High Arches and Flat Feet Treatment
Clinics located across Melbourne, Geelong and the Mornington Peninsula. Click here for locations
There is a common misconception among many people that if you have high arches or flat feet you require treatment. However, quite often this is not the case. Why? Because flat feet and high arches are very common and quite normal for many people, with nothing needing to be fixed, corrected or removed unless there are other concerns or pain associated with them. Flat feet and high arches area very natural and normal genetic variations which don’t necessarily require any treatment.
If you do feel pain or have problems associated with high arches or flat feet and require treatment, don’t panic, the good news is these can be monitored and managed easily and effectively. We all have musculoskeletal strengths and weaknesses, they just need to be managed to suit your particular lifestyle and the team at Foot & Leg Pain Clinics are here to help. We are experts in assisting musculoskeletal concerns and have been doing so successfully for many years.
At Foot + Leg Pain Clinics we don’t make assumptions or jump to conclusions. We properly assess your complaints with the use of scans, musculoskeletal and biomechanical assessment as well as your answers to our specific questions in order to make a correct diagnosis and provide a treatment plan, if required. We also teach you how to manage things easily for the future.
Some simple facts to remember about High arches and flat feet and treatment:
- It is medically proven that Flat feet are NOT pathological.
- Most people have no signs or symptoms associated with flat feet and high arches
- No treatment is necessary for flat feet or high arches if you aren't experiencing any pain or associated problems.
If you are experiencing pain particularly in the heel, arch or knee area, have swelling along the inside of the ankle or any other symptoms associated with high arches or flat feet, and would like to learn about treatment that is available when experiencing such symptoms, call us on 1300 328 300 for proven solutions to assist.