My 7 year old son seems to always walk on his toes, especially in the morning. He says his legs hurt him too bad to put his whole foot down.
Yesterday and today he is so sore he does not want to walk, he crawled out of bed and down the stairs and wanted to be carried all day. When he walks, he is on the tips on his toes all day and last night. He did have a fairly physical week last week in gym class, but he always seems to walk on his toes and complain of leg pain. This has been going on pretty frequently in the past year or so. Any ideas of what could be his problem?
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