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What increases my risk for high-arched feet?

Dr. Jeanne Morrison, PhD
Family Practitioner

Neurological disorders like polio and stroke can increase the risk for high-arched feet. Other examples include cerebral palsy, spina bifida, and muscular dystrophy, and spinal cord tumors. A family history of high-arched feet also indicates a higher risk.

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