Low Arch Overpronation

Overpronation is a term used to describe excessive flattening of the plantar arch. This is when the foot rolls in excessively, or at a time when it should not, for instance late in the stance phase of gait. The reason it is considered a problem is because it effects the timing and direction of forces traveling through the leg. Uncontrolled Overpronation is most often associated with all sorts of lower leg injuries such as Shin Splints, Plantar Fasciitis, Achilles Tendonitis, Hamstring Strains and Hip Pain.

Although Overpronation is surprisingly common through all segments of the population, elders and pregnant women are at increased risk. Unfortunately, Overpronation can lead to additional problems with your feet, ankles, and knees. Flat Feet, Fallen Arches and Overpronation can be easily treated with a pair of supportive shoe inserts, also known as orthotics, or orthotic insoles. This can occur in all people, no matter whether they have high arches or flat foot arches. Treatment can lead to several types of running injuries, so diagnosing and correcting the condition is crucial if you suspect that it’s causing soreness. Damage to the feet from Overpronation can easily occur during exercising, as well as ankle injuries and Shin Splints.

If you have Osteoporosis or weak bones, you have Fallen Arches, you are overweight, have Flat Feet or are just starting out exercising again after a period or absence, Overpronation can be more of a concern. It can cause, or aggravate, Knee Pain that is caused by inadequate knee tracking. The postural problems associated with Fallen Arches and Overpronation can cause pain in the feet, ankles, legs and knees, and in some cases can lead to lower back pain. People experiencing this will visibly see their ankles role inwards.

Those with mild to severe Overpronation will want to invest in a pair of Stability Running Shoes with Custom Orthotics that are designed to sufficiently support their foots striking pattern. If you are a mild overpronator, the best running shoe with Custom Orthotics will be a lighter shoe and orthotics with stability.

Our Custom Orthotics will provide ball of foot pain relief, the best stability and support needed in your foot control. Custom Orthotics to control this foot issue will reduce the twisting effect through the knee and promote normal knee function; orthoses to control excessive supination will stabilize the foot and provide cushioning and arch support.

Moreover, people with severe Overpronation will definitely be able to benefit from ball of foot pain relief. Your pain will be reduced and you are less likely to suffer from the common running injuries that occur due to other muscles working in the wrong way. Choosing the correct Custom Orthotics will help you find effective lower body and back pain relief.

Runners with moderate Overpronation will love the fit and comfort of our Custom Orthotics. Those who have Back Pain, Knee Pain, and Heel Pain as a result of Overpronation will feel better after walking with these Custom Orthotics.

Doctors’ Orthotics will provide ball of foot pain relief from these issues. If you overpronate (see image below), our custom orthotics will prevent the foot from excessively rolling inwards while walking, thus providing a more stable foot position for normal weight bearing and relieving your pain.

Overpronation

Our Orthotics Recommendation For Overpronation/Ball of Foot Pain Relief

Any one of our custom orthotics ordered can be modified for Overpronation and ball of foot pain relief.

Our best recommendations are our Orthotics For Overpronation.

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