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Feet problem
While walking my daughter is placing her Feet Inwards.. Rest things are normal and is   walking good but with inward feet.
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Send photo of standing posture of your daughter
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Not to worry about intoeing at 2 years of age. Wait for few years more
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In toeing gait needs evaluation  by a paediatric orthopedic surgeon. Early diagnosis of pathology may prevent progression. Consult for further discussion
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if she is seating in W position,  Avoid it.
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Hello sir, Needs proper history and clinical discussion, please consult on my personal app, its completely free. http://arth.link/drortho
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This could be a part of the normal growth. But nevertheless, get her seen by an orthopedic surgeon and rule out any abnormality.
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Its normal till 7 years of age
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