What many parents don’t know is that orthopedic problems are quite common among babies and toddlers, so they end up freaking out.
Though there are indeed some serious and noticeable birth defects that require medical treatments, most pediatric orthopedic conditions are not dangerous and can actually go away by themselves as the child grows older.
If you notice that your baby’s legs look a bit strange, ask a pediatric first for the peace of your mind and your kid’s health before anything else but just don’t blow the situation out of proportion when your baby’s leg shape could be just a part of their normal development.
In fact, pediatrics and surgeons have revealed that it’s totally normal to see a baby with bow legs or knock-knees (medically known as Genu valgum), so here are the 5 common leg problems in kids that are usually nothing of concern. Read on for more!