Addressing pediatric intoeing in primary care

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Abstract

Primary care providers frequently encounter children with an intoed gait. Intoeing is most often a normal variation of development that resolves without treatment. The well-informed primary care NP can identify the small subset who need referral through child and/or family history, physical exam, and identification of red flags.

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