Flat Feet

Pain Relief for a Flat Foot

A Flat Foot is just that - Flat!

A normal foot has an "arch" or "curve" to the bottom of the foot. In a Flat Foot, the arch has fallen down. In some severe cases, the fallen arch can even make contact with the floor.

In most cases, flat feet do not cause any serious problems, but some people can experience severe foot pain, aches and cramps. Some situations can contribute to other conditions, like plantar fasciitis, shin splints, knee pain and back pain.


Flat Feet have collapsed arches



Some Common Causes of Flat Feet:

This is most often a hereditary, structural condition, and affects approx. 25% of the population. Unusual repetitive forces applied to the foot (more common with sports enthusiasts), can develop into a flatter foot with a collapsed arch.

Obesity can be a culprit. Excessive weight will put undue stress on bone structure of your feet.

FIR Socks help reduce Foot Pain from a Flat Foot Structure!

Far Infrared Socks help to reduce the pain in your feet caused by a Flat Foot. Flat feet can put stress on the ligaments and tendons in the foot, the ankle and up the leg.

Fallen arches can cause pressure points on the arch and other parts of the foot. Pressure points not only cause pain, but can lead to further complications, like bursitis, calluses, corns and metatarsalgia.

So, what does the infrared energy from the socks actually do? The natural FIR rays from the bio-ceramics fused into the thread bring more circulation to the foot and will help to reduce pain and foot cramps.

Wear Prolotex™ FIR Socks on a regular basis to help reduce foot pain and aches caused by flat feet..

Far Infrared Bio-Ceramic Socks - available in 4 sizes


FREE Tips to Living with Flat Feet:

    1. Best to wear supportive shoes, rather than going barefoot.
    2. Check with your physician, podiatrist and/or chiropodist about special foot beds, orthothics and special footwear.
    3. Make an effort to reduce your weight, if you are obese. Excessive weight can put undue stress on the bones of your feet and cause your arches to collapse.
    4. Wear a fresh, clean pair of Prolotex™ Far Infrared Socks every day to help reduce pain in your feet.




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