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Does your Child Walk Like a Pigeon?! Lonnie Kaplan DPM

2018-09-20T14:40:50+00:00

In toeing, more commonly known as pigeon toes, is a disorder that is commonly seen in infants and children. The easiest way to describe this condition is that the child’s feet point in while walking. This can lead to many complications such as falling frequently and inability to keep up with friends at school. It [...]

Does your Child Walk Like a Pigeon?! Lonnie Kaplan DPM2018-09-20T14:40:50+00:00

Do I Need to Treat my Child’s Flat Feet? Lonnie Kaplan DPM

2018-09-21T12:45:09+00:00

Flat feet are one of the most common pathological foot types that are seen in the world. Most people agree that you tend to inherit your parents foot type and thus if your parents have flat feet, your children will develop as well. Most of the time, the parent brings the child to the pediatrician [...]

Do I Need to Treat my Child’s Flat Feet? Lonnie Kaplan DPM2018-09-21T12:45:09+00:00

Does your Child Have Heel Pain? Lonnie Kaplan DPM

2018-09-21T12:47:23+00:00

Does your child have pain in the heels after playing sports or after activity? One possible diagnosis is Sever’s Disease. Sever’s Disease is pain and inflammation at the growth center of the heel bone (calcaneus) The area of the growth plate of the heel bone in children is also the attachment of the achilles tendon. [...]

Does your Child Have Heel Pain? Lonnie Kaplan DPM2018-09-21T12:47:23+00:00

Keeping your Children Active! Lonnie Kaplan DPM

2018-09-21T12:53:10+00:00

When most people think of a podiatrist, they think of someone who elderly people go and see to have their nails and calluses trimmed and diabetic shoes ordered. Most people do not realize how important it is for children to see a podiatrist as well. Children tend to be on their feet and are always [...]

Keeping your Children Active! Lonnie Kaplan DPM2018-09-21T12:53:10+00:00

Why is My Child Limping: A Guide To Children’s Heel Pain

2016-02-27T17:55:41+00:00

Pediatric heel pain is a common occurrence because a child’s feet are constantly growing. The bones in the foot of a child between the ages of 8 and 14 grow faster than the tendons, and the calcaneus, or heel bone, doesn’t fully develop until age 14. Until the calcaneus forms, new bone will grow in [...]

Why is My Child Limping: A Guide To Children’s Heel Pain2016-02-27T17:55:41+00:00
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