Feet are the base of a person. If the base is not stable enough, the upper part of the body would also be affected. Flat feet is a postural deformity in which the arches of the foot collapse, with the entire sole of the foot coming into complete or near-complete contact with the ground. Many people have flat feet, and notice no problem, and require no treatment.
Soreness over heel, then progress to sharp pain, especially at the first touch to the ground after waking up from the bed. Pain would decrease after a short stroll. However, pain would aggravate again after prolonged walking.
Almost all people are born with flat feet!
Most people's arches develop throughout childhood, but some people never develop arches. Arches can also fall over time. Years of wear and tear can weaken the tendon that runs along the inside of your ankle and helps support your arch. Obesity, diabetes, and injuries are also some of the factors that can increase the risk of flatfoot.
Choose the right shoes
Here are some factors that parents should consider to help the children's feet develop properly. Find properly fitting shoes, avoid poor-fitting shoes and encourage enough barefoot time at home.
Insoles: suitable insoles can help correct the biomechanics of the feet.
Spine and Physiotherapy adjustment: focus on the sole, release the muscle tension and promote blood circulation.
Exercise therapy: feet muscles strengthening exercise together with a proper posture, damage to the feet can be minimized.
Physiotherapy: ultrasound, interferential therapy, etc. are used to promote the blood circulation and relieve inflammatory responses.
Treating flat feet
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