If your child walks with their feet turned inward at the toes, they may be described as being pigeon-toed. This “toeing in” of the feet occasionally occurs as your child is starting to learn to walk, and it may continue through toddlerhood. It is noticed more often in children than adults, but occasionally older people may experience it.

Pigeon-toed walking is rarely a major problem, and most often it goes away without treatment. But there are times in which it may impact your child’s lower extremities and hips.

If you are concerned about your child’s feet, call us today.


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