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High Arch Feet (Pes Cavus)

High arch feet are defined as having an overly-pronounced arch in the middle of the foot, which causes increased pressure on certain areas and can lead to pain and discomfort.

High-arched feet have several potential issues, including difficulty finding shoes that fit properly or provide enough cushioning for comfort.

The added pressure caused by high arches may also cause heel pain, tendonitis or other chronic conditions such as plantar fasciitis.

In addition, those with high-arched feet often experience ankle instability due to weak ligaments surrounding the joint area leading to sprains or strains more easily than those without this condition.

If you suspect you might have high-arched feet it is important that you seek medical advice from a podiatrist so they can diagnose any underlying problems and recommend treatments accordingly.

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