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How can I relieve arche pain in my foot?

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Dr. Chris Hawley
Family Medicine
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In brief: Arch supports

A semi-rigid arch support is good place to start.
You don't want a super flexible, soft gel kind. It should have plastic on the undersurface and cushion on top. It may be 3/4 length or a full insole. Spenco and superfeet are some of the more common brands and can be found in sporting good stores and some pharmacies. No prescription needed. If this doesn't work, a custom orthotic should.

In brief: Arch supports

A semi-rigid arch support is good place to start.
You don't want a super flexible, soft gel kind. It should have plastic on the undersurface and cushion on top. It may be 3/4 length or a full insole. Spenco and superfeet are some of the more common brands and can be found in sporting good stores and some pharmacies. No prescription needed. If this doesn't work, a custom orthotic should.
Dr. Chris Hawley
Dr. Chris Hawley
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Dr. Andrew Oswari
Family Medicine
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In brief: Orthotics

Orthotics or arch supports can help your feet and it's arches.
Many places now have something you can stand on, and based on a rough shape of your foot and arch it will direct you to an appropriate arch support.

In brief: Orthotics

Orthotics or arch supports can help your feet and it's arches.
Many places now have something you can stand on, and based on a rough shape of your foot and arch it will direct you to an appropriate arch support.
Dr. Andrew Oswari
Dr. Andrew Oswari
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