FAQ on foot condition

It is recommended that children have a foot assessment every 4 months to understand the condition of their feet.

Foot types

Flat feet

Definition: The foot arch inside of the feet flattens when standing.
Effects: People with flat feet have foot fatigue and foot pain easily. Since the seriousness of joint degeneration is higher, it will have higher chance to cause plantar fasciitis or knee pain.

Normal arch

Definition: The arch raised slightly when standing.

High-arch feet

Definition: The arch appears high when standing.
Effects: Much pressure will be applied on the forefeet and heel, which may cause callus formation and foot pain

Foot conditions

Heel Valgus

Definition: The heels drift outwards, which is commonly seen if people have flat feet.
Effects: Feet fatigue

Normal heel

Definition: The axis of heel is perpendicular to the ground.

Hallux Valgus

Definition: The hallux valgus angle is larger than 15 degrees.
Effects: The bulging bump of the side of the toe will cause pain in the long run since it keeps rubbing against the shoes.

Leg condition

Knock knees (Genu valgum)

Definition: The knees touch against each other when standing.
Effects: The knees touch against each other and leads to falling. It may cause knee pain when growing up.

In-toeing

Definition: The feet turn inward when walking
Effects: Easily trip over and it may affect the appearance. The toecap will be wear out easily.

The above information is for reference only. If in doubt, please consult your doctor.

Foot types

Flat feet

Definition: The foot arch inside of the feet flattens when standing.
Effects: People with flat feet have foot fatigue and foot pain easily. Since the seriousness of joint degeneration is higher, it will have higher chance to cause plantar fasciitis or knee pain.

Neutral arch

Definition: The arch raised slightly when standing.

High-Arch Foot

Definition: The arch appears high when standing.
Effects: Much pressure will be applied on the forefeet and heel, which may cause callus formation and foot pain

Foot condition

Heel Valgus

Definition: The heels drift outwards, which is commonly seen if people have flat feet.
Effects: Feet fatigue

Normal heel

Definition: The axis of heel is perpendicular to the ground.

Hallux Valgus

Definition: The hallux valgus angle is larger than 15 degrees.
Effects: The bulging bump of the side of the toe will cause pain in the long run since it keeps rubbing against the shoes.

Leg condition

Knock knees (Genu valgum)

Definition: The knees touch against each other when standing.
Effects: The knees touch against each other and leads to falling. It may cause knee pain when growing up.

Bow legs (Genu varum)

Definition: The knees are apart when standing
Effects: Knee pain

The above information is for reference only. If in doubt, please consult your doctor.

Children's foot condition

It is recommended that children have a foot assessment every 4 months to understand the condition of their feet.

Foot types

Flat feet

Definition: The foot arch inside of the feet flattens when standing.
Effects: People with flat feet have foot fatigue and foot pain easily. Since the seriousness of joint degeneration is higher, it will have higher chance to cause plantar fasciitis or knee pain.

Normal arch

Definition: The arch raised slightly when standing.

High-arch feet

Definition: The arch appears high when standing.
Effects: Much pressure will be applied on the forefeet and heel, which may cause callus formation and foot pain

Foot conditions

Heel Valgus

Definition: The heels drift outwards, which is commonly seen if people have flat feet.
Effects: Feet fatigue

Normal heel

Definition: The axis of heel is perpendicular to the ground.

Hallux Valgus

Definition: The hallux valgus angle is larger than 15 degrees.
Effects: The bulging bump of the side of the toe will cause pain in the long run since it keeps rubbing against the shoes.

Leg condition

Knock knees (Genu valgum)

Definition: The knees touch against each other when standing.
Effects: The knees touch against each other and leads to falling. It may cause knee pain when growing up.

In-toeing

Definition: The feet turn inward when walking
Effects: Easily trip over and it may affect the appearance. The toecap will be wear out easily.

The above information is for reference only. If in doubt, please consult your doctor.

Adults' foot condition

Foot types

Flat feet

Definition: The foot arch inside of the feet flattens when standing.
Effects: People with flat feet have foot fatigue and foot pain easily. Since the seriousness of joint degeneration is higher, it will have higher chance to cause plantar fasciitis or knee pain.

Neutral arch

Definition: The arch raised slightly when standing.

High-Arch Foot

Definition: The arch appears high when standing.
Effects: Much pressure will be applied on the forefeet and heel, which may cause callus formation and foot pain

Foot condition

Heel Valgus

Definition: The heels drift outwards, which is commonly seen if people have flat feet.
Effects: Feet fatigue

Normal heel

Definition: The axis of heel is perpendicular to the ground.

Hallux Valgus

Definition: The hallux valgus angle is larger than 15 degrees.
Effects: The bulging bump of the side of the toe will cause pain in the long run since it keeps rubbing against the shoes.

Leg condition

Knock knees (Genu valgum)

Definition: The knees touch against each other when standing.
Effects: The knees touch against each other and leads to falling. It may cause knee pain when growing up.

Bow legs (Genu varum)

Definition: The knees are apart when standing
Effects: Knee pain

The above information is for reference only. If in doubt, please consult your doctor.

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