3 Tips To Alleviate High Arch Pain


Summer is near, and you will probably be spending considerably more time outdoors than you have been. You might spend a morning kneeling with bent feet in your garden, crouching in a catcher’s stance at a softball game, or going for a long hike. If you have cavus foot (meaning you have a high arch), you could end up with tired, achy feet at the end of the day. If so, here are three things you can do at home to make them comfortable again:

If these three tips don’t take care of your pain, give Rocky Mountain Foot & Ankle Center in the west Denver area a call. It may be that you could benefit from a pair of custom orthotics that are designed to spread the impact of your steps more evenly over your sole.

If even that doesn’t do it, we can discuss surgical options with you. Our staff includes podiatrists who excel at surgery, and many times a simple procedure can bring an end to your foot pain. Call us today at (303) 423-2520 for an appointment at one of our four Denver area locations, or schedule through our website. You can also check us out on Twitter, Facebook, Google+ and Pinterest for other useful tips and interesting facts.

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