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Pes Cavus foot is a condition in which the foot has a very high arch. Because of this high arch, an excessive amount of weight is placed on the ball and heel of the foot when walking or standing. Pes cavus foot can lead to a variety of signs and symptoms, such as pain and instability. It can develop at any age and can occur in one or both feet.
Pes cavus foot problem is the opposite of the flat foot. Pes cavus foot is usually nervous, that is, after the neurological diseases, it emerges.
Cavus foot is often caused by a neurologic disorder or other medical condition, such as cerebral palsy, Charcot-Marie-Tooth disease, spina bifida, polio, muscular dystrophy or stroke.
Other caused is inherited structural abnormality
The arch of a cavus foot will appear high even when standing. In addition, one or more of the following symptoms may be present:
Hammer toes (bent toes) or claw toes (toes clenched like a fist)
Calluses on the ball, side or heel of the foot
Pain when standing or walking
An unstable foot due to the heel tilting inward, which can lead to ankle sprains
Some people with cavus foot may also experience foot drop, a weakness of the muscles in the foot and ankle that results in dragging the foot when taking a step. Foot drop is usually a sign of an underlying neurologic condition.
Also it can be painful below area of the body