I am 56 and have had bowed legs all my life.. is there anything I can do to straighten them out.. I live in the akron area, ohio..please can you tell me if there are any doctors in this area who can help me
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better u go n consult an orthopaedician or physiotherapist,
u hv to wear splint, for that proper assesment required , and sum exercises u hv to do under the guidance of physio only, tht reduces ur pain and maintain the position.
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