Pronating arches?

Answer Mostly the muscles in the ankle control pronation or suppination ( did I spell that right). The calf muscles control the Achilles tendon. The exterior ankle muscles are not strong enough to keep th... Read More »

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How Do I Know if I Have Fallen Arches?

Fallen arches occur when the arch of the foot weakens over time, making the entire sole of the foot flat. Various factors can cause fallen arches, including genes, obesity, normal wear and tear, fo... Read More »

DIY Wedding Arches?

A wedding arch is a structure used during the wedding ceremony to frame the couple as they get married. Arches come in many shapes and can be made from materials including wood, plastic and metal. ... Read More »

How to Roll Arches?

This article would benefit from step-by-step photos. You can help wikiHow by adding photos to this article. Click here for instructions. Notice added on 2009-03-13.Ever wanted to wow your friends w... Read More »

How to Avoid Fallen Arches?

Fallen arches are very painful and problematic issues with feet of all ages. The easiest way to explain this medical issue that effects millions every year, is that the structural support has loose... Read More »