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Supinated Foot Exercises For Metatarsalgia

Supinated Foot Exercises For Metatarsalgia

Overview
Cavus foot is a condition in which the foot has an arch that is much higher than normal. As a result of this high arch, a large amount of weight is placed on the ball and heel of the foot when children walk or stand. Their feet become sore at the top and middle, and they have trouble finding shoes that fit properly. In addition, the high arches cause children?s ankles to roll outward slightly. This instability Can stretching help you grow taller? lead to frequent ankle sprains.

Causes
The cause and deforming mechanism underlying pes cavus is complex and not well understood. Factors considered influential in the development of pes cavus include muscle weakness and imbalance in neuromuscular disease, residual effects of congenital clubfoot, post-traumatic bone malformation, contracture of the plantar fascia and shortening of the Achilles tendon.'High

Symptoms
Some people complain that their ankles feel weak and they get ankle sprains easily. A few people who have reduced feeling in their feet as part of the condition that caused the cavus, find that their skin rubs raw in areas of high pressure. This is a strong reason to consult your doctor.

Diagnosis
If a neurological condition is suspected to be at the heart of your problem, your podiatrist will probably examine your leg as well as your foot, and may also refer you to a neurologist, who is specially trained in recognizing such conditions.

Non Surgical Treatment
Initially a careful investigation is needed to rule out any neurological condition that is causing the high arched foot. This will depend on what is causing the pain, if anything. For instance, flexible high arches may not need any treatment. Wear shoes with a good cushioning, depth and arch support which may help relieve pain and improve walking. Debridement of corns and calluses. Various pads made from silicone or felt can be used to get pressure off the painful areas. Control body weight to decrease load on the feet. Physical therapy modalities such as laser therapy for associated tendonitis. Foot and ankle joint manipulations to help increase joint range of motion. Foot orthotic devices can provide support for stressed joints and soft tissues.

Surgical Treatment
The surgical procedures involved with the correction of the cavus foot are varied. Theses may include correction of the bony deformity, ankle looseness and the muscle imbalances that cause the deformity. The goal is to provide a foot that evenly distributes weight along both inside and outside edges. A variety of incisions may be needed to perform the procedures related to the correction of the cavus foot.'Cavoid

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