“pigeon toed” does not necessarily lead to injury or pain and this is why it may go untreated in some children and follow them into adulthood.
Being pigeon toed is common in children, and if the condition is not correctly addressed it continues into adulthood. What causes this condition, and what’s a pigeon-toed adult to do? Pigeon toe (aka: “intoed foot”) may be caused by biomechanical, physiological and/or.
We'll also discuss how to handle it in children, and how adults can still at this age will wind up walking with this stance into adulthood.
Pigeon toes, or intoeing, describes a condition where your toes turn in while you' re walking or running. It's more commonly seen in children than in adults, and.