Atypical Clubfoot

A few words need to be said about what is known as Atypical or Complex Clubfoot. Atypical clubfoot occurs when the foot is short, stubby appearance and there are deep creases present in the sole of the foot.

Atypical clubfoot, although might need a couple more casts, can still respond positively to the Ponseti method of treatment. However it is crucial your child is being attended to by a Doctor experienced in the Ponseti method, and preferably by a Doctor experienced in Atypical Clubfoot.

We hope to soon have some images of what an atypical clubfoot looks like so you may identify whether or not your child has this.