I have a 2 1/2 yr old son who is very knock kneed. When I showed the doctor he noticed that he is also very flat footed. Don't know if one is causing the other. He referred us to a podiatrist to start. He said the flat foot is severe enough for a corrective insert but said he also has a femoral torsion. Said braces are not very effective just don't let him sleep on his tummy and make him sit indian style. I looked up FT and it talks about patients being toe-in he is not. When he runs his arch almost faces foreward. I am concerned and confused. He seems to be getting worse by the day. Anyone have a suggestion?Reply Follow This Thread Stop Following This Thread Flag this Discussion
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