What is FMT?

Foot mobilisation techniques (FMT) is a type of physical therapy specifically designed to enhance foot and ankle function through targeting stiff, misaligned and restricted joints.

 

What can FMT help?

• Ankle sprains and instability.

• Musculoskeletal injuries, e.g. plantar fasciitis.
• Bunions.
• Morton’s Neuromas.
• Toe deformities.
• Cuboid syndrome.
• Stiff Joints.
• To improve orthotic therapy outcomes.
• As an alternative to orthotics

 

How does FMT work?

• Through returning the bones and joints within your foot and ankle to their optimal position.
– It does this through freeing up connective tissue restrictions that are holding a joint in a particular position.
• Improves joint integrity.

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