There are two types of flat feet: congenital and acquired. If your feet are flat, it could be because your arches never formed properly. This is what’s referred to congenital flat feet, and for most people with this condition, there are few or no symptoms involved. For those who have fallen arches or acquired flat feet, there may be many more symptoms and one of those could include pain in the arches or the feet in general. Your ankles may begin to sag inward, and this can cause issues with the structure of your legs as well as your gait. Your feet may not be able to properly support you anymore, and if that happens, it’s definitely time for you to see a podiatrist.
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