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Foot Mobilisation Therapy

What is Foot Mobilisation Therapy?

Foot mobilisation therapy (FMT) is a manual technique that mobilises the joints of the feet and helps restore normal joint function and range of motion.

During FMT, the joints of the feet are gently taken through their normal range of motions to aid the body in creating physiological changes to alignment.

Could Foot Mobilisation Therapy Help You?

Research has shown that Foot Mobilisation Therapy is effective in the treatment of conditions such as:

Foot Mobilisation Therapy

Foot Mobilisation Therapy may also be of benefit if you are suffering from:

  • Sore calf muscles;
  • Achilles problems;
  • Heel pain;
  • Sore arches;
  • Aching balls of the feet;
  • Foot cramping;
  • Bunions;
  • Clawed toes and hammer toes.

It is particularly popular with people suffering from sports injuries, as it may help them get back to their game, sooner.

Patients that have undergone FMT may also notice indirect improvements and relief of lower back pain, hip, thigh and knee pain. This is due to the restoration of foot joint function and the alignment of the bones in your feet.

In some cases, Foot Mobilisation Therapy provides patients with an alternative option to orthotics or more invasive measures such as surgery.

Foot Mobilisation Therapy in the Redlands

Foot Mobilisation Therapy was introduced to Australia about ten years ago, and is only offered by a small number of podiatry clinics.

In fact, Trevor Lane was the first podiatrist here in the Redlands to be trained as an FMT Therapist, and able to provide this service to patients.

So if you feel like you have exhausted all options when it comes to fixing your feet, call us on (07) 3207 4736 or book online with Trevor today, to see if Foot Mobilisation Therapy could be helpful for you.

FMT therapist gently handles the foot in foot mobilisation therapy


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