How To Fix Fallen Arches | Outside Magazine

Build strength and alignment to help eliminate overpronation and protect your feet and ankles. Our bodies are a bit like buildings: the physical structure is constantly resisting gravity. Now, imagine a skyscraper with a collapsed foundation—it’s not just the ground floors that are compromised: the entire architecture is at stake. Our feet and ankles are our foundation, and weaknesses here can lead to a host of issues elsewhere. Fallen arches—also known as overpronation—are a common source of local foot and ankle issues and can lead to issues further upstream, in the knees, hips, and spine.