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Your arch can be vulnerable to pain for a variety of reasons, including improper shoes or failing to stretch your foot and calf. Exercising your arch can strengthen the muscles in your foot to help prevent injury and pain. To work your arch, you must engage your toes or your calf muscles. This can combat flat feet and fallen arches, which occur when a weak arch allows your full foot to touch the floor.

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Pedifix Arch Bandage (Pack of 2) by Pedifix. $10.55. Arch Bandage supports fallen arches and flat feet and eases related toe, ball-of-foot and heel pain. It is helpful for bunions, neuromas, plantar fasciitis, and heel spurs. This soft, elastic bandage gently squeezes the arch to provide support and extra stability to sore and tired feet. Makes shoes more comfortable. Washable, reusable and effective for months.

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