Causes of Intoeing




Dr. Roger Saldana, Pediatric Orthopedic Surgeon with Miami Orthopedics and Sports Medicine Institute at Baptist Children’s Hospital, says a lot of kids walk with their toes pointing towards each other. It could start in the thigh bone, the tibia and the foot.

“Any one of the bones of the lower extremity, if they are curved or twisted can cause it,” he says and points out they don’t use braces for treatment anymore.

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