Pronated feet often look flat, but not all flat feet are pronated.
I know, it sounds confusing! The difference is important though and a Podiatrist will be able to help you diagnosis the difference.
Flat feet are usually not a problem; it’s the pronated feet that need help.
Our website gives some practical advice to help you distinguishing between the two. If you have pronated feet wearing a Footlogics orthotic suitable for what you do may help reduce pain and discomfort.
To see a Podiatrist and get an exact diagnosis - give our friends at Foot Mechanics Podiatry a call. They have clinics across the North Island and highly trained staff. Otherwise a great first step would be to try the Footlogics Comfort for general day-today wear or the Footlogics Sport if you’re playing sports.