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Are you suffering from feet pain?

Are you experiencing discomfort or pain in your feet, particularly in the arch area? Don't let arch pain hinder your daily activities.


Learn about the causes, symptoms, and effective solutions for relieving feet pain associated with different types of arches.


Whether you have high arches, flat feet, or normal arches, understanding the underlying factors contributing to your foot pain is crucial for finding the right treatments and remedies.

Explore this comprehensive guide to discover valuable insights and practical tips to alleviate your feet pain and improve your overall foot health. Say goodbye to arch-related discomfort and regain your mobility with the right knowledge and care.

Identifying your feet type

To identify the source of the problems for your Feet pain. 

First you have to know your feet type first by taking the test below.

The foot arch test is a simple way to determine whether you have flat feet or high arches! Just follow these easy instructions:

  • Pour water into a shallow bucket (the bucket should be wide and big enough to fit your foot, and the water should be just deep enough for all parts of the bottom of your foot to get wet).

  • Step into the water with one foot, then carefully remove your foot from the bucket of water and step onto a Flat surface or piece of cardboard that will show your footprint (Be sure to put your weight on it!).

  • Remove your foot from the Floor/cardboard and take a photo for reference

  • Repeat the process with your other foot

If the middle portion or arch of your footprint is just about halfway filled in with a noticeable curve along the arch, congratulations! Your arches are at the proper height to absorb and distribute the impact from walking and other physical activity.

If your footprint looks like a complete foot (i.e., is totally filled in without much of an inward curve in the center), you likely have flat feet. This causes you to “pronate” when you walk or run (meaning, your foot rolls inward)–which is great for shock absorption but not so great for your knees and legs, or your chances of developing plantar fasciitis as your arch is strained.

If all you see in your footprint is your heel, the ball of your foot, and your toes (without much in between), you have high arches. This means your feet have an extra hard time absorbing impact and need extra cushioning and proper arch support.


We Provide a Easy and hassle free way to check on your Arch and pressure. Our CFOOT has the latest technology to Scan your Feet and provide a detail report on your Feet conditions. 

And IT's Free!

Just visit any one of 6 outlet below and our Friendly staff will attend to all your needs!

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