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Flat Feet and Fallen Arches

Fallen arches are commonly referred to as flat feet because the feet appear to have a low inside arch, especially when standing.  These feet may point away from the midline of the body. Functionally, the arch of the foot is similar in construction to an arched bridge.  The center section (arch bone and soft tissue support system) must be strong enough to hold the weight placed upon it.  If one or both of the ends that are anchored on shore are weak, the middle section is compromised.  If the heel and ankle roll down and inward, the arch will appear flat. If the front of the foot rolls down and in, the arch will also flatten.

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Myth About Custom-Made Orthotics

There are plenty of myths and misconceptions surrounding orthotics, shoes, and foot care. Sometimes, with all of the myths milling around out there, orthotics can get a bad reputation. While some of these myths simply have eroded due to improvements and research over time, others were never based in fact from the start. At Assured Health Group, our practitioners frequently debunk these myths for the benefit of our patients…

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