My child is six years old and had relapse of Clubfoot Deformity….is it correctable now ?

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 on Clubfoot or CTEV. He runs his Clubfoot clinic on Friday morning and Saturday evening at Sant Parmanand Hospital, Civil Lines, New Delhi.

For appointment with Dr Nargesh Agrawal contact on:
+91-9899930767 | [email protected] | childorthocare.com

Is Clubfoot or CTEV correctable??

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 with better compliance during brace treatment.

So every effort should be made to start best possible treatment for Clubfoot or CTEV for your baby.

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 on Clubfoot or CTEV. He runs his Clubfoot clinic on Friday morning and Saturday evening at Sant Parmanand Hospital, Civil Lines, New Delhi.

For appointment with Dr Nargesh Agrawal contact on:
+91-9899930767 | [email protected] | childorthocare.com

What is role of manipulation exercises in Clubfoot or CTEV treatment?

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 long time even Correction of Clubfoot has been achieved for proper maintenance.

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 on Clubfoot or CTEV. He runs his Clubfoot clinic on Friday morning and Saturday evening at Sant Parmanand Hospital, Civil Lines, New Delhi.
For appointment with Dr Nargesh Agrawal contact on:
+91-9899930767 | [email protected] | childorthocare.com

Is the Bar or Rod is necessary in Clubfoot braces?

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 used 23 hours a day for first three months, thereafter only at night and Nap time, whenever child sleeps till age of five years.
Bar or Rod is integral part of Clubfoot braces and is necessary to keep foot in correct position. Braces are used till five years of age to avoid chances of relapse. Separate shoes without Bar or Rod in Clubfoot braces are ineffective and leads to early and more chances of recurrence of Clubfoot Deformity.

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 on Clubfoot or CTEV. He runs his Clubfoot clinic on Friday morning and Saturday evening at Sant Parmanand Hospital, Civil Lines, New Delhi.
For appointment with Dr Nargesh Agrawal contact on:
+91-9899930767 | [email protected] | childorthocare.com

What is Tenotomy in Clubfoot treatment and is it mandatory?

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 required in all cases(15-20 percent) Many children are treated with serial casting only.
Tenotomy is very minor procedure done under local anaesthesia with no side effects. The tendon that we cut in Tenotomy regenerate by itself completely without affecting leg strength and movements.

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 on Clubfoot or CTEV. He runs his Clubfoot clinic on Friday morning and Saturday evening at Sant Parmanand Hospital, Civil Lines, New Delhi.
For appointment with Dr Nargesh Agrawal contact on:
+91-9899930767 | [email protected] | childorthocare.com