Well child lower extremity developmental conditions

Some conditions involving lower extremity developmental concerns are just standard variations on normal growth and development. Others require some extra care. Our team of pediatric orthopedic-trained nurse practitioners and physician assistants will use their expertise to determine whether your child needs treatment, then collaborate with physical therapists and other specialists to make it happen.

Common conditions

  • Intoeing 
    • Femoral anteversion
    • Tibia torsion
    • Metatatarsus adductus
  • Outtoeing
  • Toe walking
  • Knock knees (genu valgum)
  • Bow legs (genu varum)
  • Flat feet (pes planus)
In addition to our specialized knowledge in caring for children’s specific health needs, we offer many on-site, in-clinic services that save you and your child precious time. This includes access to immediate radiology services and consultation, casting and bracing with a pediatric orthotist for specialized braces, and weekly clinics dedicated to patients with lower extremity developmental conditions.