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Dr. Andrew Rynne

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I am wondering what a clubfoot is supposed to look

I am wondering what a clubfoot is supposed to look like after surgery? From everything I have looked up, everyone's feet look "normal" after surgery. However, mine does not. I am 20 years old and was born with one club foot. It gives me great pain, and it has never looked "normal". It leans very far in, I'm bascially walking on the inside of my foot, where my scar is from having surgery as a baby. I grew up extremely poor with an uneducated family, no PT, or other surger y
Sat, 2 Jun 2018
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