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Friday, February 24, 2017

Knock knees are angular deformities at the knee, in which the head of the deformity points inward

Knock knees are angular deformities at the knee, in which the head of the deformity points inward. A standing child whose knees touch, but whose ankles do not, is usually said to have knock knees. During early childhood, knock knees are a part of normal growth and development.

Knock Knees at Boston Children's Hospital The condition usually becomes apparent when a child is 2 to 3 years old, and it ...may increase in severity until about age 4. It usually self-corrects by the time a child is about 7 or 8 years old. But if the condition doesn’t appear until a child is 6 or older, it could be a sign that she has an underlying bone disease.

During early childhood, knock-knees actually help a child to maintain balance, particularly when she begins to walk, or if her foot rolls inward or turns outward. When a child has knock knees, both knees usually lean inward symmetrically. One knee, however, may "knock" less than the other, or may even remain straight.

Knock knees usually correct themselves by the time a child is 7 or 8 years old. Occasionally, they persist into adolescence. The condition is slightly more common in girls, although boys can develop it, too.

This curvature is formed mainly due to a lack of vitamin D. so many women in Israel suffer this potalogiey. Is this due to the fact that their parents smoked marijuana? While smoking marijuana in our body burned many important vitamins and you hit on something to eat. But do you eat enough to restore your vitamins? Do you eat soups at least once in two days? Think about your children and the future.
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