Topic Archives: Rotational deformities

Nov 13, 2016, 5:16 PM
​Curly toes often present to the podiatrist and the question always remains, do we treat or leave them alone? I often find these kids coming in to see me when they are 3 or 4 years old with very concerned parents questioning the implications of not treating this toe deformity.
Aug 18, 2016, 9:26 AM
Bow legs is a common complaint seen by podiatrist. It is often when a child begins to stand and walk, that the appearance of their legs triggers parental concern. But how much is too much and what can Podiatrists do?
Jun 7, 2016, 9:06 PM
Clinicians often find themselves debating with themselves; to treat or not to treat. This is an everyday occurrence when working with infants, toddlers and children. We work on the principle of “do no harm” however how does “no action” sit within that framework? This applies to many aspects of podiatry but often surrounding the paediatric flat foot, intoe gait and metatarsus adductus. In this three-part members only blog series we have separated metatarsus adductus and intoeing due to the different approaches with treatment. Log into the members area for more….