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They are formed by the tarsal and metatarsal bones, and supported by ligaments and tendons in the foot. In this article, we examine the anatomy of the arches of the foot — their bony and ligamentous structure, the supporting tendons, and their clinical correlations. There are two longitudinal arches in the foot — the medial and lateral arches. They are formed between the tarsal bones and the proximal end of the metatarsals. The medial arch is the higher of the two longitudinal arches. It is formed by the calcaneus, talus, navicular, three cuneiforms and first three metatarsal bones.
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Set of 2 Foot Arch Support with Gel Cushioning (Large)
There are several factors that go into choosing a pair that fits your needs. However, once you find the right pair, you may find yourself running in a different gear. There are three distinct styles of running shoes: neutral, stability and motion control. Each type of shoe offers different qualities for various running styles.
The Foot Arch Support with Gel Cushioning uses gel pads designed to gently support the arches of the feet, relieve pains and improve posture. Arch and heel pain is often caused by excess pressure on the ligament that sits in the arch of the foot. Over time, the ligament elongates and strains, causing inflammation and discomfort in the arches and heels.
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