Toeing the Line: What Is Toe Walking and When to Be Concerned

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Toe walking: What you need to know

Toe walking is a term used to describe a gait pattern where individuals walk on their toes without any weight bearing on their heels. It is commonly observed in toddlers who are just learning to walk, but it can also persist into childhood and adulthood. While occasional toe walking is usually not a cause for concern, persistent toe walking can be a sign of an underlying medical condition that may require further evaluation and treatment. In this blog, we will explore the different reasons for toe walking and when it is necessary to seek expert medical attention.

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