Orthotics for Flat Feet, Fallen Arches and Over-Pronation

Footlogics orthotics are the perfect remedy for fallen arches, flat feet or over-pronation. Developed by Australian Podiatrists, these premium quality orthotics support and re-align the feet to their natural position. Your purchase comes with a full 90-Day-Money-Back-Guarantee!


Orthotics for Flat Feet, Fallen Arches and Over-Pronation

Using orthotics for fallen arches is a good idea. This problem of the foot is more than just an unpleasant experience. You are suffering from fallen arches or flat feet if:

  • You have lose tendons
  • You were born with this problem
  • You were among the children who fail to develop arches during their adolescent years

Difference between Fallen Arches and Flat Feet

Flat Feet is a problem by birth but fallen arches develop in adulthood. Fallen arches often eventually result in flat feet. Many people may also have to face this condition due to a variety of injuries such as dislocating the bones in their feet and/or ripping or tearing of the tendons that can again lead to fallen arches.

Our foot is arched due to a network or series of tendons and ligaments that connect our leg muscles to our foot. This creates the foot’s arch and when these tendons get injured or get loose due to any reason, the arch begins to fall. The symptoms of fallen arches worsen with age.

What causes Fallen Arches?


There are 27 bones in the foot, all held together by ligaments and muscle tissue. As we get older the tendons, ligaments and muscles in our feet tend to weaken. As a result our arches drop and our feet become flatter. This is also the reason our shoe size increases over time by about half a shoe size.

Obesity and Pregnancy

Being overweight or pregnant can also put pressure on the tendons of your feet. You need to consult a doctor to know whether or not your weight is causing pain in your arch. Pregnancy can change the arches of your feet in two ways. First is weight gain and the second is hormonal changes. During the first pregnancy women tend to witness a noticeable change in their arch. After subsequent pregnancies they may experience many more mild changes in their feet.

Rheumatoid Arthritis

This is the inflammation of your joints and is a major cause of fallen arches. Anyone who suffers from arthritis in their feet has to bear incredible pain because the joints in their ankles and feet do not function properly. Due to this their arch muscles loosen up and cause it to fall.

Symptoms of Fallen Arches (Over Pronation)

  • Tired feet
  • Limited ability to stand for long periods of time
  • Inability to perform strenuous physical activities such as running
  • Extreme pain in the feet
  • Severe Back pain
  • Unhealthy posture
  • Poor/wrong posture then puts extra strain on your back muscles

Footlogic Orthotics – the Solution to Flat Feet and Fallen Arches

Using Footlogic orthotics for fallen arches or flat feet is a great way for patients to avoid unnecessary pain. They can be custom-molded or can be bought from over the counter in any size. They support the entire foot and can be fit into practically any kind of shoes, sneakers and sandals.

However, it is important for you to choose an orthotics insole that is neither too flexible nor too rigid. It should be firm enough to provide shock absorption during any kind of physical activity. When force is applied to Footlogic orthotics devices the material compresses adequately, and the shock generated from the ground is absorbed by the device instead of getting transmitted back to your joints. Using Footlogic orthotics for flat feet and feet pain would also require you to break into these devices over a long period of time. So be patient and choose the right orthotics for better results.