(pes planus) refer to a change in foot shape in which the foot does not have a normal arch when standing.
A flatfoot may cause no symptoms. Symptoms of flatfoot include pain that may be in the inside arch, heel, or ankle and on the outside of the foot just below the ankle. Flattening of the arch can lead to rolling in of the foot and ankle and tilting outward of the heel. Flatfoot can also cause shin pain (shin splints), and aching of the knee, hip, and/or lower back. This really depends on the type and severity of the flatfoot.
Dr.foot offer podiatry services for any kind of pes planus (flat foot):
The softer accommodative orthotics are molded according to your condition and provide painful feet with plenty of cushioning support for your feet.