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CTEV/Clubfoot Treatment Delhi, Noida, NCR
Emergency Treatment Available : Yes
Any Age Limit : No
Follow-up Required : Yes
Digital X-ray Available: Yes
Hospitalization Required: Yes (1 Day)
Blood Sample Collection facility : Available
Physiotherapy Treatment: Yes, Required & Available (Well Equipped Physiotherapy Department)
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Best Doctor for CTEV/Clubfoot Treatment in Delhi
Dr. G L Arora is known as the expert in the CTEV or Clubfoot treatment in Delhi, NCR, UP and throughout India. This humble personality has been treating hundreds of CTEV patients in Delhi and in UP area. He has devoted all his life in the treatment of such deformities and he is making the children walk again.
Dr Arora believes in adding life to the years of these children and adult cases. He is one of the most experienced surgeon (more than 30 years of experience) in Delhi for CTEV/Clubfoot or other deformity treatment in Delhi. Book an Appointment now and live a deformity-free life!
Congenital Talipes equinovarus (CTEV) or Clubfoot is a common deformity in infants. In this birth defect, the foot of the baby faces inwards. CTEV can range from mild to severe thus requiring immediate treatment. Some cases of clubfoot are treated by gentle exercises and splinting while the severe cases require surgical corrections so that the child can walk normally.
Causes of CTEV/Clubfoot
Most of the cases are idiopathic, that is without any distinct reason. The CTEV is idiopathic in the children who are otherwise normal, that is, no other neurological deficit is there in them. However, the family history, environmental factors and bad position of child’s foot in the womb make the child prone to this deformity. In early 1900s as well, the constriction of foot inside the womb was known to be the primary reason behind the clubfoot deformity. This reason has not been declined till now and the position of the child’s foot in uterus do play a role in the development of clubfoot deformity.
Other cases who have some neurological deficits like Spina Bifida, cerebral palsy or arthrogryposis are likely to have CTEV as well. Though in those cases also, it is fully curable.
1. Non- surgical Treatment
The most popular non-surgical or minimally invasive procedures in treating the Clubfoot is
Ponseti Method – In this treatment method, the baby’s foot is manipulated and a cast is applied. This cast is changed every week after manipulating the foot til significant improvement takes place.
After this period, some babies require the Achilles tenotomy. As mentioned in the surgical treatments of clubfoot below.
Manipulation, Taping, and Braces – Some minor CTEV cases need just the manipulative treatment and the taping is done along with braces to ensure the correction of the deformity. The exercises are taught to the mother of the baby to be performed daily. Physiotherapy is done and advised.
2. Surgical Treatment Method
Achilles Tenotomy – Achilles tenotomy includes performing a cut in the tendon above the heel(at the back of the ankle). So that the lengthening of the tendon can take place while it heals. The cast is applied in order to achieve proper healing in the corrected position. This is a very minor procedure that doesn’t even need stitches thus helping in scarless and faster healing.
Posteromedial tissue release – The severe and neglected cases of CTEV require soft tissue release in which the followed by a cast. This leads to considerable correction of the deformity. In this surgery, the soft tissues around the ankle like plantar fascia (the sole of the foot), muscles and ligaments around it are released till the neutral position is attained.
Other less common surgeries performed for clubfoot treatment are Osteotomy(shaping the bones to attain the proper alignment of the foot), anterior tibial tendon transfer (Releasing the tendon and changing its position to increase the flexibility and movement of the foot), Triple arthrodesis (three bones are fused to achieve the correction) and tallectomy (removal of one small bone, talus) etc
Question 1. When should I start the treatment of CTEV for my newborn?
Answer. The treatment can start from Day 1 but you need proper guidance about how to perform the exercise while breastfeeding your child.
Question 2. After how much time will the cast be removed after surgery?
Answer. The removal of the cast takes 4 to 6 weeks after the soft tissue reconstruction surgery.
Question 3. Will my baby have to wear special shoes all his life?
Answer. No, Your baby can lead a normal, active life once the treatment process is complete. No special shoes are required after that.
Question 4. How much time do the Ponseti casts take?
Answer. The casts are changed every week and this lasts for about 6 to 8 weeks.
Question 5. Can the correction be done only in infants or newborns?
Answer. No, Correction can be done at any age but the deformity keeps increasing as the age increases. So it is advisable to get the clubfoot treated as soon as possible.
Question 6. What if I don’t use braces for my baby?
Answer. The deformity will not be corrected fully and the CTEV can reoccur. So it is advised to use the brace religiously for the advised time period.
Question 7. How much time does it normally take to treat a CTEV?
Answer. It depends upon the severity of the deformity but the minimum time will be about 6 weeks.
Question 8. At what age do you do the surgical correction?
Answer. The non-surgical treatments start within the days of the childbirth but the surgical correction is done only after the age of 9 months.
CTEV patient Usman is free from Clubfoot due to timely treatment, See the Perfect Result!
Usman – A 3 year old boy was brought at Mayo medical college Barabanki UP in 2013. Presenting with rigid type CTEV of right side. Procedures performed were soft tissue release and bony correction.Satisfactory results after 2 months.
टेढ़े पैर का इलाज़ – सैंकड़ों CTEV/Clubfoot/टेढ़े पैर के मरीज़ हुए ठीक। देखें वीडियो
Vishal, A 2 and a half year old boy was brought in our charitable camp in Akaltara, Bilaspur in 2002. He was presented with rigid CTEV of right side. Procedures done – Soft tissue release and Bony correction done. Results after 2 months – Normal shape achieved. Satisfactory.
Difficult CTEV Case Treated Fully – See how Sunita’s life changed after Clubfoot Treatment
Sunita Kewat – A 16 year old girl brought in the charitable camp of akaltara, bilaspur CG in 2002. She had very bad, difficult, neglected Clubfoot of both feet. Both the foot were operated in single sitting. Procedures adopted were – Extensive soft tissue release – bony osteotomy at mid tarsal level Satisfactory results after 6 months. Required shoes to maintain the correction for 6-8 months only.
CTEV/Clubfoot corrected fully by just one Surgery! Watch the Amazing Transformation!
Sabreen, a 9 year old girl was brought in Teerthanker Mahaveer Medical college in 2010. She had CTEV/Clubfoot of right side. It was a difficult, rigid, neglected case. Procedure Adopted – Soft tissue release and osteotomy of mid tarsal area. Results after 3 months – Shape of foot became almost normal. Satisfactory Result.
Rigid CTEV Treatment – Best Clubfoot Treatment by CTEV specialist doctor in Delhi
Baby Radhika, one year old was brought as a case of rigid CTEV of both legs in our charitable camp in Akaltara, Bilaspur District Chattisgarh in 2002. Procedure done were soft tissue release and bony correction. After 2 months of surgery, shape of the feet improved and the shoes were given to maintain the correction. Satisfactory Result.
Rigid CTEV patient treated fully in Moradabad, UP, See Amazing Transformation!
Manoj- an 18 year old boy brought to Teerthankar medical college Moradabad in 2011. – Presenting with very difficult type of bilateral CTEV. Walking on Deformed dorsal aspect of both foot. – Procedure adopted were extensive soft tissue release with bony osteotomy at mid tarsal level on left foot. – Results after 6 months – satisfactory – In 2012 (one year after the first surgery), he came for surgery of other foot. This time right foot was operated. Result – Satisfactory.