Edmonton, AB – Freedom Physical Therapy is a leading wellness therapy clinic that focuses on improving patient health through balanced treatments that address the body, mind, and spirit. The clinic offers a whole-person approach to pain treatment, ensuring that patients get the desired guidance and therapeutic treatments required to boost their quality of life. As part of its commitment to promoting wellness and pain-free life, the treatment team is offering physiotherapy services Edmonton South to treat Achilles Tendonitis.
Speaking on the health concern, the lead treatment provider at the center said: “Achilles tendonitis is an uncomfortable condition that affects the Achilles tendon, which attaches the upper thigh muscle to the heel. It’s triggered by excessive use or recurring pressure of the tendon and is extremely unbearable with persistent pain, hampering some daily activities and negatively impacting your lifestyle over a period of time. Fortunately, physical therapy can be an effective treatment for this problem.”
Describing the benefits of physiotherapy treatment for Achilles tendonitis, Soroush Peyvandi noted that the stress-related problem can be addressed using a holistic physiotherapy approach. The physiotherapist added that physiotherapy treatments can reduce soreness and address inflammation in the muscle tissue. He added that physiotherapy treatments can also help increase blood circulation to the affected areas, thus loosening up the affected muscles and tendons. The treatment provider also said that physiotherapy helps to boost flexibility and the patient’s range of motion while also reinforcing the muscles around the affected area to prevent re-injury in the future.
Encouraging community members to seek physiotherapy help for their Achilles tendonitis diagnosis, the physiotherapist on its website page, Achilles Tendonitis: Relieve It With Physiotherapy, stated that they offer a range of physical rehabilitation treatments to address the problem. He noted that the first treatment step is to minimize the discomfort and inflammation experienced by the patient using ice therapy, ultrasound, and electrical stimulation. He added that once the inflammation has been decreased, stretching and strengthening exercises are recommended to boost overall flexibility and strength in the affected area.
Freedom Physical Therapy’s holistic approach also includes a variety of techniques like stretching exercises, massage therapy, ultrasound therapy, ice and heat therapy, electric stimulation (TENS), and bracing or taping. The physiotherapy clinic is open and always happy to help community members improve their quality of life and wellness experience.
Edmonton residents experiencing pain due to Achilles tendonitis or other problems can visit the physiotherapy clinic. The clinic also offers other treatments like massage therapy, chiropractic treatment, acupuncture, craniosacral therapy, as well as sports physiotherapy services.
Get in touch with Freedom Physical Therapy via phone at (587) 758-1716 or visit their website. The physiotherapy clinic is located at 2623 Ellwood Dr. SW, Edmonton, Alberta T6X 0P7 CA.
Freedom Physical Therapy
2623 Ellwood Dr SW
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