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Kavitha asked...

My toddler is nearly 2.5 years and I am concerned about his intoeing and today it looked as if it was facing a little more inward. Would a physic help? What else can I do?

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It might be a good idea to take your toddler to your GP initially in order to rule out any musculoskeletal problems affecting their spine, hips or knees. He or she would also then be able to advise you on the suitability of seeing either a physiotherapist or possibly a podiatrist, and may be able to refer you to a NHS practitioner (or a private practitioner if you have medical insurance or are willing to self-pay).

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