Physical therapy for foot injuries in Peachtree City, Georgia

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Meet with the best foot injuries physical therapists in Peachtree City, Georgia

Peachtree City, Georgia, Luna’s physical therapists are experts in treating patients who have experienced foot or toe injuries of any kind. With proven techniques and personalized exercise routines, our PTs can help you restore mobility, reduce discomfort, and get back on your feet — and back to the activities you love.

Best of all, with Luna, patients can get physical therapy for foot injuries at home, at the office, or at the location of their choosing. It’s physical therapy, delivered.

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What is foot injury?

Most people will experience one or more foot, ankle, or toe injuries in their lifetime. Foot injuries can generally be classified into one of two groups: acute injuries and overuse injuries.

Acute injuries are sudden and can be attributed to a single event. These include bruises, puncture wounds, torn tendons or ligaments, and broken bones. Overuse injuries, on the other hand, occur as a result of repetitive motions. Overuse injuries include bursitis, tendonitis, stress fractures, and plantar fasciitis.

Source: U of Michigan Health

Foot injury symptoms

The symptoms of a foot injury will vary depending on the type, cause, and severity of the injury. For example, a puncture wound may cause bleeding and infection, whereas bursitis may cause aches, pain, and swelling.

As a general rule, acute injuries cause sudden and severe pain, while overuse injuries result in a gradual build-up of pain. Any foot injury that doesn’t resolve itself with rest will likely require the attention of a healthcare professional.

The most common symptoms of foot injuries include:

  • Pain
  • Swelling
  • Bruising
  • Difficulty bearing weight
  • Deformity

Source: Mayo Clinic

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What causes foot injuries?

There are a wide range of potential causes of foot and toe injuries, but certain behaviors or risk factors can make them more likely. Patients are most likely to injure their feet while participating in sports or recreational activities, physical labor, or home improvement projects. Children are at high risk as well, as they are more likely than adults to engage in activities likely to cause foot injuries. As adults lose bone strength with age, their risk will also increase.

Certain sports, including gymnastics, soccer, football, and basketball place patients at a higher risk of suffering a foot injury. Failing to wear the proper shoes during any athletic activity can compound these risks.

The most common causes of foot injuries include:

  • Sudden impact
  • Sudden change in direction
  • Overuse
  • Improper footwear
Source: U of Michigan Health

Physical therapy for foot injuries in Peachtree City, Georgia

While many foot injuries will resolve on their own with rest and relaxation, physical therapy is one of the most widely-used treatments for more serious foot injuries. A PT-led exercise, stretching, and massage routine can help patients to restore motion and reduce pain.

A physical therapist can prescribe exercises and stretches that are safe for the patient to perform, gradually increasing the difficulty level to ensure that the injury is not further aggravated. Common foot exercises include ankle pumps, wall stretches, toe raises, calf stretches, and picking up small objects with the toes.

Source: Very Well Health
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Frequently asked questions

Where are Luna therapists seeing patients?

For physical therapy sessions in the Peachtree City area, our therapists are available to come to your home. We extend our services to all neighborhoods, making it a priority to bring physical therapy to you and enhance the overall convenience of your PT journey.

Is physical therapy covered by insurance?

At Luna, we work in harmony with various insurance plans, making the benefits verification process seamless. Rest assured, your co-pay with Luna will consistently mirror the specified amount in your insurance plan for visiting a PT clinic. We gladly welcome all major insurances and Medicare.

Is there a waiting list for new patients?

Absolutely not—we strive to make it effortless for patients to begin their physical therapy journey! At Luna, we're always ready to welcome new patients, and for most, the first at-home physical therapy appointment can be scheduled within just 48 hours of signing up. Our dedicated therapists are available from 6:30 am to 8:30 pm, seven days a week. Check Availability.

Who are Luna’s physical therapists?

Within Luna, our therapists are highly experienced practitioners, with a minimum of 3 years of professional practice, often with many more years of experience. Each therapist goes through a rigorous interview and background check process. We only engage with therapists who are wholeheartedly dedicated to delivering top-tier care to their patients.

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