Overpronation is used to explain the way in which your foot strikes while you stroll. In individuals who overpronate, the skin fringe of the heel hits the bottom first after which the foot rolls inward on the arch of the foot. This causes the foot to grow to be too flat. The approach an individual’s foot hits the bottom can have an effect on the remainder of their physique. People who overpronate could have the next threat of sure accidents than folks with regular pronation.
- Individuals with very flat ft or a collapsed arch are likely to overpronate. Flat ft can develop because of heredity, standing for a very long time or carrying non-supportive footwear reminiscent of flip flops or slippers.
- Unsupportive footwear
- Standing or strolling in excessive heels for lengthy durations of time places a number of pressure and stress on the arch and surrounding ligaments and muscle tissues. Along the identical line, sneakers that do not match correctly, lack arch assist, are worn within the sole, or slide round whereas strolling could cause the arch to flatten and roll inward an excessive amount of.
- Has irritation or injury to the tendon
- weight problems
- Being obese or overweight may also trigger extra stress.
- Has arthritis that impacts the cartilage and ligaments within the foot
- An individual with overpronation ought to select supportive sneakers, particularly for actions that require repetitive foot strikes, reminiscent of operating or strolling.
- The individual ought to select sneakers that present further assist and stability to reduce the affect of every step.
- Do workout routines that strengthen the arches and muscle tissues round them.
dr. P. Senthil Selvam, PhD
Professor & HOD, School of Physiotherapy, VISTAS, Chennai.
Dr.D. Hepzibah Rubella, MPT (Ortho)
Researcher, School of Physiotherapy, VISTAS, Chennai.
Vels Institute of Science, Technology & Advanced Studies (VISTAS)