Problem description: Our daughter is 3 years old and 9 months old. When she walks, her toes are a little bit inward. When she ran, her knees were very close, and her feet were thrown out. The protruding bones on the inner side of the knee are obvious, and the bones on the inner side of the knee are more protruding when you look at the legs. Today, I took a physical examination and showed me my legs, and the conclusion was that it was an X-leg type, and the treatment plan given was to wear an orthopedic frame.
Question date:2021-05-19
Patient information:Age: 3 years old Gender: Female
Question analysis: Hello, according to the described symptoms, it is the performance of knee varus, which leads to the development of the knee joint deformity.
Guiding suggestions: This condition is often related to family inheritance, calcium deficiency and vitamin D deficiency, and improper standing and walking posture for a long time. It is possible to correct itself before the age of two. Consider using external fixation brackets to help with correction.
Recommendations are for reference only. If the problem is serious, please go to the hospital for detailed inspection