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Yes there are. What you can do is place a towel on the floor in front of you, and then, in unison with both feet, use your toes to draw the towel closer by curling your toes under, then repeat. Do this until you feel a bit tired and/or stop before there is any pain. Repeat this every other day, just like other strength training exercises. You should notice results after a couple of weeks.

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People can develop fallen arches, which are painful, but this is not the same as having flattened arches. Flat feet are congenital.

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