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Arch Enemy?


Don’t let flat feet be your nemesis.


Flat feet - a very common condition that can be hereditary or acquired as a result of a collapsed arch. Without an arch, the foot tends to roll inwards causing instability in your feet and ankles. The continuous strain can lead to ligament and tendon problems as well as intense pain in your feet and lower legs.


If you’re experiencing symptoms of painful flat feet, Dr. Eric Arp can eliminate your arch enemy.


Since 1996, Dr. Eric Arp has performed hundreds of successful flat foot reconstruction procedures and is the region’s most experienced podiatric surgeon. During the outpatient reconstruction procedure, Dr. Arp creates structure for the mid-foot bones and better alignment for the arch, which significantly reduces pain and improves stability in the foot and ankle. Patients benefit from decreased pain, enhanced mobility & improved quality of life.


BEFORE Flat Foot Reconstruction Procedure AFTER


Toll Free 1-888-425-7363 • (870) 425-7363 Patient Testimonials: ArpFootAndAnkle.com 801 South College Street • Mountain Home, Arkansas


Schedule your Flat Foot evaluation with Dr. Arp today by calling (870) 425-7363.


For more information on treatments and Flat Foot Reconstruction, visit:


ArpFootandAnkle.com


LIVING WELL ❚ MAY/JUNE 2018 ❚ 33


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