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Who is most at risk for high-arched feet?

Most people who suffer from the deformity of high-arched feet have a neurological disorder. Charcot-Marie-Tooth disease is the most common cause of high-arched feet. Cerebral palsy, polio, and spina bifida are other examples of disorders that increase the risk of high-arched feet. High-arched feet that are not caused by a neurological disorder are uncommon.

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