Posted on: 26 March 2015
Very few people have the perfect foot structure. Sometimes orthotics can help to support feet that have structural problems. But even if your feet are not structurally perfect, you may not need orthotics.
Following are several types of foot structure, with advice on whether orthotics can help.
You may have pronated feet if your feet roll inwards slightly when standing, walking or running. With pronated feet, when standing, your arch drops, so your feet are flat on the floor.