Guest post by Rosanne Ho
Our feet and ankles are the base of our body, and are a crucial aspect to the foundation of everything we do. It’s helpful to have strong, resilient ankles to prevent ankle injuries or foot pain as well as prevent dysfunctions up the chain (hip, knee, foot). But what happens when you do experience ankle pain? Let’s dive into a common region our physical therapists treat!
Meet Your Therapist
Jessica has been in Austin, TX for the past four years. She grew up in Idaho and attended PT school at Idaho State University. She completed an Orthopaedic Residency and became a Board Certified Orthopaedic Clinical Specialist in 2016.