Arch pain

What is Arch Pain?
Arch pain is felt along the bottom and inside of your feet.

Causes of Arch Pain
Our feet are not meant to walk on hard surfaces, but rather soft and natural ground such as soil. As a result, our feet can experience pronation (rolling inwards) which causes pain.

Treatment for Arch Pain
To treat arch pain, avoid high heels and wear cushioned footwear, such as trainers. Foot arch orthotics can also be worn, as these realign your feet and evenly disperse pressure.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Will Arch Pain Go Away On Its Own?

It is possible for arch pain to go away on its own, especially if it is caused by a minor issue such as overuse or strain. However, if the pain persists or is severe, it is important to seek medical attention to determine the cause and receive proper treatment. Ignoring arch pain can lead to more serious issues and may make it more difficult to treat in the long run.

Can Arch Pain Be Treated At Home?

Yes, arch pain can be treated at home with self-care measures such as:



  • Resting and avoiding activities that cause pain

  • Applying ice to the affected area to reduce swelling and inflammation

  • Stretching and strengthening exercises to improve foot and ankle flexibility and strength

  • Wearing proper footwear with adequate arch support

  • Using over-the-counter pain medication to relieve discomfort

  • Using arch supports or inserts to provide additional support and relief


If the pain persists or worsens despite self-care measures, it is important to consult a healthcare professional for further evaluation and treatment.

Is Arch Pain Plantar Fasciitis?

Yes, arch pain can be a symptom of plantar fasciitis, which is a common foot condition that causes pain in the bottom of the foot, specifically in the arch area. Plantar fasciitis is caused by inflammation of the plantar fascia, a band of tissue that runs from the heel to the toes and helps support the arch of the foot. This condition can be caused by overuse, tight muscles, flat feet, or high arches. It is usually treated with rest, stretching exercises, ice, and supportive shoes.

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