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If you pay attention to your feet and use proper support, yes, the condition can be prevented. Wear cushioned, supportive shoes that stabilize your arch. Both high heels and arch-less flats put unnecessary strain on the middle of your foot. You may need orthotics to provide that extra padding and stabilization to prevent it from flattening out. If you’re already experiencing some arch pain, it’s not too late for you to prevent full adult acquired flatfoot. Have your feet examined right away by the experts at Foot & Ankle Associates to work out an effective treatment plan. You will need to stabilize your midfoot, so you may have to change your shoes and orthotics or wear braces until the affected structures have a chance to heal.
Don’t wait to have arch pain examined. It’s much easier to stop and fix a flattening foot when caught early than it is to correct a severely collapsed one. Rather than risk permanent injury, contact Foot & Ankle Associates in Texas for an appointment or more information. Call (888) 784-5335 or visit the website contact page to reach us.