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Original Source: Short Term Results of Intensive Physiotherapy in Clubfoot Deformity Treated with Ponseti Method.

Purpose: We aimed to determine the efficacy of the physical therapy program as an adjunct to the Ponseti technique in the treatment of idiopathic clubfoot. This study with the presumption of a difference in results between the study group who were included in the physiotherapy program and the control group who performed home exercises. Patients and Method: Forty affected feet of 29 patients were included in the study. Average age of the control and study groups were15.00 ± 21.33 and 20.30 ± 15.78 months r...

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