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If you look at an adult foot from the inside, you’ll usually notice an upward curve in the middle. This is called an arch. Tendons, the tight bands that attach at the heel and foot bones, from the arch. Several tendons in your foot and lower leg work together to form the arches in your foot.
When the tendons all pull the proper amount, then your foot forms a moderate, normal arch. When the tendons do not pull together properly, there is a little or no arch. This is called flat foot or fallen arch.
You can easily test yourself to see if you might have fallen arches or flat feet. Follow these three steps:
Flat feet in adults can arise from a variety of causes. Here are the most common:
There are many symptoms that can be associated with flat feet. Many people have flat feet and notice no problems or require treatment, but others may experience these symptoms:
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