Treatment in adults generally consists of wearing spacious, comfortable shoes with good arch support. Your doctor may recommend padding for the heel (heel cup) or orthotic shoe devices, which are molded pieces of rubber, leather, metal, plastic, or other synthetic material that are inserted into a shoe. They balance the foot in a neutral position and cushion the foot from excessive pounding. Step back with one foot, keeping that legstraight at the knee, and both feet flat on the floor. Your feet should pointdirectly at the wall or slightly in toward the center of your body. Keep theknee of the leg nearest the wall centered over the ankle. Of the 25 patients seen, 21 were available for follow-up. The sample consisted of 17 females and 4 males with a mean age of 57 years. After calculating a body mass index for each patient, 86% were found to be overweight for their height and age,12 24% were diabetic, and 62% were hypertensive. Three individuals presented with deformity bilaterally. Orthotic treatment was determined by the prescribing orthopedic surgeon, usually as an effort to avoid surgery. All patients described varying levels of both medial and lateral pain before treatment, indicating that orthotic management was initiated late, often after bed rest, short leg cast, or pain-management injection treatments failed. Whether experiencing pain or not, the general public and many of patients are quite concerned about their flatfeet. As if the flatfoot is a ticking time bomb that will ruin their life, everyone wants to know what they can do for their flat feet! There is truth to when your feet hurt your whole body hurts, but often, the trick to keep your feet happy is not taking them under the knife. With that said, there are a considerable number of people who benefit greatly from surgical reconstruction of their foot. These people have exhausted all conservative treatments that have all failed to bring them relief. Increases in arch insert height were associated with demonstrated statistically significant changes in dynamic stability. The greatest improvement happened at the 66% arch height (Figure 6). During the single support phase of gait, subjects wearing the 66% arch height insert exhibited the lowest maximum and highest minimum values for medial-lateral COM-BOS difference (p < 0.04). These findings emphasis that orthotics are effective in reducing the motions of the foot and lower extremity in FFF individuals. They also indicate that an incremental increase in orthotic height does have a direct relationship to how much change will be observed in terms of maximum rearfoot and tibial internal rotation angles. The onset of sudden joint pain can be seen in acute conditions such as fractures or in chronic diseases such as lupus. The pain is usually severe and can affect the shoulders, fingers, elbows, hips, knees and toes. A bone scan is a medical imaging test that identifies areas of a patient’s bones that have an abnormal rate of metabolism. The test uses a radioactive tracer dye that may accumulate in bone areas because of a medical disorder. The use of electric muscle stimulation to shape your body keeps increasing in popularity across the nation. But the public's craving for a quick-fix solution has yet again proven ineffective.