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Why You Have Fallen Arches and What to Do About Them

Why You Have Fallen Arches and What to Do About Them

Posted By: Enrico Published: 16/09/2019 Times Read: 721 Comments: 0

Do You Have Flat Feet or Fallen Arches?


Have you ever looked down at your feet while standing and it looks like something isn’t right with your feet? If you have flat feet or fallen arches, your feet look wide at the middle of your feet – as wide as they are up at the ball of your feet. You may feel as if your feet look like duck feet – not from a webbed standpoint but rather simply like your feet ‘collapse’ as you stand on them.

When a foot is flat, the bones of the feet do not support the foot like a nice arched bridge. Instead, the ‘bridge’ collapses and becomes flat. More of the bones then touch the floor as you stand or walk.

What keeps your feet bones in a nice arched bridge shape is the tendons, ligaments, muscles and bones together.

 As a result of flat feet or fallen arches, your feet will hurt at the end of a day or even after a long walk. If you are a teacher or a salesman standing on your feet during your work shift, you will likely feel crabby and irritated when your feet hurt. In fact, it’s common for those who have flat feet to be tired at the end of the day and not have any energy to do anything. This is because the muscles in your feet are exhausted – and it affects your whole body.


Causes of Flat Feet and Fallen Arches


There are many causes of flat feet in adults. Here are a few of them:

1.      Tendons in the feet that are torn or stretched

2.      Broken bones in the feet from past injuries or present injuries

3.      Bones that are dislocated in the feet

4.      Some types of arthritis

5.      Nerve problems in the feet from different diseases

6.      Pregnancy

7.      Obesity or being overweight (causes additional pressure on the arches and muscles and tendons and makes the arches fall)

8.      Diabetes

9.      Aging

10.  A genetic disorder


What’s the Answer for Flat Feet or Fallen Arches?


Your feet aren’t flat because of anything you did; people either have feet with good arches or they don’t. And if you don’t have good arches, propping them up is definitely the solution. The arches may be propped up with orthotic insoles that fit perfectly into your shoes.


At, we specialize in making orthotic insoles that fit flat feet. We make them to fit your feet perfectly. Imagine how your feet will feel supported when they have essentially a crutch to stand on. When your orthotic insoles are made, every bone that forms the arches of the feet is supported. Your arches are aligned perfectly and your walk becomes effortless. It’s a brand new day every day – and a long day without fatigue – once you wear our orthotic insoles for flat feet in your shoes.


When you wear our orthotic insoles for fallen arches, it’s as if you don’t have flat feet anymore. Your feet don’t remember they are flat. And from the support that the orthotic insoles give you, you will notice a big difference in your posture, in your moods during the day, and in your whole outlook on life. It’s well worth the small investment.


Check out our orthotic insoles for flat feet right now. The process to order them is easy and the results are just as good as what you’d get from a health professional.

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