What is the rate of incidence for high-arched feet?

Dr. Jeanne Morrison, PhD
Family Practitioner

Cases of high-arched feet are much rarer than cases of flat feet. Cases of high-arched feet that are inherited and not due to neurological disorders are particularly uncommon. Incidence rates are higher among those with certain neurological disorders.

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