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    Quote Originally Posted by Blossom74 View Post
    Apparently it is quite common, but I am yet to meet another person who has been born with it!
    Most talipes we see are positional and usually self correct with some physio. It's pretty common. It's not as common to see talipes that require surgery.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Blossom74 View Post
    I was born with talipes of the left ankle and had two surgeries - my first at 6 weeks old - to try and correct it.

    If it weren't for the Royal Children's Hospital I'd not have been able to walk properly.

    Apparently it is quite common, but I am yet to meet another person who has been born with it!
    Both DD and DSS have it. They both needed treatment but no surgery


 

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