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Reflexology to prevent foot inversion and eversion

Updated: Jan 12




Varus and eversion are two different foot deformities with different symptoms and characteristics:

### Varus feet (collapsed arches, flat feet):

1. Arch Collapse: A pronated foot may manifest itself as a collapse of the arch of the foot, increasing the area of ​​the sole of the foot that contacts the ground.

2. Foot Pain: Club feet may cause pain in the bottom of the foot, heel, or medial malleolus area.

3. Foot Fatigue: Due to structural changes in the feet, fatigue may occur when standing or walking for long periods of time.

4. Knee and lower back discomfort: Varus feet may cause the knees to tilt inward, affecting the alignment of the legs, knees, and lower back.

5. Limited foot movement: Varus feet may limit the range of foot movement, affecting the comfort of walking and exercise.

### Foot eversion:

1. Hux valgus: A valgus foot may cause the big toe to turn outward, forming what is called a "hallux valgus."

2. Pressure on the outside of the foot: When the foot pronates, the outside of the foot may bear excessive pressure, causing pain or discomfort.

3. Uneven shoe wear: Wearing ill-fitting shoes for a long time may cause more obvious wear on the outside of the shoe.

4. Toenail Problems: Since the overturned foot may cause extra pressure on the toenail, it may cause toenail problems such as compression of the toenail.

5. Valgus Foot Appearance: The appearance of a valgus foot may be noticeable, especially when the foot is exposed.


Foot reflexology plays an important role in foot health and helps prevent potential damage caused by pronation and pronation of the foot. Varus and eversion are two common problems caused by structural abnormalities in the foot, which can cause imbalance and affect overall quality of life. Tiny blood vessels promote blood circulation in the feet. Varus and eversion can cause imbalance and tension in the incisional foot, and microscopic blood vessels increase blood flow, oxygen, and nutrient supply, helping to minimize incisional tension and reduce perceived pain. Massaging the plantar reflex zones can also have a positive impact on the foot structure. The plantar reflex zones are connected to organs and systems throughout the body, and by massaging these areas, the nervous system can be stimulated. Foot massage can also enhance arch support. Varus and eversion are often associated with arch problems, and massage can prevent these foot problems by stimulating the soles of the feet and improving the stability and strength of the arches. Combined with appropriate massage techniques and frequency, it can help maintain the good condition of the feet, improve the comfort and functionality of the feet, and allow us to better cope with the challenges of daily life.


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