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Does overpronation cause hip pain?

Asked 2 years ago

I have severe overpronation. My arches have completely collapsed in my feet causing them to rotate inwards. It's causing great pain in my feet and ankles because the padding of my feet can't absorb the shock. I have also noticed over time that my hip pain is getting worse. I haven't injured it or anything, so I'm confused as to why it's so bad. Is it possible that have overpronation can cause pain in the hips?

Abel Austin

Monday, June 06, 2022

With overpronation, the legs rotate inward, and the hip joints become misaligned. Consequently, loading the feet places additional stress on the hip and the entire leg muscles. The result of the malalignment is a pain in the hip joint, making it difficult to walk.

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