Pigeon toed gait

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This term refers to people who points their toes inward while standing still or walking. This is also considered a form of clubfoot and symptoms can also include clumsiness and even stumbling in more severe cases. The condition may not be painful or even troublesome, it can cause problems down the track such as arthritis. It is most common in young children but those affected often grow out of it.