How To Fix Bow Legs?

Can bow legs be corrected?

Bowlegs caused by an underlying disease cannot be corrected completely until the disease itself is treated.

A child usually wears a corrective brace during part of the treatment of the disease.

How can I naturally correct bow legs?

Exercise, stretching, strengthening, physical therapy, and vitamins will make your muscles and bones stronger but will not change the shape of the bones. The only way to truly change the shape of the legs is to break the bone and straighten it.5 Nov 2014

What is the cause of bow legs?

The legs usually straighten by age 7 or 8. Rarely, bow legs can be caused by a more serious medical condition, such as: rickets, a bone growth problem due to lack of vitamin D or calcium. It’s more common in developing countries where children don’t get enough foods fortified with vitamin D.

Do bow legs get worse with age?

Toddlers with this normal variation in appearance of the legs usually begin to improve around the age of 15 to 18 months. However, certain medical conditions can be responsible for bowed legs that do not improve, or even worsen as a child ages.

Can bowed legs be corrected in adults?

Osteotomy surgery to correct the bow may be the antidote to avoid knee replacement. Osteotomy will correct bowlegs: The belief that bowlegs can be corrected without surgery is a fallacy. Varus deformity around the knee is a structural deviation from normal bone alignment.

When should I worry about bow legs?

Bow legs don’t usually bother young children because the condition doesn’t cause pain or discomfort. Parents might worry about the appearance of their child’s legs, or an awkward walking pattern. If the condition lasts into teenage years, it may cause discomfort in the ankles, knees, or hips.

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How can I straighten my legs?



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What causes bow legs in adults?

Osteoarthritis: In adults, the most common cause of bowing of the legs is the result of osteoarthritis or wear-and-tear arthritis of the knees. If the wear is evenly distributed, no deformity is expected, but when the wear is more on the inner side of the knee joint, a bow-legged deformity will often progress.

Is being bow legged genetic?

This is called physiologic bow legs. It’s considered a normal part of a child’s growth and development. It’s more common in developing countries where children don’t get enough foods fortified with vitamin D. Sometimes rickets can run in families due to a genetic problem that affects how the body uses vitamin D.