Foot and Ankle

Regain your foot and ankle mobility with The Moballise Physiotherapy Clinic


Your ankle region encompasses three anatomical joints.

They are your talocrural, subtalar and inferior tibiofibular joints.

The talocrural, or ankle, joint is the only example of a mortice and tenon joint in your body. It is made of three bones – tibia, fibular and talus. Your distal tibia sits on the talus, transferring most of your body weight through it.

A projection of bone on the medial tibial aspect creates the inside of your ankle joint – your medial malleolus. Your lateral malleolus, the bone on the outside of your ankle joint, is the distal end of your fibula. Four strong ligaments stabilise your ankle joint. Three ligaments lie laterally and one medially.

How We Can Help

We will enable you to regain your ankle and foot mobility. Many of the common conditions found in your ankle and foot can be easily resolved within a few treatment sessions.

The brilliant team at The Moballise Physiotherapy Clinic will guide you through the process of regaining and maintaining your ankle and foot mobility.

We use  a variety of treatment modalities in clinic to resolve your mobility dysfunction. We will also give you everything you need to enable you to continue improving your ankle and foot mobility at home.

Our goal at The Moballise Physiotherapy Clinic is to put YOU in control of your treatment. You will leave physiotherapy treatment with a well detailed and agreed plan of how to manage your ongoing symptoms.