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Is there a way to fix flat feet?

Is there a way to fix flat feet?

Yes: To fix a flat foot requires surgery. Insoles do not fix a foot type but are made to restrict excess motion and to relieve pain. There are several surgical procedures that can fix a flat foot, but they vary depending on severity and other factors. I hope this helps! ...Read more

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Dr. Robert Conenello
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Fallen Arches (Definition)

A fallen arch is commonly known as a flatfoot. The foot loses the arch on the inner side of foot. This is also known as pes planus and there can be either a flexible version and a rigid version. A flexible version is flat only when weight is applied on the foot; a rigid version is flat when the foot is off and when the foot is on ...Read more


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Is flat feet fixable? If so, how?

Is flat feet fixable? If so, how?

If needed....: Flat feet don't necessarily have to be fixed, many with plat feet are pain free. If they are painful there are both surgical and non-surgical ways to treat them. Visit an orthopaedic foot and ankle surgeon in your area: www.Aofas.Org. ...Read more

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What are the effects of having flat feet?

Flat vs pronation : Flat feet are a structural problem which may not always be bad. Pronation is motion in the foot that allows the foot to adapt to uneven surfaces. Over pronation are excessive pronation causes the ligaments of the foot to relax to long allow strain on ligaments and foot deformities, such as bunions hammer toes neuromas joint pain and arthritis. ...Read more

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Pain in ankles caused by flat feet?

Pain in ankles caused by flat feet?

Possible: If your flat feet are severe it makes the ankles unstable and puts pressure on the ankle creating pain. ...Read more

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Can flat feet cause frequent sprains?

Can flat feet cause frequent sprains?

Yes: When your feet are naturally flat, your body will want to compensate by rolling to the outside of your foot/ankle. This can create ankle sprains. Get orthotics from your podiatrist or try some 3/4 shoes to help hold your feet more stable. ...Read more

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What to do for over pronated flat feet?

ORTHOTIC DEVICES: As an adult, surgery is usually more involved than in the pediatric population. Depending upon the cause of the flat feet (there are many), either OTC or Rx inserts may help. X-rays would be helpful. Regards, Dr. Latva ...Read more

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Can you cure flat feet without surgery?

Can you cure flat feet without surgery?

No: there are supportive devices (orthotics) to prevent pain and if conservative measures do not resolve your pain surgery is often your only option. ...Read more

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How to relieve pain in pronated flat feet?

Treatment varies: There are many potential causes for pain in flat feet. It's difficult to make specific recommendations. A couple of simple options include use of a good over the counter arch sopport (i.e. Superfeet) and calf muscle stretching. If pain persists, seek advice from an orthopaedic foot and ankle specialist (aofas.Org). ...Read more

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Does having flat feet mess with your spine?

Sure can: Flat feet not only effects the feet but ankles knees, hips and lower back. Your house has a foundation and if its off so is the house. The feet are the foundation of the body. Custom orthotics should be a big help! ...Read more

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Flat feet that are over pronated, what to do?

Flat feet that are over pronated, what to do?

Many options: Hyperpronation feet can lead to various serious lower extremity problems if unchecked. Consider custom orthotics which are more than just arch supports. The problem, is will have to wear them for the rest of your life. Consider going to hypocure.Com for more information and potential surgical correction which is not very involving. Don't ignore this issue. ...Read more

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What is forefoot varus? Does it cause flat feet?

DEPENDS: This is more complicated than what can be said in 400 words. There is uncompensated and compensated FF varus. If you have the latter, it can cause flat feet. Your podiatrist has to do a biomechanical exam. ...Read more

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How can I prevent my flat feet from getting worse?

How can I prevent my flat feet from getting worse?

Improve function: Wearing good shoes and supports is the best protection you have for your feet. Avoid barefoot. Improving the way the foot works will decrease the wear and tear not only to your feet, but also knees, legs hips and low back. Discuss with your foot specialists. Dr l. ...Read more

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Please help! I have large, flat feet and i hate them?

Please help! I have large, flat feet and i hate them?

Hate feet: There is no way to change them. If you cannot accept them perhaps counseling is in order. ...Read more

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Do you really need to get surgery for having flat feet?

Do you really need to get surgery for having flat feet?

Flatfeet: Not always. If u get pain relief with orthotics than u don't need to. But if the pain your having is severe and u get no relief from any conservative care than surgery is an option. ...Read more

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What are the pros and cons of having flat feet surgery?

What are the pros and cons of having flat feet surgery?

PROS AND CONS: Pros: Reserved for the person with LOTS of pain affecting Activities of Daily Living and not controlled with shoe modifications or orthoses. Cons: FF surgery in an adult is more complex, involving more post-op rehab and healing time than a child. You'll need time off work. Probably crutches or walker. Like any surgery, there is no guarantee of success. Have an open discussion with your surgeon ...Read more

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What works against the pain in my feet do to flat feet?

Orthotics: Flat foot or pes planus can be treated if painful with several conservatve measures. One is custom orthotics with physical therapy. Therapy will help with reducing the inflammation thus pain reduction. Anti inflammatories help if taken properly with inflammation. Finally ice, rest and compression bands can help allievate the pain. Surgery is rare and only if conservative tx fails. ...Read more

Dr. Thomman Kuruvilla
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Flatfoot (Definition)

Included in the normal anatomy of the foot is what is known as the plantar or longitudinal arch. A normal arch protects excessive weight bearing to occur in certain parts of the foot. In flat foot, this arch is reduced in size. Mild cases may not cause symptoms, severe cases can potentially cause ...Read more


Dr. Wenjay Sung
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Flatfeet (Definition)

A condition in which the arch or instep of the foot collapses and comes in contact with the ground. In some individuals, this arch never develops while they are growing. ...Read more