Baby Feet

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Your Baby’s Feet

All parents naturally worry about our children, we worry our children may be off balance too floppy and perhaps their hips, legs and feet don’t quite seem to look like ours.

The human foot is one of the most complicated parts of the body. It has 26 bones, and in laced with ligaments, muscles, blood vessels, and nerves.

Because the feet of young children are soft and pliable, abnormal pressure can easily cause deformities.


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Look carefully at your baby’s feet. If you notice something that does not look normal to you, seek professional advice immediately.

Cover baby’s feet loosely. Tight covers restrict movement and can retard development.

Provide an opportunity for exercising the feet. Lying uncovered enables the baby to kick and perform other related motions which prepare the feet for weight-bearing.

Change the baby’s position several times a day. Lying too long in one spot, especially on the stomach, can put excessive strain on the feet and legs.


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Keep your kids active with the right foot care.