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achy legs and flat feet

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No: However, they should hopefully reduce the symptoms to a significant degree.
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Dr. Jason Armstrong
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X legs: Orthotics - custom inserts for the shoes would help the torquing effect on your hips and knees. A good arch support stops the hips and knees from inte ... Read More
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Dr. Cary Golub
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No, does not affect: Flat feet do not affect height but can lead to other foot problems, including bunions and Hammertoes and knee and hip pain.
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Dr. Brandon Macy
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Functional orthotics: With the appropriate mofdifications can stabilize things and make walking less stressful on your body and possibly ease leg pain.
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Dr. Alan Ettinger
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Ortotics: I would see your podiatrist. Custom orthtics should help.
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Dr. Steven Sheskier
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Ankle restriction: Your feet come off the ground because your ankles are unable to flex (dorsiflex) enough forcing heels to come off ground. This is either due to a tigh ... Read More
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Dr. Jeffrey Kass
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Consider orthotics: See the effect.....if it helps...etc
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Dr. Timothy Benik
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More questions : Bone pain with fatigue is something that always requires a workup, unless it’s temporary aches during a viral illness. It becomes even more concerning ... Read More
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Dr. Bernard Seif
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Start w/seeing your: doc. Then consider seeing a chiropractor who specializes in scoliosis. Some of them are trained to used special braces and adjustments to help. Pea ... Read More
A 53-year-old male asked:
Dr. Ronald Krauser
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See details: Then see an orthopedist or podiatrist and have the issue evaluated.
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