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How is pronation corrected?

Pronation can be corrected by using inserts that support the arches, preventing your feet from flattening and your ankles dropping inward. Additionally, shoes labeled as “stabilizers” are designed to provide the support needed for over-pronators. Additionally, exercises that strengthen the hips, calves and foot muscles can help.

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