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Club Foot

Also known as: Club Foot

What is Clubfoot in Babies?

Clubfoot is a hereditary condition that is diagnosed soon after birth, or via ultrasound prior to birth. One or both of the affected child’s feet turn inward and point in a downward direction.

Clubfoot Treatment Options

A pediatric orthopedist can coordinate a wide range of treatments to correct clubfoot, including casting, physical therapy and surgery, when necessary.

Early Clubfoot Treatment

If left untreated, clubfoot can result in developmental difficulties. Physicians at Nicklaus Children's are experts in the evaluation and treatment of clubfoot in children.



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