High arches (Pes Cavus) are known to be painful due to an excessive amount of weight that is placed on the ball and heel of the foot. This can lead to calluses on the ball, heel, and even the side of the foot. (A condition known as Pes Cavus can occur in one or both feet at any age.)
CORRECT-A-STEP approaches high arches with the concept of stabilizing the foot. As the high arched individual tends to have several issues that get their attention. I feel the major issue is instability. You may notice an awkward walk or run, hammertoes and or calluses. The higher the arch the more foot fatigue a person may experience. Really high arched individuals have difficulty finding a good fitting shoe, especially in throated boots or shoes. High arches can be the result of a neurologicalClick here to continue reading
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