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Pes Planus (flat feet)

The flat feet or flat foot, as it is called by the medical community is very common and it is estimated that at least a quarter of the population have flat feet. Everyone is born with flat feet and somewhere
between 03.10 and ages arc unfold. However, in some people this development never occurs. In addition to genetic causes, there are a number of factors that can cause flat feet or predispose to disease.

Sometimes, people develop arches back only to have them collapse of his life. This often depends on your lifestyle, work and activity level. Age and weight also play a role in the development of the condition.
Middle-aged people who have been working on their feet per year often experience flat feet, like overweight people who are putting added pressure on your feet and legs.

Having flat feet does not necessarily mean you have pain, because it is possible that people who have the disease and not feel any discomfort. For people who have pain, it usually occurs in the feet and knees,
and possibly in the hips and lower back. If you suspect you have flat feet and experience pain should see a chiropractor, especially to determine a management plan that can relieve pain or prevent symptoms
from developing. A number of options, including prescription arch support insoles called orthotics and sets adjustments can improve foot function and relieve symptoms.