Foot function during gait and parental perceived outcome in older children with symptomatic club foot deformity
Aims To assess if older symptomatic children with club foot deformity differ in perceived disability and foot function during gait, depending on initial treatment with Ponseti or surgery, compared to a control group. Second aim was to investigate correlations between foot function during gait and perceived disability in this population.
Methods In all, 73 children with idiopathic club foot were included: 31 children treated with the Ponseti method ...Expand abstract
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