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You may not be able to prevent overpronation entirely since it’s a problem with flat feet. You can, however, reduce symptoms and the likelihood that you’ll develop complications from the condition. Certain exercises that strengthen your supporting muscles and shoe changes can help your feet stabilize and work more efficiently. Toe exercises like towel curls and marble grabs work the small muscles in the feet. Calf raises and foot rotations work the larger supporters and your ankles. Changing your shoes to models with greater arch support helps bolster your midfoot and relieves some of the pressure on other areas of the lower limbs. You might benefit from orthotics that control abnormal motion as well.
If you’re concerned about developing overpronation, don’t wait and simply hope the condition doesn’t occur. Contact the experts at Foot & Ankle Associates in Texas to build a plan to protect your lower limbs now. Visit the online contact page or call our offices at (888) 784-5335 to make an appointment or request more information.