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    I recommend investing in Orthotics, as someone previously mentioned. Usually, flat feet may yield no discomfort. However, repeated footwork, running, etc. can trigger shin splints and other painful consequences. Good luck!

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    Quote Originally Posted by alexh View Post
    Heel pain in the morning is possibly a symptom of plantar fasciitis (google it!) But there could be other causes instead. Check with a doctor or physiotherapist or podiatrist, and ask them whether you're using the right sort of insoles.
    i dont' think i have plantar fasciiteis. but the pain would be aournd my heel and goes up the back of my heel,just below the ankle,not toward the front of the foot.and yes,i've sprainined my ankle before.

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    I think I am suffering from plantar fasciitis...still no cure for it...acupuncture only relieve my pain temporally.

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    Hmm.. I also have flat feet but I wear custom made orthotics underneath my yonex insoles. I haven't had any issues except some occasional pain.

    Anyone know if the increased height will affect my badminton? Would it be a good idea if I removed the orthotics from badminton use?

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    Quote Originally Posted by blackvictor View Post
    Hmm.. I also have flat feet but I wear custom made orthotics underneath my yonex insoles. I haven't had any issues except some occasional pain.

    Anyone know if the increased height will affect my badminton? Would it be a good idea if I removed the orthotics from badminton use?
    Assuming your orthotic is not super thin, using that with the yonex insole is going to increase the height. Which can lead to ankle injuries if not careful. And your heel will feel like the shoe can slip off easily.

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    Quote Originally Posted by blackvictor View Post
    Hmm.. I also have flat feet but I wear custom made orthotics underneath my yonex insoles. I haven't had any issues except some occasional pain.

    Anyone know if the increased height will affect my badminton? Would it be a good idea if I removed the orthotics from badminton use?

    Hi blackvictor, I agree with visor's opinion. What I do now is that I removed the yonex insole and only use the orthotics. My orthotics have just enough cushioning and so far so good.

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    orthotics meant for all kind of shoes?

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    Quote Originally Posted by rapidfire View Post
    orthotics meant for all kind of shoes?
    Yes. I put them in my dress shoes, running shoes & badminton shoes.

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    Quote Originally Posted by !┐Clue?! View Post
    Yes. I put them in my dress shoes, running shoes & badminton shoes.

    Yep, same here!

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