Flat Feet – Causes, Prevention, and Treatment

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    Flat Feet – Causes, Prevention, and Treatment
    By Dr. Stephen Gangemi, a.k.a., Sock Doc

    Flat feet, also known as “fallen arches” are often viewed as problematic simply because they look abnormal – the main arch of the foot, the medial longitudinal arch, has collapsed. Though flat feet are by no means normal, they are often the result of some other underlying condition or weakness rather than a problem with the actual arch itself that has collapsed. Conventional treatment involving foot support either via supportive footwear, orthotics, or some other bracing system is usually more disadvantageous than beneficial and surgery is rarely the answer. To continue reading, please visit: http://www.drgangemi.com/2012/03/flat-feet/

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