Treatment of Ankle Pain and Ankle injuries , Ankle Sprains  in Glasgow and Stirling.

Information about foot and ankle pain and injuries, including cause, diagnosis, treatment and prevention tips.

Talus Fracture

A talus fracture is a complicated fracture that generally requires surgical repair. Talus fractures often have a lengthy healing process and getting the right care quickly can be the difference in a complete recovery and a chronic injury.

Ankle Sprain

An ankle sprain is one of the most common sports injuries for athletes who participate in sports that require running or jumping.

Plantar Fasciitis Heel Pain

Plantar fasciitis, foot pain, heel pain, plantar fascia, heel spurs, bone spur and pain on the bottom of the foot.

Toe Pain form Turf Toe

Turf toe is a condition of pain at the base of the big toe. Usually the result of athletic activities on a hard surface, turf toe is especially common in athletes who compete on artificial turf. Treatment of turf toe is usually helpful, but the condition can return.

What Is a Broken Toe?

A broken toe is usually recognized immediately by severe pain and a cracking or popping sound that is heard as a small bone in the toe fractures. Most broken toes are the result of dropping something heavy on the toe but a missed step, a stubbed toe or aggravated stress fractures from repeated impact on a hard surface may also result in a fractured toe.

All sports injuries are  treated at The Sports Therapy Scotland Sports Injury Clinics in Stirling and Glasgowincluding ankle and foot injuries.Treatments can include sports injury massage and self treatments.

Treatment of Foot Pain and Ankle Sprains in Glasgow and Stirling


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Back Pain

The Sports Therapy Scotland
team is trained to carry out
your doctor's orders to stretch,
strengthen, and exercise
back in a safe and effective way.

Injury Assessment

This specialist service offers
patients expert assessment
and treatment
of specific
sports injuries. 

Whether acute or chronic, the
treatment and advice on offer
will not only target your current
injury, but will also focus on

Injury Rehabilitation

Early recovery and active
rehabilitation is provided by
our experienced sports injury

Sciatica Treatment

As with acute sciatica, if you
have chronic sciatica you should
try to remain as physically active
as possible as this will reduce
the severity of your symptoms.