The Clubfoot pp 469-479 | Cite as

Clubfoot: Experience at the University of South Alabama Medical Center

  • P. Nimityongskul
  • L. D. Anderson
  • F. N. Meyer
  • J. B. Ray
  • D. E. Herbert
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Abstract

Nonsurgical treatment of clubfeet should always be attempted initially; however, when adequate nonsurgical treatment fails to correct the deformities, surgery is usually indicated.4,16 Since Turco18 first introduced the one-stage posteromedial release (PMR) for resistant clubfeet in 1971, the procedure has been widely used and supported.1,9,13,17,19

Keywords

Shoe Clubfoot Talo 

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Authors and Affiliations

  • P. Nimityongskul
  • L. D. Anderson
  • F. N. Meyer
  • J. B. Ray
  • D. E. Herbert

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