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Do you have high arched feet (cavus foot?) This foot condition can cause a variety of symptoms, such as instability and pain. Here’s why it’s always best to discuss your condition with your NYC podiatrist, and some of the treatment options that can help you achieve optimal foot health.


The medical term for high arches is cavus foot. This condition can lead to an excessive amount of weight being placed on the ball and heel of the foot when walking or standing, and it can also result in a number of other symptoms, including: 


What should I do if I suspect I have high arched feet? If you suspect you have this foot condition, or you are suffering from any foot/ankle pain, it’s always best to contact your NYC podiatrist. They can help assess your condition and discuss management and treatment options. 

Our Midtown and Downtown NYC Podiatrists Can Help You Achieve Optimal Foot Health 

Are you suffering from foot/ankle pain? In order to best serve you during the COVID-19 pandemic, our NYC podiatrists have introduced To Healthy Feet Podiatry’s Virtual Medical Clinic. This telemedicine platform allows our team to provide you with comprehensive care right from the safety of your own home. 

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We are happy to announce that we are also open, so pleased don’t hesitate to call us and book an in-person appointment with our downtown or midtown NYC podiatrists. 

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How Are High Arched Feet Diagnosed? 

During a consultation with your NYC podiatrist, they can carry out the necessary tests to determine whether you have high arched feet. Often, they will: 

  • Examine your family history 
  • Examine your foot to look for high arches, calluses, or hammertoes 
  • Observe and test muscle strength and your walking pattern/coordination 
  • Look at the pattern of wear on your shoes 

If it has been determined that you have high arched feet, and that this condition is causing you significant discomfort or pain, then there are several non-surgical and surgical treatment options available to you. 

YOUR GUIDE TO HIGH ARCHED FEET 


Non-Surgical Treatment of High Arched Feet 

1. Orthotic devices. Custom orthotic devices are medical devices that fit into your shoe. They can prove to be beneficial because they provide stability and cushioning to your foot.

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2. Shoe modifications. High topped shoes will support your ankle, and shoes with wider heels will add stability. 

3. Brace. Your podiatrist may suggest a brace to keep your ankle stable. 

4. Physical therapy. You may want to opt for physical therapy, as this can help you stretch any tight muscles and strengthen weak ones. 
 

When is surgical treatment necessary? 

If non-surgical treatment fails to adequately relieve your pain and improve stability, then your NYC podiatrist may suggest that surgery is required to decrease pain, increase stability, and compensate for weakness in the foot. 

Surgery might also reduce your risk for developing other injuries, such as broken bones or repeated ankle sprains. 


Our NYC Podiatrists Will Help You Say Goodbye to Foot Pain 

Whether you have high arched feet, bunions, or a Morton’s neuroma, the sooner you seek advice and treatment from a podiatrist, the easier the condition will be to resolve. To find out more about how our NYC podiatrists can help you manage any foot/ankle problems, contact us at 917-398-3668 or book a virtual consultation.

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