Toe walking is defined as the inability to make heel contact with the floor during the initial stance phase of the gait cycle and the absence of full foot contact with the ground during the remainder of the gait cycle.
Typically, toe walking is simply a habit that develops when a child learns to walk. Treatments are Physical therapy, Leg braces or splints, Serial casting and Surgery.
The extrapolated prevalence in United Kingdom, is found to be 541 for two times of 60,270,708 population estimation used.
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