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Home Remedies For High Foot Arches
Yes: Although the definition is subjective, high arches (known clinically as "pes cavus") are associated with a variety of problems related to foot supination and relative inflexibility. Ankle sprains are most common, ankle impingement and stress fractures of the metatarsals and calcaneus (heel) are also more common than in "normal arched" individuals. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Look for: Shoes that have good arch support built in to them. Avoid flats, and if needed, add an over-the-counter arch supports to them. ...Read more
Yes: Some type of overuse could also be the cause. ...Read more
HAV: From this minimalist description, possibly a bunion. ...Read more
I work 12 hr shifts, and have very high arches in my feet. What types of boots can help me with my work?
I have high arches. Even at 205 lbs, my arches almost touch the floor. A foot test shows that my arches are still there. Will my arches come back if i lose 80 lbs?
It depends on factor: Anything in moderation is fine however high arched feet may be more prone to problems with increased activity its always a good rule to start slowly on a soft surface, but in the long run a good pair of shoes and an orhtoses may be helpful as well. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Pronates: If there is a boney block at the rearfoot there will be compensatory over pronation at the forefoot. But not as much as with a flatter foot type. So , yes and no . Everyone is different and there is no hard and fast rule here. See your podiatrist for help. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Hello , i am 20years old and i have a very small feet .is it possible to my grow feet? And by the way I have high arches
Check family trait.: In all likelihood, because of your age, the chances of seeing a surge of growth in your feet is unlikely. However to be absolutely sure, a thorough examination, including x-rays, would be necessary. High arches or pes cavus, may be part of the picture in evaluating your concerns. ...Read more