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The adult foot is oval, even though the baby is triangular in shape. The widest part of the sleeves is narrow, tapering to the heel.

The feet are soft, fleshy, the arch is padded with waist, the fingers are curved. The newborn only has 22 bones in the foot, but they are also soft and pliable. It develops to two to three years old, making bones stronger and harder to bone, although it reaches full maturity only in the late teens.

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The babies are left naked most of the time, especially in the age of puberty, so that the bones can develop properly in their own natural way - recommended by professionals. The mother must be sure that nothing - for example. nightwear, socks, tight-fitting booties, loose-fitting clothing - do not hinder foot movement. Each baby is born with a soles sole, which means that the sole is completely flat. This is because if the sole is fully supported on the ground, it is much more stable. The mid-arch of the sole develops in 4-5 years. If this does not happen, or if the family has lacrosse, it may be worth taking it to an orthopedic surgeon and needing a lower laceration pad. Many babies are cuddling with their feet or knees turned inward. In ten cases, this is self-correcting in nine, but be aware of the phenomenon, especially if one is more pronounced. Physical therapy is needed. Many parents get scared when the baby stretches their legs too wide to lean on it. This is completely normal, but if it occurs too often, it is worth turning to an orthopedist who will check for problems with your hips.

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Inner curved fingers are perfectly normal at birth, and the bones are straightened with development and strengthening. There are a variety of gymnastic exercises that can be eliminated, but you also need appropriate comfortable shoes that leave room for your fingers. Going on the tip of the toe is very common as soon as the baby starts to go because he is particularly fond of it. But if you always do, if you can't get on your feet, then there is another reason for it to fail. For example, you may have a pain in the sole or heel of the sole, eyebrow, bladder, or some small bulge. Rarely, but may the Achilles be too short, which will prevent the corner from being placed on the ground. It may open up on its own, or it may require physical therapy.