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. It is much more common for a baby to have a foot turned inward due to positioning, but these feet are very flexible and can easily be straightened with gentle manipulation. Newborns with a club foot are often treated with bracing, physical therapy, casting, and/or surgery.
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|Newborn with Club Foot||Baby With Clubfoot||Baby with Clubfeet||Club Foot Casting Treatment|
|Casting for Club Foot||Clubfoot Treatment 'After' Photo||Bracing Bar for Clubfoot|
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