Have you been dealing with plantar fasciitis or other heel pain for too long and you’ve tried stretching, massage, ice but just won’t go away?
Are you dreading taking those first steps in the morning or after you sit for a long time?
Does your achilles hurt but you keep thinking it will eventually just go away?
Have you had an ankle sprain and you're not sure what to do about it?
If so, we are here to help. And we need to talk.
Foot and ankle pain can be frustrating and we understand it’s easy to think it will just go away. If it has been there for more than a few weeks then it is time to do something about it! Instead of continuing to live with your pain and changing the way you live, why don’t you take the first steps to getting rid of and understanding your pain and getting back to your life?
Hear what our clients have to say
From being told that he needed surgery, to feeling stronger and moving better than before! This is Steve's story:
From once consulting with Orthopedic Surgeons to now making District Performance & Physio his first stop! This is Matt's story:
If you're tired of thinking that foot or ankle pain will get better on its own, let's talk.
We offer a free 20-minute phone consultation with one of our physical therapy experts in DC for us to talk about your specific situation and so that you can ask us any questions you like. There is no obligation to book an appointment after the call— that is your decision. Our goal is to help you figure out your best next step in solving this problem.
Our customized foot and ankle pain plans always start with a thorough assessment that finds the root cause of your pain and allows us to develop a customized plan for you, your pain and your goals that allows us to get you back to where you want to be. Included in our Foot and Ankle Assessment Plan:
Thorough history taking
Range of Motion Testing
Full Testing of Hip, Knee, Ankle to determine other joint involvement
First treatment session individualized to your goals and findings of above
By performing our thorough assessments, we are able to pinpoint the exact cause of your foot or ankle pain and develop a plan that focuses on your exact pain and your goals. Instead of avoiding the activities you want to do, our goal is to find a way to get you back to running, the gym, or whatever else it is that you want to do.