We can beat flat feet!

Flat feet or fallen arches can make it tough for individuals to find shoes that fit properly. We are here for you! These individuals usually either want arch support to re-align their arch or they need completely neutral shoes to let their feet relax. During our customized fit process we work through what will work best for your individual needs.

Products That Help


Orthotics support the arch. Arches that have collapsed tend to feel at ease when we put a pair of our orthotics in the footwear.


There is no one size fits all solution when it comes to footwear and individuals with flat feet. Through our Stride Analysis and fit process we work with you to find the correct shoe for your individual needs.


This is a popular item due to the price and functionality. Rolling the arch with a Foot Rubz product helps loosen the plantar fascia, increase blood flow and feels incredible. You can throw it in the freezer and roll a cold Foot Rubz to help with inflammation as well.


Have specific questions on the products or the fit process? Feel free to call us.

Northland: 816-741-8800
Lee's Summit: 816-600-2688
Mission: 913-400-2013

Advice That Helps

Dr PeteKC North Spine and Joint North
There are two types of flat feet: actual flat feet and feet with collapsed arches. This is apparent normally because you’ve either had flat feet your whole life or you used to have arches and now you don’t. Actual flat feet need less arch support and collapsed arches need much more arch support.
Dr LaurenKC North Spine and Joint
Flat feet from collapsed arches can benefit from barefoot balance exercises. This helps wake up the arch muscles.
Dr JustinKC North Spine And Joint
Flat feet from collapsed arches can lead to many of the common foot complaints, like plantar fasciitis, stress fractures, bunions, Morton’s Neuroma, Achilles tendinitis, and others. If you have collapsed arches, then be proactive now with arch-building exercises and supportive footwear before it leads to much greater problems.
Dr JordanKC North Spine And Joint
Walking barefoot in the grass or on field turf is a great exercise that benefits flat feet.
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