Fallen Transverse Arch Treatment in Vancouver
The transverse arch runs from the outside of the foot at the big toe to the outside of the foot by the little toe. Symptoms connected with a fallen transverse arch can include, hammer toes, instability in the ankles, corns and calluses on the bottom of the foot, and pain in the foot and ankle. Poor posture, back, neck, hip and knee pain, headaches, muscle fatigue and aching joints can all be caused by a fallen, or dropped, transverse arch.
Hycroft Medical Building
114-3195 Granville Street
Have your questions about Fallen Transverse Arch answered by Dr. Michael Horowitz by calling 604-737-3668 or by filling out the form below. He will respond promptly.