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To answer this question, there’s a lot more to this picture than what meets the eye – or mind. The answer has to be dependent on some background information about orthotics, functional orthotics, and a little bit about foot anatomy. Many people do not have perfect feet but they have feet that are close to perfect. The term ‘perfect feet’ means feet that are anatomically correct and in proper alignment. The bones, ligaments, muscles and tendons are all in the correct spot, of the correct length, breadth, width and thickness. They connect each other at the right angles.