Everyone experiences leg pain occasionally, but if your symptoms keep you up at night or prevent you from exercising, don’t wait to seek treatment. At Bridging the Gap Physical Therapy in Bonita Springs, Florida, physical therapist David Lee, PT, DPT, and the team specialize in using manual therapies to relieve leg pain. With his knowledge of knee, foot, and ankle anatomy, David is uniquely equipped to provide lasting relief. Call Bridging the Gap Physical Therapy today to receive treatment for leg pain, or book your appointment online.
Yes. Consider physical therapy if you have leg pain lasting over a few days that doesn’t improve with rest, ice, and activity modification. Most leg pain isn’t serious, but you can exacerbate the underlying issue if you don’t seek treatment.
At Bridging the Gap Physical Therapy, the practice treats leg pain, including knee, foot, and ankle pain, with a drug-free, noninvasive approach. The team’s commitment to holistic, hands-on measures results in quicker recovery and lasting relief.
At Bridging the Gap Physical Therapy, the team treats leg pain caused by various musculoskeletal problems, including:
The team also treats pain caused by common foot problems such as bunions, hammertoes, flat feet, and high arches.
At Bridging the Gap Physical Therapy, appointments last 60 minutes.
Your provider will review your medical records and ask about your symptoms, including where the pain occurs, what it feels like, and whether it’s worse during certain activities, like exercise or work. They will also conduct a series of complimentary tests called full-body diagnostics.
During full-body diagnostics, your provider manually and gently feels the muscles, bones, joints, and other soft tissues in your legs. That helps them identify the source of your discomfort without using diagnostic imaging, like X-rays or MRIs.
After making a diagnosis, the team develops a personalized treatment plan to relieve pain and help you return to your favorite activities.
To treat leg pain at Bridging the Gap Physical Therapy, they might suggest:
It might take several types of treatment to achieve lasting relief.
The time it takes for physical therapy to relieve leg pain depends on the underlying cause and severity. Most people see improvement within 4-6 weeks, but it might take longer.
To ensure a positive outcome, attend your scheduled appointments, pay close attention to your form, and carefully follow your provider’s instructions for at-home care.
Call Bridging the Gap Physical Therapy today to schedule physical therapy for leg pain, or book your appointment online.