor?

    A: In many cases, physiotherapy can be accessed without a referral from a doctor. However, it is always best to consult with a healthcare provider before beginning any new form of treatment, including physiotherapy.

    Q: How long does it take to see results from physiotherapy?

    A: The timeline for seeing results from physiotherapy varies from person to person and depends on several factors, including the severity of the pain and the root cause of the pain. On average, patients may begin to see improvement within a few weeks of starting treatment.

    Q: How many sessions of physiotherapy are typically needed?

    A: The number of sessions required will depend on the severity of the pain and the root cause. Some patients may only require a few sessions, while others may need ongoing treatment to manage their pain and maintain their mobility.

    Q: What can I expect during a session of physiotherapy?

    A: During a session of physiotherapy, the physiotherapist will work with the patient to relieve pain and improve mobility. This may involve exercises, manual therapy, and other techniques that are tailored to the individual’s needs and goals.

    Q: Is physiotherapy covered by insurance?

    A: Coverage for physiotherapy will depend on the individual’s insurance plan. It is best to check with the insurance provider for more information on coverage.

    Q: How can I book an appointment for foot pain physiotherapy at Mind and Movement?

    A: To book an appointment for foot pain physiotherapy at Mind and Movement, call or WhatsApp +65 8718 5274 or fill out the contact us form,