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    Default Walking toes pointed out

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    My lo has just begun trying to walk using a walker. Still a bit unsteady but doing well. I've notice her feet point out wards. Is this her just learning or could there be a problem?

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    My ds was like this when he first started pushing his walker around. He has since straightened his feet. Our child health nurse told me to come back if he was still turning his feet when walking on his own. You could try gently massaging and wriggling your LOs ankles and feet to loosen tight muscles and tendons

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