Foot mobilisation

Foot mobilisation therapy

There are a total of 33 joints in the foot. These numerous joints can become stiff or misaligned due to factors such as aging, degenerative arthritis, or excessive use in daily activities. When joints are not properly aligned, they not only fail to function as intended but can also cause pain with slight movement or sensations of tingling and discomfort even when at rest. 

Foot Mobilisation Therapy (FMT) is a form of manual therapy aimed at correcting the alignment of foot, toe, and ankle joints. Through FMT, the alignment is restored, reducing pain and inflammation, and improving the range of motion and function of the joints. This, in turn, enhances the body's self-recovery capabilities.

FMT is not only focused on alleviating pain symptoms but also on identifying and treating the underlying causes of pain.