Treating Overpronation

A collapsing arch can lead to problems. They can be prevented.

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As you walk, your foot naturally moves from side to side, rolling slightly inward with each step. This is called pronation. Some people have too pronounced a pronation, caused by flatter-than-normal feet. Over time, this may cause problems. “Overpronation has a lot to do with your foot type,” says Cleveland Clinic podiatrist Nicole Nicolosi, DPM. […]
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