Just like hair color and eye color, feet are genetic. So, if you want to identify potential problems for your children’s feet, just look at your and your partner’s feet. If you or your partner have “bad” feet, such as flat feet or high arches, it’s likely that that problem will be passed onto your children.*
Be proactive and take your children to the foot doctor if you are aware of a common family foot problem. Early care will be important for your children, and custom orthotics can help.
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