Flat Feet cure

Flat Feet Treatment

Flat Feet cure with arch support inserts and exercises

Flat feet or Flat Foot is a postural deformity in which the arches of the foot collapse, with the entire sole of the foot coming into complete or near-complete contact with the ground making “Flat arch”.

  • Symptoms

    1. Feet tire easily
    2. Pain and Swelling
    3. Foot movement, such as standing on your toes, is difficult
    4. Back and leg pain

  • Causes

    1. Congenital: An abnormality that is present from birth
    2. Stretched or torn tendons
    3. Damage or inflammation of the posterior tibial tendon (PTT)
    4. Broken or dislocated bones
    5. Obesity , Pregnancy
    6. Rheumatoid Arthritis/ Aging
    7. Diabetes

  • How to check

    1. Get your feet wet.
    2. Step away and look at the prints.
    3. If you see complete imprints of the bottom of your feet on the surface, then you’re likely to have flat feet.

Flat Foot print and overpronation
Overpronation , flat arch and pronated feet

How do Flat Foot affect your posture ?

Flat Foot is one of the major reason of Back problems, Knee Osteoarthritis, and many Foot and Ankle problems. As per research people with Flat Feet are 50% more likely to have Osteoarthritis.

Having flat feet or over pronation can seriously affect your overall body posture, leading to pain and injury that affects a lot more than just the feet. In much the same way, the feet are the foundation of the human body. They support the rest of the body and if just one thing is ‘off’ – and in the case of those with flat feet that lack of an adequate arch is the issue – the rest of the body is thrown off too.

Flat Foot Treatment - Overpronation , arch support , fallen arches and flat foot correction with Shoe Insoles

Flat Foot Treatment 

Shapecrunch’s 3D Printed Custom Orthotics with are made by measuring your over pronation and angle, thus flat foot correction is done by providing the arch support and heel medial wedge correcting the pronation angle of your feet. Orthotics are most widely suggested by doctors for Flat Foot treatment.

Flat Foot Correction
Corrections done by Shapecrunch 3D Printed Custom Insoles for Flat Feet

Medial Wedging

For – Flat Feet or Over Pronation, Ankle Instability

Medial Wedging is intended to force angular accommodation, to shift weight or change angulation of angular limbs. It has been found to reduce Knee pain among osteoarthritis patients with Valgus deformity. Thus also helping in ankle pain relief.

Flat Foot Treatment - Medial Arch support and wedging in inner soles
Flat Foot Treatment - Medial Arch support and wedging in inner soles

Medial Wedging

For – Flat Feet or Over Pronation, Ankle Instability

Medial Wedging is intended to force angular accommodation, to shift weight or change angulation of angular limbs. It has been found to reduce Knee pain among osteoarthritis patients with Valgus deformity. Thus also helping in ankle pain relief.

Insoles with Arch Support

Arch Support

For – Flat Feet or Over Pronation, Plantar Fasciitis

3D Printed and Custom is the best Arch support you can have in your insole. Shapecrunch’s Arch support inner soles provide Foot Pain relief, Ankle Pain relief, Arch pain relief. Arch support inserts correct foot by redistributing pressure.

Heel Cup

For – Heel Pain Treatment, Plantar Fasciitis, Acute Plantar Fasciitis Treatment, Flat Feet

Heel Cup provides heel pain relief and is used in other foot pain remedies as well. Deep Heel Cup provides foot and ankle stability. Thus neutralising forces because of corrections and also giving grip to the heel.

Custom Orthotics online
Custom Orthotics online

Heel Cup

For – Heel Pain Treatment, Plantar Fasciitis, Acute Plantar Fasciitis Treatment, Flat Feet

Heel Cup provides heel pain relief and is used in other foot pain remedies as well. Deep Heel Cup provides foot and ankle stability. Thus neutralising forces because of corrections and also giving grip to the heel.

Diabetic Foot treatment

Features

    • 100% Custom made and 3D Printing – made to treat your foot pain
    • High Quality upper cushioning of PORON and Spenco
    • Anti-Microbial
    • Shock Absorbing
    • Fully Flexible
    • 6 Months Warranty
3D Printed Orthotics, 3D Printing of Insoles, Shapecrunch 3D Printed Insoles

Material

Flexible material with PORON® on top

Shapecrunch uses flexible 3D printed material for making your customised insoles. Thermoplastic polyurethane (TPU) is any of a class of polyurethane plastics with many properties, including elasticity, transparency, and resistance to oil, grease and abrasion.The upper layer is made from PORON®, a breathable, shock-absorbing material which cushions the foot and has anti-microbial properties to keep feet feeling fresh and healthy.The second layer is a revolutionary 3D printed compound plastic (PLA) and rubber material which provides optimum arch support and helps correct your foot’s biomechanics, giving you relief from joint and heel pain caused by flat feet or plantar fasciitis.

Reviews

Shapecrunch Insoles for Flat Feet


Flat Feet

The natural treatment normally recommended to cure flat feet includes ;nn1. Firstly, obese people with flat feet must reduce their body weightnn2. Flat feet people with high blood pressure and sugar should lower their blood pressure and blood sugar levels and bring it to the ideal levelnn3. Wear Shapecrunch’s custom insoles for flat feet nn4. Do toe spread exercise by keeping the toes in a spread position and hold on for at least 10 secs. Do this for a minimal time of 10 reps (times) in a daynn5. Barefoot walking on sand or grass or rough surface will make your feet strong.

The genetic condition is also definitely one amongst the many factors that are responsible for causing flat feet. It is researched and accepted by the medical community that genetic factor can undeniably be one of the reasons for flat feet.

Of course, ankle swelling is indeed one of the symptoms to find out whether a person has a flat foot or not. People with flat feet experience swelling along the inside of their ankle and this also might cause ankle pain. The other thing is that people with flat feet could even feel pain on the outer ankle wherein this would not allow movements like standing on tiptoe.

Possibly. It depends on why your feet are flat. However, most flat feet are just shaped that way or are mobile over-pronated feet in people with relatively lax joints. Both of these tend to run in families.

Adult flat feet can sometimes be prevented through good foot care. Taking care of your feet and avoiding injury are important. You may be at higher risk for developing flat feet if you have diabetes or are pregnant. You are also more likely to develop flat feet if you are overweight.

Surgery is an alternative when conservative measures have not provided a satisfactory relief from pain and discomfort. Additionally, patients who are at risk for chronic breakdown or ulcerations on the bottom of their feet due to the complete loss of the arch structure are good candidates for surgical intervention to prevent further complications. For the most part, however, conservative and non-surgical treatment plans will be effective in the majority of cases.

There is no cause for concern if your feet are flat and you have no pain. However, if your feet ache after walking long distances or standing for many hours, flat feet may be the cause. You may also feel pain in your lower legs and ankles. Your feet may feel stiff or numb, have calluses and possibly lean toward each other

Depends a lot on degree and nature of Flat Feet.  Studies have shown people with flat feet are 50% more likely to have osteoarthritis. Also postural problems have been found linked to flat feet.nnThe chain reaction starts with a fallen arch causing inward twist to the ankle, shin and knee, in a corkscrew motion putting stress on the hip and pelvic joints. Then the spine will tilt and the back muscles will strive towards correcting an upright posturennFlat feet and posture problems, disadvantage of flat feet

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