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Which Exercises Should I Do To Fix Bow Legs
None: If you're talking about a baby, then bowed legs often straighten themselves out. If you're talking toddler at or around age two, then you need an evaluation from a pediatric orthopedist. If you're asking about an adult, then the answer is still none. The shape of your legs is the shape of your legs. But exercise is still a good idea. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
No- bony angulation: Proximal tibial osteotmies ar the classic surgical cure for symptomatic bowed legs (varus alignment). Newest techniques involve a low morbidity approach to correct the alignment to neutral via placement of a peek plastic plate and screws (invisible on xrays) supporting an intervening wedge of bone graft substitute (dark wedge on xray). Full weight bearing in a locked brace is possible by 10 days. ...Read more
I m 23 and i have bow legs and i dont want to do make any surgery .. i m seeking physical exercise ...can it work ?
I ha ve slightly bow legs does it can be cure by some exercises or ebooks preferred in the internet or they just fake?
I'm sixteen and I have bow legs. Is there any way to correct my legs without surgery? Is there any specific excerises that will help me correct it?
Bone structure: Once your growth plates close, your bones have finished growing and their size and shape is pretty much set. At 16, your growth plates are most likely closed, and exercises will not have any effect. you can see an orthopedic surgeon to get an evaluation and find out what options you have. ...Read more
I'm 19 & have bow legs. Is there any way to correct/better them non-surgically. e.g. brace or specific exercises? If not, what would surgery entail?
No: Braces are helpful only for children who still have growth left; in adults, offloading braces can help with the symptoms but do not correct the deformity itself. The surgery involves breaking your leg and placing it in aore corrected position and then holding it in that position with usually plates and screws for approximately 8 weeks until the leg heals in the corrected position. ...Read more
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