Diseases

Clubfoot

Clubfoot


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It associates to varying degrees permanent plantar flexion, supination (movement by which the outer edge of the foot is raised) and adduction (movement that brings a limb closer to the plane of symmetry of the body) that carry the sole of the foot inwards. and the point inwards.
The treatment of clubfoot requires physiotherapy (manipulation, splints) and must begin in the first days of life.



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