>Health and Nutrition>Mild PF? Need for more stability?
Sorry your ducks are bumming you out. I forwarded a link of your post to Jim, as I don't think he checks in here regularly.
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I had high arches as a kid too. About the time I started a stay-on-your-feet-all-day job they decided they wanted to fall down. I also got PF shortly after that too, though I didn't know what it was.
What you haven't done yet is put a cuboid pad or a post on the bottom of your OTC arch support, and this could be just enough to tip the balance towards healing.
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