Now try to answer what to do with this process is genetics? Yes, you are genetically predisposed may be an increased weight, have less developed muscles, as well as my grandmother all my life to work with increased load on the legs. Supermodel does not necessarily agree. But at the same time knowing that your family members tend to be overweight, you may pay more attention to this issue in their lives. By the way, great weight is easier to prevent than to fight it. At the same time, genetically less-developed muscular system is also amenable to correction in terms of its revitalization, improvement and maintenance of its functions. To a large load on the legs did not contribute development of flat feet, you should promptly take an interest in preventive measures. On them, we continue to talk in detail. Perhaps now it is clear that the ongoing strains in the foot are highly dependent on arches provide the necessary cushioning for the body.
What is depreciation in the car? For a longer working properly, all engine blocks. Similarly, depreciation of the foot provides, first of all, integrity and normal function of all joints, including knees, hips, lumbar spine, which occur with age, anatomical and functional disorders. Considerable contribution to this process makes a defective foot. Longitudinal arch of the foot visually normal is well defined if we look at the inside of the foot. In a normal longitudinal arch height in the central part is 3.9 cm from the base the floor surface to the bone. To what extent is stored longitudinal arch can be identified by fingerprints plantar surface of the load on the foot. Varies 4 degrees flat, each of which gives a characteristic fingerprint plantar surface of the load on the foot. Not everyone knows that in addition to the longitudinal and transverse flatfoot distinguish flat, which is determined by the width of the foot at the base of the fingers (metatarsalno-phalanx joints).
Normally, these joints form an arch (the arch). Height of the arch depends on the consistency of ligaments which connect the joints and muscles that support the arch of the foot. In the chronic overload of ligament and longitudinal cross a set of "settling", and clinically we see the big flat foot. Most often, the longitudinal and transverse arches develop simultaneously. While there may be an isolated "settling" of one or another set. In any case, One of the unfortunate symptoms of flat feet can be a pain in different parts of the foot and further developing the deformation of fingers, in frequent cases, leading to surgical treatment. In our next conversation talk about the consequences arising from the flat, which will help to realize how important it is to keep dampening properties of the foot throughout life.