high arch foot

<!– wp:preformatted –>
<pre class=”wp-block-preformatted”>What is a high arch foot?
High arched feet are defined as the longitudinal arches on the inner and outer sides of the foot are significantly increased and cannot be flattened when carrying weight or walking.
The elasticity of the foot decreases during walking or weight-bearing, and the pressure on the front and back of the foot is greater.
The proportion of high arch feet in the general population is about 15%, and it can reach 25% among athletes.
<img src=”https://aideastep.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/07/haf-300×169.png” alt=”” width=”300″ height=”169″>

</pre>
<!– /wp:preformatted –>

<!– wp:preformatted –>
<pre id=”tw-target-text” class=”wp-block-preformatted”>Potential hazards of high arch feet:

1. The probability of injury to the forefoot or hindfoot is significantly higher. Such as ankle sprain, heel pain, plantar fasciitis, etc., due to high-arch heel varus, and more hind and forefoot landings during standing or walking

2. Knee joint pain is caused by insufficient pronation of the foot. Simply put, the foot cannot be relatively flattened during walking, and the elasticity is reduced, resulting in an increase in the impact force of the knee joint meniscus, which can cause knee joint pain over time;

3. Low back pain, because people with high arch feet are more prone to hip extension, pelvic tilting, and low back pain over time;

4. Reimbursement will continue… Yao Ming is a high arched foot, so in the course of his basketball career, the foot is more susceptible to injury, and the injury is not easy to recover.</pre>
<!– /wp:preformatted –>

<!– wp:preformatted –>
<pre id=”tw-target-text” class=”wp-block-preformatted”>What should people with high arches pay attention to?

1. Choose a pair of shoes that suit you. For people with high arches, the inner support of the foot is not enough to absorb more impact from the ground, and the elasticity decreases, so when choosing shoes, try to choose shoes with stability and strong shock absorption ability, and try not to choose shoes Flat shoes or lazy shoes;
2. Adjust the walking gait. Try to increase the pronation state of the feet in the middle of the gait as much as possible, and increase the flexibility of the midfoot. Simply put, you can move your feet appropriately every day and do not walk too fast.
3. Appropriately reduce the muscle tension of the tibialis anterior, posterior tibialis, peroneus brevis, plantar fascia, and calf triceps. Simply put, you can properly massage the legs and feet every day from front to back, from the inside to the outside;
4. Fitting orthopedic insoles. The foot has three main functions: cushioning, support and rolling. Fitting a suitable corrective insole can increase the arch support, give the midfoot more chances of pronation, and transfer the pressure of the heel, the first or fifth metatarsal head. , Thereby avoiding further compensation of lower limbs such as knee joints and hip joints.</pre>
<!– /wp:preformatted –>

<!– wp:preformatted –>
<pre class=”wp-block-preformatted”><img src=”https://aideastep.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/06/home-footer-2-300×134.gif” alt=”” width=”300″ height=”134″>

</pre>
<!– /wp:preformatted –>

<!– wp:paragraph –>

learn more HIGH ARCHED FOOT<strong> ,> please kindly to visit our web .www.aideastep.com & www.ideastepinsole.com.</p>
<!– /wp:paragraph –>

<!– wp:paragraph –>

Also any other questions or suggestion ,  please feel free to contact us  :</p>
<!– /wp:paragraph –>

<!– wp:paragraph –>

Tel: +86-18106960586��whatsapp��ح Email: [email protected]  /</p>
<!– /wp:paragraph –>

<!– wp:paragraph –>

Xiamen Kon Technology Co., Ltd</p>
<!– /wp:paragraph –>

Leave a Reply