Foot Mobilisation

Patients who have foot mobilisation often report immediate improvement in mobility and a reduction in pain. Both of which help them in carrying out pain free activity.

Foot Mobilisation Techniques (FMT) is a manual therapy performed by our Specialist Musculoskeletal Podiatrist that is used to improve foot and ankle function by targeting stiff, misaligned or dysfunctional joints and soft tissue injury and restriction. This type of therapy involves finding and treating the cause of your pain rather than just the symptoms.

Foot mobilisation involves the gentle movement of the joints to stretch the articular surfaces and surrounding joint soft tissue in order to promote repair and improve function.

What conditions benefit from FMT?

If you feel you would benefit from Foot Mobilisation Techniques then you will firstly need to book an Initial Musculoskeletal Consultation with our Specialist Musculoskeletal Podiatrist.

Often combined with some or all of the following therapies to optimise the outcome of treatment:

Exercise Prescription

Custom Foot Orthoses

Extracorporeal Shockwave Therapy

Treatments & Solutions

Our team of HCPC registered Podiatrists provide advanced treatments for a wide range of foot & ankle conditions.

About Active Step

We have a culture of continuous learning, enabling us to stay at the forefront of modern healthcare techniques and deliver world class Podiatry care.

Get In Touch

For more information regarding conditions and their treatments available at Active Step, or to book a treatment, please get in contact.

Welcome to Active Step Foot & Ankle clinic

Due to the Covid-19 epidemic, we are only able to provide podiatry care face to face to patients who meet the following criteria at this time;

If you believe that you have a medical condition that places you at risk of developing foot health related complications then please contact our patient care team to discuss your needs on 01489 881204. Please also call us if you are unsure! 

If we are not able to see you face to face then please book in online for a video consultation with one of our Podiatrists who will be able to provide assessment, diagnosis and treatment advice and recommendations for your issue.

Emily & Team