Kids Feet
Kids Feet 

Children’s feet and legs develop rapidly, and there are a surprising number of common foot problems that can be difficult for parents to identify.

What are the biggest problems with little feet?

Children can experience everything from delayed walking, tippy-toeing, flat feet and bowed legs, pigeon toeing and clumsiness, ingrown toenails, plantar warts and more. It is important for parents to understand how to properly care for growing feet. This includes whom to turn to for professional advice and can prevent these conditions from developing or progressing

Common Conditions Seen in Children 


  • Flat feet/fallen arches/rolled-in feet

  • In-toeing (pigeon toed)

  • Out-toeing

  • Walking on tip-toes

  • Slow to begin walking

  • Knock-kneed

  • Bowlegged

  • Leg length difference

  • Clumsiness or poor balance

  • Growing pains

  • Limping

  • Low muscle tone

  • Oddly shaped toes (curly/clawed)

  • Ingrown toenails

  • Bunions or other deformities

  • Callous/corns

  • Warts

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