Anti-varus shoes: for secure correction right from the start
At first, many children find it difficult to adjust to walking in anti-varus shoes. The stiffness of the shoe, which is a must from a therapeutic standpoint, is unaccustomed and makes walking more difficult because the foot is forced into the corrected position. However, experience has shown that children quickly become accustomed to the new feeling.
Where each foot requires different care, shoes of differing widths and sizes can be combined without difficulty.
In cases of slight misalignment, therapy with anti-varus shoes can be supported by the following:
Regular foot massage
It is important to continuously monitor the treatment progress in consultation with your doctor.
The earlier your child receives the right care, the easier it will be to rectify the problem.