Clubfoot (Talipes Equinovarus)
This birth defect results in a shortening of the tendons on the inner side and rear of the foot, which causes the foot to be permanently twisted inward and upward. In about half the cases, both feet are affected. If left untreated, the afflicted person will eventually walk on the outer side of the affected foot or feet.
OUR THOUSAND OAKS OFFICE HAS MOVED | Our new facility is located off Russell Ranch Road in Westlake Village. MRI and physical therapy will not be moving to Westlake until February 13, but both are still available in our old Thousand Oaks office.x