Do you get sharp pain in the back of your heel or shooting pain in the bottom of your foot? Maybe it’s a constant ache in the front of your shin?

Your lower back is a complex symphony of components: tendons, muscles, sensitive nerves, delicate nerve roots, joints, and spinal discs.

Foot and ankle problems are often affecting people much more than they care to admit. Let's face it: your foot is a small part of your body that isn't that important. Right? Wrong. Ankle pain is real and painful, although you may have no obvious signs such as swelling or bruising (which is probably why you’ve put off seeking treatment). If you have pain, all is not well.

After all, it's difficult to enjoy life if you dread placing your foot on the ground when you get out of bed in the morning or go for a walk, and your foot and ankle don't move properly. The location of your discomfort can often illuminate the underlying cause. Do the first steps of your morning come with a sharp pain in the heel?

It might indicate plantar fasciitis, caused by strain on the connective tissue extending from the heel to the toes. Runners might be familiar with Achilles tendinitis, another condition manifesting as heel pain. Beyond these, numerous conditions, including those stemming from overuse or improper footwear, may affect the feet, heels, and ankles. The onset of Arthritis can also so easily affect the ankle joint and leave it feeling stiff and stuck for months or even years. Ankle problems can also affect other parts of the body and cause pain, such as in the lower back.

We understand the debilitation that accompanies foot and ankle pain, how it stops you from participating in sports, and the vicious cycle it creates—return to activity too soon, and the pain resurges, sending you back to square one. This constant cycle affects more than just physical well-being; it disrupts sleep, amplifies stress, and can even alter your disposition, leading to irritability and withdrawal from your social circles.

We've been helping people aged 40+ to find relief from foot and ankle pain for the last 20 years. I can tell you without hesitation that more rest and more painkillers are the road to nowhere – a vicious cycle that leads you in the opposite direction to finding and fixing the root cause.

When people come to see us the most popular question they ask is:

“What’s Going On?”...


“Why Am I Still Suffering From Foot & Ankle Pain After 6+ Months?”

It’s tempting to hope foot and ankle pain will go away on its own. But gritting your teeth and popping painkillers can be harmful to your stomach. Long rest periods (the standard recommendation from GPs) are no good either because things seize up and worsen without movement. It's a rock and a hard place.

Imagine for a moment what your life will be like in five years. If you don't fix your foot and ankle pain now… Will you have to stop working? Lose your independence? End friendships and relationships or get divorced?

Will your grandchildren stop visiting?

With our guidance, there is better way.

We don't believe in a passive approach. Why wait when you can take proactive steps towards recovery now? Don't let chronic foot and ankle pain and dependency on pain medication define your life any longer.

Regain control, movement, and comfort and say goodbye to back pain for good.

Just click the link below to book a free call with one of our physiotherapists to get specialist advice on your foot and ankle pain problems. Don't worry. This is a free call to find out how we can help you. You are not obligated to book any further treatment. That decision is completely up to you.

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Foot And Ankle Pain Guide

Download our FREE Guide: "7 Natural Ways To Stop Ankle And Foot Pain"

– by lead Physiotherapist Wendy McCloud

Please Sign Up For This FREE Guide If You Have Been Suffering From Foot And Ankle Pain For Weeks, Months Or Years Because Your GP has told you Nothing More Can Be Done.

If you want to learn more about the WDC Physiotherapy & Sports Injury Clinic, please come and visit us in person.

“Find Out How People Just Like You, Came to WDC Physio & Sports Injury Clinic - and Left Happier and Much Healthier!”

Please enjoy watching stories of other people with foot and ankle pain just like you who came to see the physiotherapy team  and left much healthier and happier:



“With thorough examination and a systematic approach, I'm now 90% better in just a couple of months. The progression and explanations have been eye-opening. I'm grateful for the friendly atmosphere and disciplined guidance.”



“It's been a very positive experience for me. Initially hesitant, I soon realised the value in consistent sessions. The friendly atmosphere and hands-on approach have been reassuring. I'm now able to play basketball pain-free, a testament to the effectiveness of physiotherapy.”



“I felt very welcome and relaxed during my physiotherapy sessions. The exercises, although initially mundane, became more enjoyable when we counted in different languages. Overall, the tailored treatment has vastly improved my physical and mental well-being. I highly recommend it to others.”

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