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    How is over pronation treated?

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  • Jacqueline Kan

    Podiatrist (General)

    Cheltenham Podiatry offers excellence in all areas of footcare.From corns, callouses, fungal nails to sports injuries, Diabetic foot care, ingrown nails and orthotics. Full gait … View Profile

    This will depend on the individual situation. Not all over pronation is treated. Although, when it appears to be a causitive factor that is  contributing to pain,or  development of structural deformities, there are various degrees of treatment.In some cases specific shoes may be all that is required. In other cases, paddings or strapping, are prescribed and where necessary  orthotic therapy. A podiatric assesment would be advised to asses this.

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