From the Calgary Herald news article:
Childhood development can be a time of both excitement and stress. On the one hand, it is exciting for parents to document their baby’s progress. Who will forget that first smile or their first step?
But what if the parents notice that the first step is marked by a foot that turns in? And what if the toddler begins to stand and the feet are noticed to be flat? Or what negative thoughts pop up when the child’s knees are too far apart — or too close?
Intoeing, knock-knees, bowed legs, flat feet are all too common in the first few years of a child’s life. It can really upset some parents who are worried, not just about cosmetic appearances, but also about the child’s future as an athlete.
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