Monday, 19 March 2018
Your arches (the spaces on the inner side of your feet) are one of the most important parts of your feet, making it possible for your feet to sustain your body weight. They also reduce the amount of damage everyday activities do to your feet and shift the energy your feet absorb while walking into your next step. Since they are such an important part of how your body works, it’s important that you get to know them as well as possible.
Tuesday, 29 November 2016
Foot pain caused by high arches (a condition also known as cavus foot or pes cavus) tends to be most prominent when the arch is unsupported. As a high arch is unable to absorb any of the pressure placed on the bottom of the foot, both the heel and the ball of the foot can become strained from increased reliance.
Tuesday, 14 July 2015 | John
Cavus Feet (also known as Pes Cavus or a high arch) are feet which have an abnormally high arch. This places more weight and pressure on the heels and balls of your feet. Despite the name, this can happen in one or both feet and can afflict anyone at any age. It is the opposite of flat feet, and much less common.