Originally Posted by volkl7
holy sh*t, DPTATC doesn't know what the hell he/she is talking about. i truly hope he/she doesn't lay hands on children or any patients.
...a shoe lift until they stop growing... perfect, that way you may miss a progressive scoliosis and a potentially treatable leg length discrepancy. btw, a scanogram may better define the true leg length discrepancy.
..."once they stop growing, you can recommend a permanent lift"... great, that 8cm shoe lift will really be tolerated and definitely help that 90 degree curve.
DPTATC, please send your kid to a professional.
relax, you evidently didn't read the word "mild" in the original post or at the beginning of my response. I think 90 degrees would not qualify as "mild or moderate:.