December 5, 2013 by Ryan Starnes A flat foot, aka a pronated foot, refers to a foot that has a reduced arch or no arch at all.
Orthotics may be indicated in addition to tibialis posterior exercises in cases where the foot is very flat. Other signs of over-pronation you might look for are un-even shoe wear, a waddle when walking or sore feet at the end of a long day. 10 Tips To Beat Back PainLeading Brighton Chiropractor, Matthew Bennett, Reveals 10 Top Tips To Help Treat And Cure Back And Leg Pain, Absolutely Free! The team at Highett Health and Wellness encourage people suffering from foot pain consult with one of our experienced Chiropractors to check for misalignments of the bones in the foot.
Misalignments of the bones of the foot can be treated with a gentle and non invasive Chiropractic adjusting tool called an activator. A combination of Chiropractic care and custom fitted othotics helps our patients achieve natural and effective relief from pain caused by misalignment of the foot along with their secondary symptoms.


Talk to one of our experienced Chiropractors to learn how we can help you find relief from foot pain and the associated symptoms. This can occur when the ligaments that naturally keep the arch up become too stretched and allow the arch to sag. In runners and in other active individuals this can cause issues at the knee by increasing the amount of force that must be stabilized against. Check out Runner’s Lab for exercise and stretching programs for some of the most common running issues.
You will walk over 115,000 miles in your lifetime so obviously foot and ankle pain can be a result but also knee and hip arthritis have been shown to be caused, at least in part, by arch problems. Runners found that long-standing injuries improved and military personnel found that they had fewer injuries in the first place when wearing orthotics. The added stress can precipitate injury including, in extreme cases, non-contact ACL tears as well as other forms of knee pain.


Some running stores have feet specialists that can create custom orthodics or recommend a good pair for you. If the arch in the foot flattens out (over-pronates) the shin bone and knee twist inward in a cork-screw motion putting stress on the hip and pelvic bones. Interestingly it seems that the mechanism causing such issues may be a weakening of the leg muscles in response to nerve endings being irritated in and around the foot itself.
Flat Feet can be effectively treated with orthotics that provide biomechanical support and help feet to function more efficiently. The customer fitted othotics sold within our practice support the arch of the foot and prevent supernation (turning inwards) or pronation (turning outwards) when walking.



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