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Out toeing is when a child's feet point outwards. As with in-toeing, this condition will usually resolve spontaneously by the age of four. Referral to Physiotherapy is not necessary.
Out-toeing in an adolescent is only normal if hips have normal range of movement and are pain free. No action required other than reassurance.
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This guideline has been signed off by the Western Locality on behalf of NEW Devon CCG.
Publication date: May 2017