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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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Influence of Age, Weight, and Pirani Score on the Number of Castings in the Early Phase of Clubfoot Treatment using Ponseti Method.

The objectives of this study were to investigate whether severity of clubfoot, age, and weight of the patients at initial manipulation and casting influence the total number of castings required.

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