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HOW YOUR FOOT TYPE IMPACTS YOUR PAIN

Pronated
Pronated
Flat Foot
Flat Foot
Neutral
Neutral
High Arch
High Arch
Very High Arch
Very High Arch
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Pronated
Pronated
Common Ailments

Knee Arthritis
Back Pain
Heel 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.

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Flat Foot
Flat Foot
Common Ailments

Shin Splints
Kneecap Pain
Arch Pain
Back Pain
Leg Fatigue
Plantar Fasciitis

A flat foot will have a slightly collapsed arch due to inward rolling of the ankle.

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Neutral
Neutral
Common Ailments

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.

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High Arch
High Arch
Common Ailments

Plantar Fasciitis
Peroneal Tendinitis
Outside Knee Pain
Neuromas
Ankle Sprain
Back Pain

A natural aspect of walking, supination occurs when the foot rolls outward and has a higher arch.

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Very High Arch
Very High Arch
Common Ailments

Sciatica
Chronic Ankle Sprains
Heel Pain
Iliotibial Band Syndrome
Heel Pain
Sesamoiditis

Those with a supinated plus foot type are at higher risk of injury due to decreased shock absorption capabilities.

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BALANCE IS ESSENTIAL FOR ALIGNMENT

Running. Climbing. Standing. Without balance, an act as seemingly simple as walking can lead to unwanted aches and pains. This is the body’s way of telling us that something can be better.

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