Scoliosis is a three dimensional deformity of spine in which spine get deform and bend on either side of body. Early diagnosis of scoliosis can give better chances of correction as spine becomes more rigid with increasing age. Treatment can be started in very early age group so that angle of scoliosis can either reverse or stable with increasing age. Sometimes it remains unnoticeable till adolescent age group when curve start appearing. That’s why routine

Flat Foot Treatment

Posted by Child on  September 16, 2019

Flat foot (also called pes planus or fallen arches) is a postural deformity in which the gap between foot and the floor collapse, with the entire sole of the foot coming into complete or near-complete contact with the ground. Flat foot may involve either one or both the feet of a child. Children with flat foot have abnormal shoe wear and tear. However, the symptoms of flat foot differ from one individual to another. Some
Absence of Medial arch or if your baby’s foot is touching the ground is known as flat foot. There are different reasons for flat foot… 1. Hyperlaxity of joints 2. Chubby soles of infants and toddlers 3. Pathological like Vertical Talus/ oblique Talus Vertical Talus is not very common but one of the cause of Pathological Flat foot. In this Talus (Ankle Bone ) is facing downwards and results in Flat foot. In this, the
Yes, It’s correctable…,!!! At this age child needs serial plaster cast followed by surgery and tendon transfer if required. Best part is that Clubfoot is correctable even at this age or even more. Dr Nargesh Agrawal is the renowned Paediatric Orthopaedic Surgeon . He has done more than 500 Clubfoot or CTEV correction with very high success rate. His approach and knowledge towards ctev is excellent . He has many national and international research work

Is Clubfoot or CTEV correctable??

Posted by Child on  September 6, 2019

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Yes , it is correctable. Clubfoot or CTEV is one of the most common Paediatric Orthopaedic problems in child. It can be corrected easily with serial plaster technique. Treatment of Clubfoot should be started as early as possible from first week of life (first day of life). 1. Child’s bone and joints are soft and easily stretchable with cast. Number of cast required for correction may be lesser. 2. Early treatment gives you better results