Pediatric Deformities

PEDIATRIC DEFORMITIES

Pediatric foot deformity is a term that includes a range of conditions that may affect the bones, tendons, and muscles of the foot.
Among those most frequently seen and treated are; cavus foot, tarsal coalition, clubfoot, accessory navicular, and juvenile bunion.

Treatment of foot deformities in children can vary significantly. Dr. Miller brings to bear a range of non-operative and operative techniques specifically developed to address the distinctive needs of children, which include special attention to preserving the integrity of the growth plate, allowing continued growth and development of the foot.