Ankle & Foot

The physical therapists at AIM Physical Therapy are professionals trained to deal with ankle and foot pain.

Foot and ankle pain can affect your ability to stand, walk and run. The foot and ankle are important in all of these weight bearing activities.  Walking and running should be a comfortable experience without joint pain or limited motion. However, when discomfort occurs in your ankle or foot a physical therapy consult may be necessary. At AIM Physical Therapy our physical therapists are trained to deal with ankle and foot pain.

Whether it is pain due to prolonged standing, sustained walking, or a sports injury, we will provide a thorough evaluation followed by prompt treatment of your ankle and foot pain.  We will discuss your need to improve ankle and foot function and develop long range goals with you.

Call us at 701.258.7730 to make your appointment today!



A variety of modalities (treatment tools) may be used to assist with pain relief and tissue healing:

  • Ultrasound
  • Phonophoresis
  • Low level laser
  • Iontophoresis
  • Electrical stimulation 

Manual Therapy

Our therapists utilize a wide variety of manual therapy techniques including

  • Soft tissue mobilization
  • Gentle joint mobilization
  • Range of motion
  • Manual stretching
  • Trigger point release
  • Myofascial release

These techniques are utilized to decrease pain, increase joint motion, reduce muscle spasm, increase flexibility, reduce scar tissue, and increase mobility.


Our therapists assist in the restoration of motion of the foot and ankle to normalize all weight bearing functions.


Our staff is experienced in the development of custom foot orthotics to ensure proper foot function upon weight-bearing.


As a component of the physical therapy session, the therapist may choose to add strengthening exercises. AIM Physical Therapy utilizes state-of-the-art strengthening equipment in a quiet, calm atmosphere. In addition, the therapist may recommend home exercises so that the patient can continue to work as an integral team member to gain independence and return to function.