Treatment for flat feet

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Each foot is an engineering masterpiece. The foot is made up of 26 bones, 33 joints and more than 100 muscles, tendons and ligaments. We tend to take this for granted until something goes wrong or we develop pain.

Biomechanical problems affecting the feet can increase stresses within the foot structures and the surrounding soft tissues, creating localised pain in the foot, ankle and also problems in the lower limbs, knees, hips and back. Correction of poor foot biomechanics with Orthotics can improve and prevent many types of symptoms such as:

The aim of a Foot Orthosis is to correct dysfunctional biomechanics and therefore:

This allows joints to be aligned correctly and promotes efficient transmission of biomechanical forces. If we do not feel that your problem is caused primarily by your foot position or poor biomechanics, We will not prescribe you any Orthotics

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