Toddler with curly toes

I've recently noticed that my daughter has what I think is called "congenital curly toes". On both feet, toes 3-5 curl over to the side. The 3rd toe curls so much that it is consistently underneath the 2nd toe on both feet. We are seeing her pediatrician next week and I'm curious if we should see a podiatrist.

Is there any pain associated with this condition?
What is usually done to correct it (if anything) and at what age?

Posted By Stacey on March 30, 2006 at 16:15:53:

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