Does foot orthotics correct knock knees?

No. But when wearing them it could lessen the effect.
No. Just control of the foot will not control the leg position.

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Hiii doctor, I have a small gap between the knees when my feet touches together. Is this knock knees??

No. Because you can put your feet together leaving a small space between your knees, you are slightly bow-legged (genu varum), like the traditional cowboy. That is the opposite of knock-kneed (genu valgum) when your knees touch preventing you from standing with your feet together, leaving a space between your feet. Knock-kneed is worse because your knees may hit painfully when you walk or run. Read more...

I have flat feet and knock knees but it's never been picked up until recently, what are the treatments?

Usually foot support. If you have fatigue or pain, and you are already wearing appropriate shoes, foot supports (orthoses) can be helpful in reducing abnormal flattening of the arches (pronation) which can cause increased strain on the insides of the knees. See a podiatrist for further evaluation. Read more...

Have flat feet and think I have knock knees don't want to go the doctors as feel I'm wasting their time, is there anything I can do??

You won't waste. Your time or theirs at all. Orthotics are helpful in this condition as a conservative option. Read more...
Usually foot support. If you have fatigue or pain, and you are already wearing appropriate shoes, foot supports (orthoses) can be helpful in reducing abnormal flattening of the arches (pronation) which can cause increased strain on the insides of the knees. See a podiatrist for further evaluation. Read more...

Have flat feet and not sure if have knock knees, when I stand up straight knees bend in, when I put them together ankles don't touch. How can I tell?

Assessment. Be assessed by your primary care doctor. Sometimes your lower legs need to be examined in various positions. Let him/her decide. All the best. Read more...
Visit. Fixmyflatfeet.com it explains all about flatfeet. I would try orthotics as my first line of treatment if you have pain. . Read more...
It sounds like it. It certainly sounds like it from what you described. The flat feet may be steming from weakness issues from your hip and thigh muscles. An orthotic can help with better positioning of your body if there is pain involved, and a good psyiotherapist can help with the weakness. Read more...

I have pain in both my big toes which is worse at the end of the day. I have flat feet and knock knees and was wondering if this could be the cause.?

Could be related. Flat feet are often the result of over pronation. This can lead to excessive stress on muscles, tendons and joints. Pain, as well as other problems, such as hammertoes, bunions and bone spurs, can develop. Read more...

Can knock knees and flat feet cause you to fall over more often? Sprained my ankle and trip up quite a bit.

Yes. Having knock knees or flat feet can cause you to be more likely to fall and/or sprain an ankle. If you have both, your risk is much getter. An ASO (ankle stabilizing orthosis), a brace that can be worn comfortably between a sock and shoe, not only is very helpful in healing a strained ankle, but can also be worn continuously to prevent future ankle injuries. It should be laced very tightly. Read more...

I have flat feet, caused knock knees, bones developed so twist in at 90 degree angle inwards. Been to podiatry, had physio, what else can be done? Xx

Sometimes. (just a thought) these orthopedic abnormalities have a SURGICAL treatment. Ask for a referral to a Board Certified orthopedist preferably one with expertise in LOWER EXTREMITY DISORDERS! Hope this is helpful! Dr Z. Read more...
This would mean- -your toes point towards each other. I think that you need to rephrase the question. @ your age it would have been picked up earlier & treated. Read more...