Ponseti method uses progressive casting to correct club feet by gently manipulating muscles, ligaments and soft tissues around the foot and ankle to align the bones into a normal position in approximately six to eight weeks.
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Shortly after her first visit to the Greenville Shriners Hospital, a diagnosis was clear – patellofemoral instability. Alexis’ inner growth plate in her knee was outgrowing her outer knee growth plate, causing her knee to pop out of place on occasion.
This time, we interviewed Dr. Gilberto Rios, who is part of the medical staff at Shriners Hospital, so he could discuss clubfoot deformity. Dr. Rios studied medicine at UNAM His specialty and subspecialty were completed at Shriners Hospital. He has dedicated his work to the treatment of orthopedic m...