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Have genu varum. How much time to get treated? Cost? Suggest good doctors

Dear sir ,
I have a problem of genu varum and for this i have visited many hospitals but not satisfied with the treatment that which kind of treatment i need to prefer.
I have space aroung 5 to 6 cm between both . now i am in job so could you please tell me that how much time it requires to treat and what will be the coast ,

mainly could you please suggest the good docs who take care these kind of cases ....
Asked On : Fri, 19 Apr 2013
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Genu Varum unless fracture is a cause not known deformity. This deformity is due to outward bowing of the leg producing an appearance of a bow. Some time mild deformity disappear after 3 yrs. severe deformity surgery may be needed during childhood. After childhood when bone growth is completed the treatment will not produce any effect in walking. Only complication is early arthritis due to uneven pressure in the joint area. No treatment is available for your age.
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Answered: Fri, 19 Apr 2013
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