HOW YOUR FOOT TYPE IMPACTS YOUR PAIN
Chronic Foot & Leg Tendonitis
Bottom of Foot Callus
Hammer Toes & Bunions
One of the most common foot types, this means the arch collapses too much and unevenly distributes weight.
A flat foot will have a slightly collapsed arch due to inward rolling of the ankle.
A neutral foot will experience small variations of the other foot type ailments.
No foot can ever be perfectly neutral, but there are a few people who might be close. These feet pronate and supinate the right amount while performing tasks, which reduces the risk of experiencing a mechanically induced problem to the foot, ankle, knee, hip or lower back.
Outside Knee Pain
A natural aspect of walking, supination occurs when the foot rolls outward and has a higher arch.
Chronic Ankle Sprains
Iliotibial Band Syndrome
Those with a supinated plus foot type are at higher risk of injury due to decreased shock absorption capabilities.