Prevent Serious Conditions & Get Relief From Your Pain
Many people have flat feet or low arches. While this is a common foot type, over time the lack of arch support can lead to serious foot conditions and foot and ankle pain. To treat and prevent these problems, we offer expert flat foot treatment in Pomona, CA, and the La Verne and Claremont, CA, areas, so that we can get you back to living a pain-free life.
Types of Flat Feet
There are two types of flat feet - congenital and acquired. If your feet are flat, it could be because your arches never formed properly. This is what’s referred to as congenital flat feet, and for most people with this condition, there are few or no symptoms involved. For those who have fallen arches or acquired flat feet, there may be more symptoms.
Causes & Symptoms
If you have flat feet, your arch remains close to the ground because your tendons are looser than they are in someone without flat feet. If you have flat feet and experience symptoms, those may include:
- Tired or achy feet after you stand or play sports
- Foot pain
- Pain in your hips
- Pain in your lower legs
- Pain in your arches
- Pain in your ankles
Even if your flat feet aren’t currently bothering you, they can be contributing to the formation of other painful foot conditions such as:
- Heel Spurs
- Plantar Fasciitis
If you experience foot pain on a regular basis or have any of the listed symptoms consistently, then it may be time to see a foot doctor. Some common treatments for flat feet include:
- Foot and ankle stretches
- Icing painful areas
- An anti-inflammatory medicine
- Custom orthotics
- Supportive bracing or taping
- In severe cases, surgery may be required
If caught early enough, we can eliminate or at least decrease the chance of the formation of deformities. Dr. O'Neill will carefully discuss your case and treatment options when you visit us for an evaluation.
Contact Our Team for Flat Foot Treatment in Pomona, CA & the La Verne & Claremont, CA, Areas
To experience our 5-star-rated podiatric care, schedule your New Patient Consultation today by calling (909) 622-4501. You may also use our convenient online form. Your appointment includes the following:
- Discuss Your Goals
- X-Rays As Needed
- Complete Exam
- Discover Your Options
- Get started!
During your appointment, we will take the time to answer all your questions about our advanced treatments and technology, our flexible payment options, and anything else you may want to know about us!