Custom Insoles for Flat Feet

A condition where the foot has an arch that is lower than usual. People who have flat feet usually see the entire sole of their foot touch the floor when they stand up. This condition can be caused by the arches not entirely developing during childhood, develop after an injury, or from simple wear-and-tear. Flat feet can contribute to problems in the ankles, and knees causing misalignment of the legs.

Not sure if you have flat feet? It's easy to test for. Simply follow these three steps:

  1. Get your feet wet
  2. Stand on a flat surface where your footprint will be clearly visible
  3. Step away and look at the prints. If you see complete imprints of the bottom of your foot, then you likely have flat feet

Flat feet is more common in children, however as they grow, so do their arches. Flat feet in adults can arise from a variety of causes, including:

  • An abnormality that is present from birth
  • Stretched or torn tendons
  • Damaged or inflamed posterior tibial tendon. This tendon connects from your lower leg to the middle of your arch
  • Broken or dislocated bones
  • Nerve problems or rheumatoid arthritis

Do not let your flat feet get the best of you. Custom insoles can help take the pressure off of your fallen arch helping to relieve foot fatigue and pressure on your foot. Get your custom insoles here:

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