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“I believe the head of the treatment team should be the parent, as they are closest to the child and do 98% of the work.”

Dr. Shafique Pirani

Ponseti Method

Recognized worldwide as the gold standard in clubfoot treatment, this non-surgical manipulative method is the best practice.

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Clubfoot cuties are found across Canada and around the world. Read about the experiences, challenges and successes of other clubfoot families and children. You can also read through information provided by the experts in clubfoot.

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Clubfoot Stats 

You are not alone. You are part of an amazing network of clubfoot families across Canada and the world.

These statistics are an approximation.

Number of Infants Born with Clubfoot in Canada Every Year

Number Of Children In The Corrective & Maintenance Phase In Canada Every Year

Number Of Children Born With Clubfoot Every Year Worldwide

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Exercise Snapshot by Lexy:  Standing on a Wedge

Exercise Snapshot by Lexy: Standing on a Wedge

Standing on a wedge:  It is important in our clubfoot kiddos to keep our ankle range of motion! A great way to work on stretching the muscle functionally at the end range is standing on a wedge! It's a great way to put weight through the ankle joint in the position we...

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Exercise Snapshot by Lexy:  Animal Catapult

Exercise Snapshot by Lexy: Animal Catapult

Clubfoot kiddos can always benefit from physiotherapy and exercises in order to: - built foot and ankle strength  - keep a good range of motion at the ankle - develop gross motor skills and coordination - improve balance - strengthen big muscles in the hips and leg to...

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Clubfoot Journey: Introducing Addy from Ontario

Clubfoot Journey: Introducing Addy from Ontario

Addy is a twin that was born at 30 weeks old weighing 2lbs 11oz with bilateral clubfoot.  She spent 8 weeks in the NICU due to prematurity before coming home 2 weeks before her due date.  At 39 weeks gestation Addy started her treatment journey at McMaster Hospital in...

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