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What Is Flatfoot?

Description of the disease

Flatfoot is a foot deformity in which the longitudinal or transverse arch of the foot is shortened, leading to a decrease in its shock-absorbing functions.


  • Longitudinal arch flatfoot;
  • Transverse arch flatfoot.


Symptoms of flatfoot may include pain and fatigue in the feet, deterioration of gait, a feeling of tightness or fatigue in the feet.


Flatfoot can be caused by genetic factors, injuries, obesity, improper footwear, and improper physical exertion.


Diagnosis of flatfoot includes examination by an orthopedic doctor, X-ray of the foot, and computer tomography.


Treatment of flatfoot may include wearing orthopedic insoles, physiotherapy, orthopedic exercises, and in some cases, surgical intervention.


To prevent flatfoot, it is recommended to choose the right footwear, control weight, and engage in physical exercises to strengthen the foot muscles.


If flatfoot is suspected, it is necessary to consult an orthopedic doctor.

Note: This material is provided for informational purposes only and is not medical advice.