What is knock knee treatment?

Depends on symptoms. If it's an adult, this is not pathological unless it is cause by arthritic wear down of the knee. In this case it is treated with knee replacement surgery or lateral unloaded bracing. In a child with a growth plate injury, surgical treatment has several options and is best discussed with pediatric orthopedic surgeon.
Medl physeal staple. In growing child must be elegantly timed close the medial physics of femur watch the lateral physics catch up knee straightens out.

Related Questions

How can I cure knock knee and genu valgum. Any excercises is there for this treatment?

Alignment issue. You cannot cure genu valgum with exercises. This is an alignment issue. Some people, however, have increasing genu valgum over time. This is typically a result of progressive arthritis in the outer half of their knees with possible stretching on the medial (inner) collateral ligament. Read more...

What can I do about my knock knees? Any treatments?

Do they hurt? "knock knees" or genu valgum usually stems from your anatomic built which can only be changed with osteotomies (breaking and realigning bones), reserved for severe symptomatic cases. Pt to strengthen the leg muscles can be helpful but won't change your bone alignment orthotics can also provide subtle changes to your mechanics. Read more...
Depends on age. If very young, sometimes leg braces will help. If older the only alternative would be surgery if you are haveing problems. Read more...

What is a knock knee?

Knock knee. Genu valgum, commonly called knock-knee, is a condition where the knees angle in and touch one another when the legs are straightened. Read more...
Knees pointing in. Knock knee is a condition that is called genu valgum. The knees turn inward and sometime touch. Read more...

How can knock knee be treated?

Depends on problem. Knock knee is normal in many people. Therefore, it is only treated if it is painful and usually this is the case when the outside joint compartment (lateral compartment) is worn down, and this is corrected as a pathologic condition with partial or total knee replacement. Unloader braces can help if this is due to arthritis but you need two braces for both knees. Read more...
Possible osteotomy. To add to dr. Beuchel's answer, in some younger patients who do not have arthritis, and have meniscus deficiency, a varus producing femoral osteotomy is usually performed. An osteotomy is when the femur bone is cut above the knee and realigned me to make it straight. While it seems like a big deal, the surgery is well tolerated, and healing takes place in 3months or so. Surgery should be performed usually by a sports medicine orthopedist or knee specialist. Read more...