In genral, the lower extremities of the baby are prone to form bowlegs due to fetal pressure. The deformity worsens after birth when walking due to weight bearing.
The common lower extremity problem in pediatric orthopedics is in-toeing and out-toeing caused by lower extremity torsion. It is one of the pendulum effects in the development of children's musculoskeletal system.
About 15-30% of normal children before and after school age often suffer from limb pain when they grow up, which is diagnosed as "growing pains" by doctors.
Flat feet is a medical condition in which the arches of the feet collapse, so the effect of the foot bearing weight becomes worse, resulting in the inability to stand or walk for too long.
An external fixation device is a special device made of metal or high strength nonmetallic material, with steel nails placed at the proximal and distal ends of the fracture.
Bones are mainly composed of calcium; fractured patients with deficient calcium should intake more food containing such nutrient.
In addition, a teaspoon of vinegar or lemon juice can be added to the soup with bone meat to release calcium from the bones, while preserving pork chops or chicken cutlets can also release calcium from the bones, and add some butter to the stir-fried vegetables.
Washing hands properly and frequently is good personal hygiene, and it is the single most effective way to prevent and reduce the spread of communicable diseases, if it is done correctly.
Strenuous exercise should be avoided after an operation. An exercise program should be individualized for each person in order to reduce any post-op complications.