Re: children's flat feet

My son is only 4, and our pediatrician refered us to a specialist who charges us 200.00 for inserts. He is said to have flat feet, but he does have an arch. He just walks on the inside of his feet, with the soles of his feet sticking out. Our doctor said that she never seen a child this young have it. Is this common that you know of? Are there any other options for us (cost is a factor when you have 6 kids) Also, can our other children have this? Any info would be great.


Posted By Wanda on November 07, 2001 at 15:15:02:

In Reply to: children's flat feet posted by bridgette joseph on December 03, 2000 at 20:22:33:

Full-length viscoelastic insoles incorporating areas of softer density in the heel and metatarsal region. Raised metatarsal pad aids in desired realignment of metatarsal heads.

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