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Out-Toeing

The feet are turned outwards when the child is standing, walking and running.

This usually resolves by 4 years of age. 

Referral (urgent) is necessary if there is recent onset limp and/or pain (this may suggest a hip problem, for example Slipped Capital Femoral Epiphysis).

 Out toeing

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