common feet condition and leg ailments
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Since body pressure and weight is borne by our feet, wearing ill-fitting shoes can cause imbalances and major abnormalities to our legs and feet. This type of condition has an adverse effect on the knees, hips, back, and neck; thus affecting our well-being in the long run.
Wearing the right shoe design in accordance to feet shape fitted with an orthotics engineered insoles, can offer a more balanced foundation on the feet thus improving body posture and stability. These shoes give allowance for the toes to move around comfortably than regular ones. They prevent the feet from rubbing aggressively inside the shoe and have heels that can springboard the feet forward more naturally.
A low arch is a complete absence of arch between the inside of the feet to the ground.
Bottom of the feet is raised too high, starting from the toes to the heel.
While running or walking, the foot continues to push in when it should be pushing off. This causes a twist in the foot, shin and knee that lead to pain in those areas.
It is also called genu varum, bandy-leg and tibia vara, are a specific deformity resulting in the appearance of outward bending of the legs.
The knees are bending inward together while the feet are widely separated.
It is the opposite of pronation and this refers to the outward push of the foot from inside.