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Most people's feet point straight ahead or outward. In some people, however, the feet point inward. This is called intoeing (say "in-toe-ing"), or "pigeon toes." Intoeing is very common in young children. Most of the time, intoeing goes away without any treatment at all. In a few children, it doesn't get better on its own and must be treated. Intoeing usually doesn't cause serious problems, even if it doesn't go away by itself. Intoeing doesn't cause arthritis or clumsiness. Sometimes children with intoeing have problems getting shoes that fit, because of the curve of their feet. This fitting problem might make parents consider treatment for their child. Most braces, shoe inserts and special shoes are expensive and don't fix the problem.

There are three causes of intoeing in healthy children. They are metatarsus adductus, internal tibial torsion and excessive femoral anteversion
RECOMMENDATIONS: Very few children have a severe twist in the tibia (leg bone) or femur (thigh bone), which might bother them because of the appearance. Sometimes this problem requires surgery. If the intoeing is coming from the foot, a shoe with a straight last is preferred. We recommend that you see a doctor for an accurate diagnosis.
Sometimes confused with intoeing is a condition called pronation or flat feet in children, for which we do recommend our arch supports and/or orthopedic childrens shoes.

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