Do you know about Pediatric Elbow Dislocation?

Pediatric Elbow dislocation The elbow dislocation occurs when the bones which makes the joint is forced out of its position. In newborn, the elbow dislocation is called as nursemaid’s elbow. They experience elbow dislocation if they are lifted or swung by their forearms. Symptoms Distortion of joint. High pain. Causes Trying to lift the child…

What you know about Bow Legs?

Bow Legs It is a condition in which the legs curve outwards at an angle when the child’s feet is together. The child is born with bowlegs due to their folded position in womb, so the condition is normal in infants. Causes If the bow legs do not gets straight when the child starts walking,…

Things to know about Blount’s Disease

Blount disease Blount disease is a very rare disorder affecting children, causing legs to bow outwards below the knees. It is also called as tibia vara. Small amount of bowing is natural in infants. As most children begin walking at an early age which is between 1 and 2 years, their legs get straight gradually….