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Ponseti training workshop at Grey's

News24 - Oct 18, 2016
Steps, a non-profit organisation focused on helping children born with clubfoot, in partnership with Grey's Hospital, held a Ponseti training workshop on Friday, training orthopedic surgeons, occupational therapists, physios, nurses, plaster ...

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My MMA News.com (registration) - Oct 16, 2016
Clubfoot results from abnormal development of the muscles, tendons and bones of the fetus. Shortened tendons and ligaments on the inside of the lower leg lead to the foot turning inward. A tight Achilles tendon contributes to the rigidity of the foot ...

This Keralite beat his crippling disability to craft his own destiny | Pix, video

onmanorama - Oct 18, 2016
The story of Bengaluru-based personal fitness trainer Shreejith Nair in one word would be 'wow'. As a boy with congenital clubfoot (a congenital deformity that severely twists the foot downward and inward, making walking difficult or impossible), life ...

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Clubfoot books

The Parents' Guide to Clubfoot

by: Betsy Miller
About one in every thousand babies born each year has clubfoot, a disorder that affects foot and calf muscles. Because treatment usually begins soon after birth and continues for several years, parents play a key role in the treatment of clubfoot and need to be able to communicate effectively with their child's doctor. The Parents' Guide to Clubfoot is the only book about clubfoot that is written for parents so they can learn everything they need to know about their child's condition. It is an all-in-one resource with medical information, advice from parents, comments from clubfoot experts, and even an illustrated story for preschoolers that parents can read aloud to their children.
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Congenital Clubfoot: Fundamentals of Treatment

by: Ignacio Ponseti
Clubfoot is the most common congenital foot deformity. The great majoriy of clubfeet can be corrected in infancy in just a few weeks when treated by expert orthopaedic surgeons. The best and safest treatment is manipulation followed by the application of a plaster cast.
This book describes the best and safest treatment for the most common clubfoot deformities. It provides a sound introduction to the theory underlying the approach, and gives full practical details to enable clinicians to carry out the procedures with confidence.
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My baby brother has Happy Feet: Clubfoot story helping older siblings to understand

by: Rebecca Harding
A beautiful book from the eyes of a four year old, talking about her baby brother who was born with bilateral talipes, perfect book to buy your older child/children if you are expecting a Happy feet baby.
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Clubfoot the avenger;: Being some further adventures of Desmond Okewood, of the secret service,

by: Valentine Williams
Solid binding; some shelf wear to covers; light page tanning
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clubfoot / talipes equinovarus / TEV

This video explain the etiology, clinical presentation, incidence, types and management of clubfoot. It provides excellent overview for this condition and helps the ...

For Children With Clubfoot, Treatment Can Be Life Changing | Short Film Showcase

One out of every thousand children is born with an abnormality called clubfoot, which causes the feet or ankles to be twisted. The process to treat clubfoot is ...

Ponseti Method for Clubfoot

American Family Children's Hospital performs the Ponseti approach provides a non-surgical alternative treatment for young children who are born with club foot.

Kinesiotaping for Clubfoot | St. Louis Children's Hospital

Paul Jenkins, one of the physical therapists at St. Louis Children's hospital gives a step-by-step tutorial outlining kinesiotaping techniques for clubfoot. Clubfoot ...