Re: 4 1/2 year old feet turn in.

Mark, my daughter always seemed to have one foot turn in and the doctors never thought much of it. She is 13 now and just had knee surgery due to an injury. It got worse about 1 month before the injury. While in surgery the found that her knee cap wasn't in the right place. After surgery and rehab, her foot doesn't turn as much as it used to. The PT said it probably had something to do with things being misaligned. After researching alot about knees I found it can cause the foot to turn in some. It is worth seeing a pediatric orthopedic if for no other reason than to put your mind at ease.

Posted By freerefills on September 17, 2008 at 16:16:11:

In Reply to: 4 1/2 year old feet turn in. posted by Mark on August 04, 2008 at 13:41:53:

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