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Fallen arches or flat feet can cause pain in the arches and heels, as well as other foot problems. The good news is FootSmart offers solutions for relief, such as arch supportive shoes and sandals and insoles for flat feet. Check out our tips for easing pain caused by flat feet and let us know what has worked for you.

Match the right foot aid with your needs. Find foot solutions if you need relief from arch pain, relief from heel pain, less rubbing of your feet, or extra cushioning.

Struggling with arch pain caused by plantar fasciitis or other conditions? Find foot health solutions that can offer relief at FootSmart. Choose from expertly-selected products that massage and support feet, stretching aids, insoles, wraps, shoes and more.

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LOOK: How Your Flip Flops Are Killing Your Feet

Are your flip flops providing enough support for your feet this summer? Here are a few tips from The Huffington Post to help you pick a pair that properly fit your feet!

Easy Exercise for Foot, Arch and Leg Pain from Fallen Arches, Flat Feet, Pronation Fallen arches, flat feet, or Plantar fasciitis can cause pain and discomfort in the legs, feet, ankles, Achilles tendon, hips, and low back. In this video, Ron Vaughn, a sports massage therapist, and Christie Powell, a physical therapist, explain how the feet ...

Feet hurt? Give them HTP Heel Seats for foot and heel pain relief!

Feet shouldn’t hurt all the time! See what the APMA has to say about high heels causing foot pain. Enjoy fashion without painful pumps, stilettos and platforms that can hurt your feet and toes. Try a fashion-forward ballet flat or other shoes that pair comfort and style. **Infographic courtesy the American Podiatric Medical Association. #highheels #APMA

Don't forget to stretch to maintain healthy feet. If you're looking for a quick foot pain remedy, try kneeling down and tucking your feet under so that you're on your toes. Sit back so your hips are on your heels. Stay in this position between 30 seconds and 2 minutes.