Get Relief From Foot Pain With Expert Podiatry Care at Foot & Ankle Associates of Southern NH

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6 Tsienneto Road, Suite 303, Derry, NH 03038

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Does Any of This Sound Familiar?

  • Do you experience heel pain when you first get out of bed

    in the morning or after prolonged periods of sitting?

  • Have you visited multiple offices in search of relief from your foot pain, but still haven't found a solution?

  • Have you spent a significant amount of money on treatments or orthotics without experiencing any relief from your foot pain?

  • Are you avoiding walking or exercising due to the fear that it might worsen your foot pain?

  • Has a healthcare professional recommended considering an injection as the next step in addressing your foot pain?

  • Are you growing increasingly concerned that your foot pain may never subside, preventing you from enjoying the activities you love?

If you answered YES to any of the above, you may have found the answer to your foot pain at Foot & Ankle Associates of Southern NH

Extensive Medical and Surgical Treatments Available for a Range of Foot and Ankle Conditions

Derry, New Hampshire

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What Causes Foot Pain?... And Why is Your Foot Pain Not Getting Better?

If you’ve got foot pain, stiffness or an ache – it’s very tempting to think that it’s nothing, that it will go away on its own. Or, you might pass it off as having just over done it, or that it’s just a “ache” or a bit stiff.

One of the most common causes of foot pain is actually related to the structure of the foot itself. For instance, if you have flat feet or high arches, you might be more susceptible to developing conditions that are at the root of your foot pain woes..

Another factor that can contribute to foot pain is wearing shoes that don't offer enough support, particularly when walking on hard, flat surfaces. This is especially noticeable for people who spend extended periods on their feet at work.

Furthermore, carrying excess weight may also increase the likelihood of developing long-term foot pain. It's important to take care of your feet and seek treatment if you notice any pain or discomfort. Our team at Foot & Ankle Associates of Southern NH can provide you with personalized treatment options and help you get back to the activities you love.

What Are The Symptoms of Foot Pain?

Foot pain can manifest itself in various ways and can be caused by numerous factors.

Understanding the symptoms associated with foot pain is essential for proper diagnosis and effective treatment. From sharp and throbbing sensations to swelling and difficulty walking, foot pain can significantly impact our daily lives.

Throughout this page, we will explore the common symptoms of foot pain, helping you recognize and address any issues you may be experiencing.

Whether you're dealing with heel pain, arch discomfort, or toe-related problems, gaining insight into the symptoms will empower you to seek appropriate care and find relief.

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The Foot & Ankle Associates of Southern NH Clinic Foot Pain Program

Step 1 - Comprehensive Foot Examination

Our experienced and knowledgeable practitioners will examine the following to identify exactly what is causing your foot pain:

  • Your foot and ankle range of movement

  • Your joint alignment

  • The biomechanics of the way your walk

  • Your muscle strength and tone

Step 2 -  Latest Technology for Foot Pain Treatment

Our orthotics are designed with the latest cutting edge technology, to get you back to normal and doing the things you love.

At Foot & Ankle Associates of Southern NH, our team of foot pain experts understands that each person's needs are unique. That's why we often create individualized rehab programs to ensure you get the most out of your orthotics when needed for foot pain.

And if you want to take a break from wearing your orthotics and slip into those nice shoes you've been eyeing, we can help make that possible too!

Step 3 -  Recovery

Our goal is to provide treatments that are gentle and progressive, allowing you to recover from foot pain and resume your favourite activities as quickly as possible, without experiencing any pain.

We want to help you overcome the limitations that your foot pain has imposed on you, so that you can return to the things you love doing.

Also we don't just want to eliminate your foot pain, we want to provide you with the knowledge and resources necessary to prevent it from returning in the future.

Is The Foot Pain Relief Program Right for You?

  • Our team of podiatrists at Foot & Ankle Associates of Southern NH are experts in foor pain treatment, helping 1000's of patients get back to walking and running with relief from foot pain.

  • Here’s just a few of the things our Podiatry Team can do for you:

  • We can help quickly relieve your pain and stiffness, often within just a couple of sessions.

  • On day one, we can inform you of what you have, why you have it, and how to get rid of it, so you can feel confident and informed about your treatment.

  • We can help you discover what's truly causing your foot pain and address the root issue in as little as 20 minutes.

  • Our treatments can help give you more energy to enjoy each day to the fullest.

  • We can help you say goodbye to taking harmful painkillers long-term and find a more effective solution.

  • Our treatments can help you avoid surgery and painful injections.

  • We can help you skip the doctor's waiting room and avoid repeated visits to get more prescriptions.

  • We want to help you reclaim the quality time with family and friends that foot pain may have taken away.

  • Our goal is to help you stay active and enjoy a fulfilling life, free from the curse of foot pain.

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From Consultation to Treatment

What to Expect at Your First Podiatry Visit

We're excited to see you at your appointment! We want to make sure you feel comfortable and well-informed, so don't hesitate to ask us any questions about our treatments, our office, or even our payment options. Our goal is to help you get back to living your life free of pain, so let's work together to make that happen!

  • Discuss your foot health goals

  • Provide x-rays if required

  • Complete foot examination

  • Discover your options

  • Start a custom treatment plan

4 Reasons To Choose Foot & Ankle Associates of Southern NH

  • Specialized Expertise: Our office offers specialized care from highly-trained podiatrist in various fields like sports rehab and chronic pain management.

  • Comprehensive Approach: We provide holistic treatment plans combining manual therapy, exercises, and cutting-edge technology for a well-rounded approach.

  • Cutting-Edge Facilities: Equipped with state-of-the-art facilities and advanced equipment to support patients' recovery.

  • Proven Track Record: Our office's reputation is built on successful patient outcomes and positive feedback, fostering a supportive environment for rehabilitation.

Frequently Asked Questions About Foot Pain

What are the common causes of foot pain?

Foot pain can be caused by various factors, including injury, overuse, poor footwear, medical conditions like plantar fasciitis or arthritis, and structural issues such as flat feet or high arches.

How can I prevent foot pain?

To prevent foot pain, it's important to wear comfortable and supportive footwear, maintain a healthy weight, practise proper foot hygiene, stretch and strengthen your feet and lower leg muscles, and avoid excessive high-impact activities.

When should I seek medical help for foot pain?

You should seek medical help for foot pain if the pain is severe, persistent, or interfering with your daily activities, if you notice swelling, redness, or signs of infection, or if you have a history of foot problems or chronic conditions like diabetes.

What treatments are available for foot pain?

The treatment for foot pain depends on the underlying cause. It may include rest, ice, compression, elevation (RICE), over-the-counter pain relievers, physical therapy, orthotic devices, footwear modifications, corticosteroid injections, and in some cases, surgery.

How can I manage foot pain at home?

You can manage foot pain at home by resting and elevating your feet, applying ice packs, wearing supportive and comfortable shoes, using arch supports or orthotics, practising stretching and strengthening exercises, and avoiding activities that worsen the pain.

Can foot pain be a sign of a more serious condition?

Yes, foot pain can be a symptom of a more serious underlying condition, such as stress fractures, nerve entrapment, peripheral neuropathy, or systemic diseases like gout or rheumatoid arthritis. It's important to consult a healthcare professional for a proper diagnosis and appropriate treatment.

Are there any lifestyle changes I can make to reduce foot pain?

Yes, certain lifestyle changes can help reduce foot pain. These include maintaining a healthy weight, wearing proper footwear, avoiding prolonged periods of standing or high-impact activities, practicing good foot hygiene, and regularly performing foot exercises and stretches.

Can foot pain be prevented in the future?

While not all foot pain can be prevented, adopting healthy foot care habits can significantly reduce the risk. This includes wearing appropriate shoes, maintaining a healthy weight, staying physically active, avoiding excessive stress on the feet, and promptly addressing any foot concerns or injuries.

Please note that these FAQs provide general information and should not replace personalized advice from a qualified healthcare professional. It is important to consult with a trusted podiatrist to assess your individual case and determine the most suitable treatment plan for your foot pain concerns.

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Tuesday: 8:00am – 5:00pm

Wednesday: 8:00am – 2:00pm

Thursday: 8:00am – 5:00pm

Friday: 8:00am – 2:00pm

Saturday: Closed

Sunday: Closed

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