Re: Pigeon-Toed Problems As An Adult

I understand your frustration and certainly can sympathize with your problem. But it is not productive or healthy to dwell or mistakes made in the past.
There are several possible causes for an in-toe gait. The origin can be from the hip, femur, tibia, ankle or foot. Some causes are more difficult to treat than others. At your age, regardless of the cause treatment can be frustrating.
The best thing to do is get information first. I recommend you see a podiatrist or orthopedist who will need to evaluate your gait and lower extremities.


Good luck

Posted By Vivian Abrams DPM on July 27, 2004 at 22:15:48:

In Reply to: Pigeon-Toed Problems As An Adult posted by Maggie on July 26, 2004 at 23:03:28:

The Shin Splint Compression Wrap applies gentle pressure on soft tissue next to the tibia (shin bone), helping prevent additional tearing of the soft tissue away from the tibia. Compression not only reduces additional damage, it alleviates pain and enhances the healing process.

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