Pronating Low Arch Foot
|Rearfoot posts. As the arch rolls in during pronation, the heel (calcaneus) changes position and pressure falls on the inner (medial) side. Rearfoot posts are supplied to prevent this from happening. Choose 0_ for mild control, 3_ for moderate control and 5_ for higher control.
|Forefoot posts. Many feet that pronate excessively have a tendency for the forefoot to sit in a position, which is tilted inward (varus) when compared to the rearfoot. This encourages the inner (medial) border to roll down to the ground and cause further pronation. Forefoot posts are supplied to prevent this from happening. Choose 0_ for mild control, 3_ for moderate control & 5_ for higher control.
- Archpain (plantarfasciitis)
- Painful 1st MTP joint e.g. hallux limitus
- Forefootpain (metatarsalgia) Anklepain
- Leg muscle pain e.g. tibialis prosterior
- Achilles tendon pain
- Knee pain caused by pronation
- Low back pain caused by pronation
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