Flat feet also called pes planus, fallen arches or pronation of feet, is the condition in humans in which arch of the foot collapses and comes in contact with the ground or, as the case in some individuals, the arch never develops.


Flat feet, also called pes planus or fallen arches, is the condition in hum ...
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Flatfeet Symptoms

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Signs and symptoms
... With flatfeet, you may experience the following signs and symptoms: A flat look to one or both of your feet Uneven shoe wear and collapse of your shoe toward the inside of your flat foot Lower leg pai...
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... Your feet are highly specialized structures. Each foot is made up of 26 bones held together by 33 joints and more than 100 muscles, tendons and ligaments. The intricate alignment of these structures r...
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Flatfeet Treatment

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... Flatfeet may contribute to or worsen other foot problems, including: Inflammation and pain in the ligaments in the soles of your feet (plantar fasciitis) Achilles and posterior tibial tendinitis Shin ...
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... In many people flatfeet don''t cause problems. It may be that your lower extremity alignment accommodates for your flatfeet, and you may not have any pain or symptoms. If flatfeet are causing you prob...
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Flatfeet Other

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... You probably don''t give much thought to the steps you take. However, walking is actually quite a complex act, especially for your feet. Because your feet support all of your weight and help you balan...
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