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What treatment or changes in habit should a girl make to walk without her left toes bent inwards ?

I m 22 year old girl when i walk my left toes r bent inwards i appear lame everybody makesmy fun i went to a bone specialist he didnt take any xray by physical examination he said it z due 2 habits and foot braces could be given only during childhood & it z normal modification .can it b corrected also i seem lazy while walking and my body & head remain bent can i correct it frnz call me boodhi & boyz apang .plz tel m d truth i feel inferiority complex my bro even says no decent boy wil marry me i feel deprsd i aim to do phd in biotech bt feel it as a hindrance coz there even students wil make my fun
Asked On : Fri, 12 Aug 2011
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hi preet
You have a musculoskeletal problem. The abnormally oriented toes and the bending of the head to one side can be corrected orthopedically. The results are excellent. You may consult your orthopedician who will advise on the best treatment. Hope that answers the question
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Answered: Fri, 12 Aug 2011
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