High arched feet (cavus foot) are common and do not require treatment if they are not causing symptoms. Many professional athletes have subtle high arches, which allow high-level performance.
High arches can lead to pain and overload of the outer part of the foot. High arches can be a problem if
Painless bilateral high arches do not require treatment. For painful high arches orthotic treatment and supportive shoes should be trialed. Surgery is sometimes needed and is customized according to your foot.
Moderates to severe high arches usually require a combination of procedures. This usually involves releasing tight structures plus tendon transfer plus realignment of the heel bone and first ray.
Severe high arches with arthritis change usually require release of tight structures plus fusion of the affect joint.