Are you looking for a Podiatry clinic in Sydney, Australia who specialises in High Arches?
Contact us at Barefeet Podiatry in North Sydney today, and we can help you look for the best high arches’ treatment for your foot.
What is it?
A High-Arched Foot, also known as Cavus Foot, is a condition in which the foot has a very arch in the middle of the foot.
This causes an excessive amount being placed on the heel and ball of the foot when walking and standing. It is best to see a specialist straight away to prevent it from progressing and causing more uncomfortable pain.
High Arches can develop at any age and occur in one or both feet.
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What are the causes?
A Neurological disorder
Other medical conditions such as Cerebral Palsy, Charcot-Marie-Tooth disease, Spina Bifida, Polio, Muscular Dystrophy or Stroke
Can be Inherited
What are the symptoms?
Bent Toes (Hammertoes)
Toes clenched like a fist (Claw Toes)
Calluses on the ball, side or heel of the foot
Pain when standing or walking
Unstable foot due to the heel tilting inward, which can lead to ankle sprains
Foot drop- a weakness of muscle in the foot and ankle that results in dragging the foot when taking a step
What can barefeet podiatry do to help?
Get in contact with our expert at Barefeet Podiatry today for an assessment. We can provide our advice on the best treatment for you.
If you are looking for high arch feet treatment in New South Wales, then take a look at what we can offer you.
The Podiatrist at Barefeet can prescribe a custom-made orthotics to align the foot correctly, providing comfort and stability.
This will reduce the force being placed on the heel and ball of the foot.
We can give you advice on the best footwear which is deep and wide enough to accommodate your foot.
Wearing narrow, poor-fitting footwear can make the problem get worse at a quicker rate.
What should I do next?
It is important to deal with the high arched foot promptly to avoid the problem progressing.
Book an initial biomechanical appointment online today!
Remember the longer the treatment is delayed, the longer it will take to heal.
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