Fallen Arches

What is it?

The arch of the foot is formed by tarsal and metatarsal bones that allow the foot to support the weight of the body. Fallen arches is a condition in which the arches of the foot collapse, coming into complete or near-complete contact with the ground.

Why do I have it?

When the tendons holding the arch of the foot are stretched or injured the arch may collapse. Additionally, flat feet can occur with an increase in weight, age, post-pregnancy or as a result of a developmental fault during childhood.

When does it hurt?

Pain intensifies when standing on hard surfaces for prolonged amounts of time.

The Bracing Experts Advice:

A pair of off-the-shelf or custom made orthotics (aka insoles) can help relieve tension by increasing the foot arch.

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