Ottawa Foot Pain Treatment: Simplify Your Stride

Experience foot pain relief at Ottawa Physical Rehab Clinic. We offer advanced treatments for diverse foot conditions, prioritizing individual needs. Our skilled team, using up-to-date research and expertise, provides long-lasting relief by addressing both pain and its causes. Improve your mobility and life quality with our personalized physiotherapy strategies.

Tarsal Coalition Treatment

Tarsal coalition is a congenital condition where two or more bones in the foot are fused, leading to pain and limited movement. Ottawa Physical Rehab Clinic offers non-surgical treatment options including physiotherapy to improve foot function and mobility, and pain management techniques to alleviate discomfort.

Hammer Toe Treatment

Hammer toe occurs when an abnormal bend develops in one or more of the middle joints of the toes, causing pain and difficulty walking. Our treatment approach includes toe-stretching exercises and advice on appropriate footwear to relieve symptoms and prevent progression.

Sesamoiditis Treatment

Sesamoiditis is inflammation of the sesamoid bones, causing pain in the ball of the foot. Treatment at Ottawa Physical Rehab Clinic focuses on relieving pressure on the sesamoids combined with physiotherapy exercises to strengthen the surrounding muscles and tendons.

Turf Toe Treatment

Turf toe is a sprain of the main joint of the big toe, often occurring in athletes. Our clinic’s treatments include rest, ice, compression, and elevation (RICE), alongside strengthening and stretching exercises to restore flexibility and prevent future injuries.

Hallux Rigidus Treatment (Stiff Big Toe)

Hallux rigidus, or stiff big toe, involves joint pain and reduced movement. Ottawa Physical Rehab Clinic’s personalized treatment plans may involve physiotherapy exercises to maintain joint mobility and manual therapy to ease pain and improve function.

Heel Spurs Treatment

Heel spurs are bony growths on the heel bone that can cause foot pain. Treatment options include physiotherapy focusing on stretching and strengthening exercises to alleviate pain and improve foot mechanics.

Morton’s Neuroma Treatment

Morton’s Neuroma involves a thickening of the tissue around the nerves leading to the toes, causing pain. Ottawa Physical Rehab Clinic offers treatments such as physiotherapy exercises to reduce symptoms.

Hallux Valgus Treatment (Bunions)

Hallux Valgus, commonly known as bunions, is a deformity of the big toe joint. Our clinic provides conservative treatment options such as physiotherapy to strengthen foot muscles, and advice on proper footwear to alleviate discomfort.

Metatarsalgia Treatment

Metatarsalgia causes pain in the ball of the foot due to overuse or high impact activities. Treatment at Ottawa Physical Rehab Clinic includes specific exercises to strengthen the foot and lower leg muscles, and recommendations for appropriate footwear to reduce stress on the ball of the foot.

Plantar Fasciitis Treatment

Plantar fasciitis is characterized by sharp heel pain, often worst in the morning. Our effective treatment regimen includes stretching exercises for the plantar fascia and physiotherapy techniques to alleviate pain and improve function.

Don’t Let Foot Pain Disrupt Your Life

At Ottawa Physical Rehab Clinic in Ottawa, our expert team is equipped to diagnose and treat your foot conditions with the most advanced, personalized care available. Reach out to us today to schedule your consultation and take the first step towards walking comfortably and confidently again.

Explore Our Full Range of Services

Beyond foot pain treatment, Ottawa Physical Rehab Clinic offers a comprehensive array of services to cater to a wide spectrum of conditions. We’re dedicated to supporting your journey to health and well-being.

Foot Pain Treatment Ottawa FAQs

What Can I Expect during My First Visit for Foot Pain Treatment?

During your initial visit to Ottawa Physical Rehab Clinic, you’ll undergo a comprehensive assessment where our physiotherapists evaluate your foot pain, discussing its onset, duration, and any activities that exacerbate it. We’ll conduct a physical examination to assess mobility, strength, and the specific areas of pain. Based on this evaluation, we’ll develop a personalized treatment plan tailored to your condition and recovery goals, ensuring you understand each step of your journey towards relief and improved foot health.

How Long Does It Typically Take to See Improvements?

The duration of recovery from foot pain varies significantly based on the specific condition, its severity, and individual factors such as age, overall health, and adherence to the treatment plan. Most individuals begin to notice improvements within a few weeks of starting their personalized treatment program. However, complete recovery might take several months for more complex or severe conditions. Our team at Ottawa Physical Rehab Clinic is committed to providing you with the support and guidance needed throughout your recovery process.

Will I Need to Stop My Usual Activities or Sports?

The goal of treatment at Ottawa Physical Rehab Clinic is to return you to your normal activities and sports as safely and quickly as possible. Initially, we may recommend modifying your activities or taking a short break to allow for healing, especially if certain movements exacerbate your foot pain. Throughout your treatment, we’ll work with you to gradually reintroduce activities, offering guidance on proper techniques and preventive measures to avoid future injuries and ensure you can enjoy your activities pain-free.

How Can I Prevent Future Foot Pain?

Preventing future foot pain involves a combination of proper footwear, maintaining a healthy weight, regular stretching and strengthening exercises tailored to your specific needs, and avoiding overuse. During your treatment at Ottawa Physical Rehab Clinic, we’ll educate you on proper foot care, ergonomic adjustments, and personalized exercises to support your foot health. Regular follow-up assessments may also be recommended to monitor your condition and adjust your treatment plan as needed to prevent recurrence.

Ottawa Physical Rehab Clinic
2730 Iris St Unit 1, Ottawa, ON K2C 1E6, Canada
(613) 627-8808


Monday: Friday: 8:30 AM – 6 PM
Saturday: 09 AM – 12 PM
Sunday: Closed