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Bow Legs is when there is a small gap between a child's knees and the ankles when standing with the feet together. This is normally seen in children until the age of two years. Between the ages of 2 - 4 the condition generally improves.
Physiotherapy is not appropriate
Refer to orthopaedics if
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This guideline has been signed off by the Western Locality on behalf of NEW Devon CCG.
Publication date: May 2017