Types of Feet: Can Foot Shape Determine Your Ancestry or Personality?

Flat feet, likewise alluded to as detective, pronounced foot, pes planus, and fallen curves are a distortion with different levels of actual effect. This condition in one/two feet can be passed down as an innate quality or may essentially create over the long run. Flat feet are portrayed by no curve; the whole bottom of your foot contacts, or almost contacts, the ground when standing.

Adaptable gumshoe is a typical type of detection that normally appears in youngsters and deteriorates with age. Adaptable gumshoe normally happens in the two feet and is portrayed by feet that are smooth, the curve gives way when the foot is supporting the body; however, it recovers its curve when the foot is loose.


Kids and youngsters 

Flat feet are basic in youngsters and are regularly brought about by: 

  • Heredity
  • Tight Achilles ligament
  • Laxity of tendons
  • Lack of foot workout 

Regularly a kid’s curves start creating at the outset and progress to typical curves in accordance with ordinary development designs. 


Grown-ups can foster flat feet through injury, strange joint development, tight Achilles’ ligament, proceeded with weights on the foot as well as its curve, or just as they age. 

Probably the most widely recognized reasons for flat feet in grown-ups are:

  • Achilles Equines’ contracture
  • Injured or failed ligaments
  • A coalition of rearfoot joints
  • Arthritis
  • Diabetes
  • Marfan condition
  • Obesity
  • Strain or overuse
  • Pregnancy
  • Cracks or injuries
  • Age 

Side effects and Identification

The most recognizable flat feet symbols [อาการ เท้า แบน, which is the term in Thai] are the lessening or absence of curves in your feet, particularly when weight-bearing, and weakness/pain along the internal side of your curves and feet.

A few issues brought about by flat feet include:

  • Inflammation of delicate tissue
  • Foot, heel, and lower leg torment
  • Curve, foot, and leg exhaustion
  • Hip, knee, and lower back torment
  • Abnormal strolling designs
  • Rolled-in lower legs
  • Shin braces
  • Hammertoe 
  • Bunions
  • Arthritis
  • Posterior tibial tendon dysfunction
  • Plantar fasciitis