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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). Manipulation or stretching exercises are very effective and necessary for treatment of Clubfoot or CTEV. Correct way of doing exercises and frequency of doing exercises is very important. Exercises should be continued for

Is the Bar or Rod is necessary in Clubfoot braces?

Posted by Child on  September 6, 2019

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Why braces are for so long time?? 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). Treatment of Clubfoot includes serial plaster cast (Ponseti technique) 3-5 plasters on weekly intervals followed by tenotomy if required. Braces or DB splint is to be

What is Tenotomy in Clubfoot treatment and is it mandatory?

Posted by Child on  September 6, 2019

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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). Treatment of Clubfoot includes serial plaster cast (Ponseti technique) 3-5 plasters on weekly intervals followed by tenotomy if required. Tenotomy is now a integral part of Ponseti technique of Clubfoot treatment but not

When should I start treatment of my baby’s Clubfoot (CTEV) ?

Posted by Child on  September 6, 2019

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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 casts required for correction may be lesser. 2. Early treatment gives you better results with better compliance during brace
growth pain
Does your child wake up  in night while sleeping? if yes then it could be growing pain. Children during their growth spurts experience pain in body , mainly in lower limbs. Preschool age(3-5 years ) and preteen age (8-12 years ) is more commonly involved. Pain is vague and not localised to one limb and is generally more severe in night time. Mostly pain is in front of leg, calf muscle and thigh area. Sometimes