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Flat Feet: everything you need to know

ALL ABOUT FLAT FEET WEBINAR, Worcester, Westborough, Central Massachusetts

Flat Feet: everything you need to know


Do you suffer from flat feet? Are you wondering what you can do to get more comfort? Some people develop flat feet as they age, while others have them from birth. Flat feet cause other problems in the back and knee.

If you want to learn more, watch this Zoom Webinar given by Dr. Feldman, Dr. Pelto, Dr. Saviet, and Dr. Kellner in which they discuss everything you need to know about flat feet.  

In the webinar, the doctors at Central Massachusetts Podiatry will go over: How flat feet affect children and adults? What shoes are best? When do you need orthotics? How to determine the severity of the flat feet based on x-rays?

Also, they discuss when you would benefit from braces or even surgery. At the end, there was a period of question and answer where they answered the question, "Should we correct flat feet in children with surgery?"

Give us a call at 508-757-4003 or text 508-625-7775 for a visit.

Central Massachusetts Podiatry Central Massachusetts Podiatry Call 508-757-4003 or Text 508-625-7775 for an appointment in Worcester and Westborough. Same day visits might be available. New patients can book their first visit on our website.

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