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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.

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