Children’s feet grow fast, ask any parent with growing kids. They are also very active, from the day they learn how to walk, children enjoy exploring on their feet. If you have school- aged children, sports and outdoor activities are part of school life. Having feet problem is not uncommon, as your kids are on their feet a lot. Here are a few things to look out, so that you can nip the problem at its bud.
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Sever’s …. what is it?
Your child wakes up one day complaining of sudden heel pain. At first you aren’t too worried; after all, you’ve endured heel pain yourself and it usually goes away after you walk around for a bit. However, your child is still in pain after walking around, and it seems as if the pain might be worsening. A few days go by and the pain is still there, and your child is walking on her toes and limping. Why is this happening, and what should you do