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3 benefits virtual PT can offer for those with inside ankle pain

Inside Ankle Pain

Your ankles support your body’s weight, as well as help you move, stay balanced and stand. They are complicated structures of tendons, muscles, and other soft tissue that allow them to move and bend. We depend on our ankles every day, and frequent ankle pain can prevent us from participating in many things we enjoy. 

Inside ankle pain, often known as medial ankle pain, can occur due to a number of causes. Overuse can often lead to ankle pain, as well as underlying conditions. If you are experiencing frequent inside ankle pain, it could be due to:

  • Sprains.
  • Tendinitis.
  • Fractures.
  • Osteoarthritis.

How can a virtual physical therapist help with my inside ankle pain?

Virtual physical therapists offer the same attention and quality of care in the comfort of your home as they do when they see you in a clinic. They are specially educated on how to assist patients who may not be able to access in-person physical therapy for any number of reasons. Seeing a virtual physical therapist for your inside ankle pain can benefit you in the following ways:

  1. Identifying the source of your pain — Your virtual physical therapist can determine the reason for your inside ankle pain by listening to what you have to say about your pain levels, asking you questions about your condition and monitoring your movements. This helps them formulate a physical therapy plan specially suited to your needs.
  1. Guided therapeutic exercises — From the comfort and convenience of your home, your virtual physical therapist can guide you through exercises and stretches intended to reduce your inside ankle pain, increase your mobility and promote healing in the injured area. They can also instruct you on simple exercises that you can do on your own without risking further injury.
  1. Gait training — Gait training is used to help you regain the ability to walk on your painful ankle while it heals. It also helps you learn good posture and walking technique to prevent injury in the future. Your virtual physical therapist can guide you through gait training in your own home, so that you can get back to doing the things you enjoy sooner.

How can I get started with virtual physical therapy for my inside ankle pain?

Agile Virtual Physical Therapy is dedicated to the wellness of our physical therapy patients. Our educated and licensed physical therapists can help you recover from many conditions, including foot and ankle pain, back pain, and other common complaints. 

Patients receive direct, face-to-face guidance from a licensed physical therapist from the comfort of their home. A free screening can help us create a virtual physical therapy plan that is perfectly suited to your needs.

Contact our team today for more information about virtual PT for ankle pain or to schedule an initial appointment.