Pes Cavus

Pes Cavus is a human foot type in which the sole of the foot is distinctly hollow when weight bearing. This can be a result of neurological, orthopedic, or neuromuscular complications. This means there is a fixed plantar flexion of the foot. It also commonly features a varus (inverted) hindfoot, a plantarflexed position of the first metatarsal, an adducted forefoot and dorsal contracture of the toes. This is also known as high instep, high arch, talipes cavus, cavoid foot and supinated foot. This condition is the opposite of those with flat feet.

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