What is it?
A type of gait abnormality in which a child loses the right contact with the ground, a common condition found amongst toddlers and young adults.
what causes it?
Studies show that children with developmental problems or autism are more susceptible to toe walking.
A child who continues to walk in a flawed posture without any clinical intervention, may develop severe neuromuscular issues.
Some others affected by cerebral palsy lose their healthy posture and starts toe walking.
how can we help?
We often recommend custom anti-toe walking boots for children who are affected by this problem.
There are minimal side effects with this treatment and it is more cost-effective than other methods.
why choose us?
Early detection and treatment is always better for the affected person.
There are several anti-toe walking solutions available in Orthopaedia.