Flat Feet, Collapsing Arches, Over-Pronation & High Arches

What is a low arch foot type?

There are many terms used to describe a low arch foot type (flat feet, collapsing arches, ankles roll inwards, over-pronated, pes planus). The low arch foot-type accounts for about 60% of the population.

People with a low arch foot-type are more likely to suffer the following complaints:

What is a high arch foot type?

People with a high arch foot type (rigid, over-supinated, Pes Cavus) account for ~10% of the population but is often very problematic. People can often suffer complaints resulting from poor shock absorption, such as:

If you suspect you have a low or high arch foot-type which may cause problems further down the track, give Pioneer Podiatry a call today!