What is a "Pronated Foot?"
The pronated foot is one in which the heel bone is angled inward and the
arch tends to collapse. A person that has overly pronated feet is
sometimes said to be "knock-kneed." Custom-fit Arch Supports can help to
correct this problem.
What is a "Supinated Foot?"
Although less common, a supinated foot is one in which the heel bone
angles outward and the arch maintains a relatively high appearance.
A person that has supinated feet is sometimes said to be "bow-legged" or
have a "high arch." Custom-fit Arch Supports can help to correct this
What is a "Fallen Arch?"
Most people have a gap between in the inner side of the foot and the
ground when they are standing. This is referred to as an "arch". Feet that
have a low arch or no arch at all are referred to as "flat feet" or
"fallen arches." Flat feet can cause disabling foot pain as well as knee
pain, shin splints, achilles tendonitits and plantar fasciitis. Custom-fit
Arch Supports can help to correct this problem.
How can custom-fit arch supports help with these common
foot problems? Learn More about how
arch supports work.