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What is in-toeing?

In-toeing is a term used to describe a tendency for first-time walkers to turn their feet inward. For most toddlers, this condition is painless and typically corrects as the child grows. Most children in-toe because of a slight rotation of the bones in the lower legs, which usually corrects with age. Your pediatrician will monitor this process closely as your child grows and walking skills improve.

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