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Non-surgical treatment of clubfoot

Posted on May 21st, 2013 No Comments

Regardless of severity, the initial treatment for clubfoot deformity is nonsurgical by means of manipulation and casting, which requires certain expertise.

In order to get the best results, clubfoot should be treated early in a child’s life. In the U.S., clubfoot is usually corrected through a method known as the Ponseti method, which manipulates the foot slowly by stretching then casting it multiple times.  This is usually done for a period of two to three months, at the end of which the Achilles tendon is lengthened and a final cast worn for three weeks. This allows the tendon to heal and the foot to be moved to the correct final position.

Unfortunately, reports show that clubfoot is a birth defect linked to the use of the antidepressant Zoloft during pregnancy. If you or someone you know has birth defects like club foot due to using Zoloft, contact the legal team of Williams Kherkher today by calling 800-641-9810 and learn more about taking legal action against the responsible party.

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