This is a condition where the knees are outside the midline of the upper and or lower legs. This can be to the point where the ankles are touching without the knee’s being able to touch one another.
Bow legs unlike knock knees is not a normal part of the developmental process for kids. Although a wide base of gait (distance between the feet) is normal for kids aged between 1 and 3 this is not “bow legs” so to speak. It’s important if you feel your child has bow legs to have this checked to help rule out the following:
With no referral needed! You have the opportunity to address your concerns at Melbourne Sports Podiatry today. Our Sports Podiatrists are experienced with bow legs and many other conditions in the foot ankle and leg. So don’t wait, book the next available appointment today.
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