“How to End Your Achilles Pain Fast, Without Pills, Injections or Surgery”
Well, guess what?
It won't magically get better if you ignore it.
Rest is not best.
In fact, if the first thing you feel when you put your feet on the floor in the morning is a searing pain in the back of your heel, please book a consult with one of our physios right away because the likelihood is your Achilles is already worn down and has the potential to POP if you don’t seek treatment.
Plus, waking up in pain every day is no way to start the morning, eh?
If that sounds like how you start most mornings. Don't worry. You're not alone. We see patients all the time that have become adept at walking without putting pressure through their heel—trying to “get away” with it. But they’re the lucky ones – who came to see us before things got serious. Unfortunately, we see just as many patients whose Achilles have already “torn” – landing them up in surgery to have the tear repaired. Luckily for them, though, we're experts in physiotherapy after Achilles' tear surgery. It's one of the most common types of post-surgery rehab we provide at our physiotherapy clinic in Markham, Ontario.
If you’re already booked in for Achilles’ Tear Surgery – call us now to arrange your pre-and post-surgery physiotherapy consultation.
(If you’ve managed to avoid surgery so far, don't leave it to your chance. Because worst-case scenario, you could end up needing ankle surgery or develop a long-term disability and lose your independence altogether).
When it comes to Achilles’ Pain, the first things patients ask us is:
“Why Is My Achilles Still Hurting When I’ve Been Resting For At Least 6 Months?”
We just expect our bodies to fix things, don’t we?
Like magic, we want to wake up one morning and feel like we did before the pain started… But months later, you're still in pain – feeling even stiffer and more uncomfortable than when it started, right?
Does That Sound Like You?
So many patients who come to see us with Achilles’ pain say,
"I saw my doctor when the pain started. They told me it was my age/growing pains/overuse. They said I should stop what I was doing and take prescription anti-inflammatories and go back in three weeks if I was still in pain”.
They sit at home, “resting” on doctor’s orders – not moving and not exercising.
But nothing changes, of course – and they're back in the doctor's office three weeks later with a few more pounds added to the "Molson Muscle."
Think about it this way…
If you had a bike and the chain that connects the pedals to the gears falls off. But everything else seems ok – the bell works, there’s air in the tyres, spokes are straight, and the handlebars are secure.
What happens when you try to spin the pedals?
The tyres won’t turn, eh?
Now, imagine I tell you to take your bike and REST it for three weeks.
You spray the gears with WD40 (painkillers) every day.
Then you try the pedals again in three weeks.
Correct – absolutely NOTHING.
You didn't fix the problem.
The chain in your body needs attention.
No amount of rest, painkillers, or other pain-masking methods is going to fix it.
We help you fix it for good, naturally – without pills, injections, or surgery.
If you haven’t studied anatomy and physiology and how the musculoskeletal system works. Achilles’ pain is confusing because there are many potential causes, from strains, sprains and structural problems to injuries, medical conditions, and full-blown Achilles tendon tears. But whatever the reason, believing that you must endure it as part of life or a natural part of getting older, categorically isn’t true. Not on our watch, anyway.
If You Are Living With Pain, Here’s The Top 7 Reasons Why Achilles Pain Is Lasting Longer Than It Should:
Some of these are tongue in cheek. We speak from many years of experience treating patients who are desperate to fix their Achilles’ pain and avoid Achilles' surgery. But we also know that foot and ankle pain is no laughing matter. It’s miserable. That’s why we’re so passionate about it – and we’re seriously good at what we do.
You don’t have to put up with Achilles’ pain – we would love to help you get rid of it for good. All you need to do to get started is book a free appointment with one of our physiotherapists. You can choose to do this via the telephone or a Discovery Visit at our clinic in Markham, Ontario. But, again, there is no obligation to commit to treatment – it's just an opportunity for you to find out how we can help and decide whether we're the right fit for you.
How does that sound?
Are you ready to get out of pain?
Click the link below to book your complimentary appointment to get some straight-talking advice on what's wrong with your Achilles and how we can help you fix it fast.
What Can I do to Get Rid of My Achilles Pain Quickly?...
Well, here are our top tips:
If you would like to know how the physiotherapy team at Physio For Surgery, Markham can help fix your Achilles’ pain – we recommend you start with a free, risk-free appointment to try us out:
Note: This Free Appointment is perfect for people who are apprehensive about physiotherapy, haven’t tried it before and are unsure about how we help with Achilles’ pain. Does that sound like you? Don’t worry. Let’s put your mind at ease – just complete the form to book your free taster session.
So the next question is:
“How Can Choosing to See a Therapist at Physio For Surgery Help You Get Rid of Your Achilles Pain?”
Here are just a few of the things our physiotherapists can do for you:
If you want to know what it costs - and what availability we have at our clinic in MARKHAM, please click the button below and complete the short form:
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“Find Out How People Just Like You, Came to Physio For Surgery - and Left Happier and Much Healthier!”
Please enjoy these stories of other people with Achilles pain just like you who came to see the physiotherapy team at Physio For Surgery - and left much healthier and happier: