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Club Foot

Club foot is a common disorder in which one or both of a baby's feet are turned inward and downward and can't easily be moved into a normal position. Learn about the diagnosis and treatment of newborns with clubfeet.

Club Foot Picture Gallery
Pictures of babies with a club foot deformity, both before and after they have been treated with casting.

Club Foot Picture
Review a picture of a baby with a club foot.

Clubfoot - ADAM Health Encyclopedia
A clubfoot is a foot disorder where the foot turns inward and downward at birth (and remains tight in this position, resisting realignment). Learn about the symptoms, diagnosis, and treatment of babies with clubfeet.

Club Foot Repair - ADAM Health Encyclopedia
Learn about the procedure to repair a club foot deformity in babies born with a club foot, including casting and surgery.

Clubfoot - Information About Clubfoot Deformity
Clubfoot is a congenital deformity seen in newborn children. Clubfoot causes the feet to point down and inwards. The treatment for clubfoot begins immediately after the child is born.

Clubfoot - The Ponseti Method
Practical tips for taking care of your child being treated for a clubfoot, including how to take a bath with casts on, getting around, wearing clothes with braces, etc. Plus general info on the Ponseti method of treating kids with a clubfoot.

Clubfoot - March of Dimes
Clubfoot is a common birth defect of the ankle and foot. It can be mild or severe and it can involve one foot or both. About 1 out of every 735 babies born in the U.S. each year is affected. Get information about clubfoot and other foot defects from the March of Dimes.

The Club Foot Club
The Club Foot is a place for parents of babies with a club foot to get support, learn about clubfeet, read personal stories, donate used orthotics, or sponsor a child's treatment.

nosurgery4clubfoot : Yahoo Message Group
A message group where parents can get support and advice for caring for their baby with a club foot, especially about non-surgical methods of treating club foot, such os the Ponseti Method.

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