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Pediatr Orthop B. 1995;4:129-36. 8. Kler J, Tomaszewski R, Wawrzyczek J, Bober K. Treatment methods of congenital talipes equinovarus – three case reports. J Pediatr Neonatol. 2005;2(1):18-21. 9. Miedzybrodzka Z. Congenital talipes equinovarus (clubfoot): a disorder of the food but not the hand. J Anat. 2003;202:37-42. 10. Sommer A, Blanton SH, Weymouth K, et al. Smoking, the xenobiotic pathway, and clubfoot. Birth Defects Res A Clin Mol Teratol. 2011;91(1):20-8. 11. Funk JF, Lebek S, Seidl T, Placzek R. Comparison of treatment results of idiopathic and non


The problem of physiological gait stereotype restoration in patients with post-stroke central hemiparesis remains relevant to this day. This is primarily associated with high risk of falls in this category of patients. At this point, there is a wide variety of methods related to exercise treatment and robotised correction or restoration of impaired gait against the background of post-stroke hemiparesis. At the same time, the problem of management of talipes equinovarus associated with this syndrome remains quite complex and not completely solved. We have analysed existing methods of talipes equinovarus correction with different levels of evidentiality.

correction of the resistant club foot. J Bone Joint Surg. 1971;53A(3):477-97. 12. Hussain S, Khan MS, Ali MA. Modified Turco’s postero-medial release for congenital talipesequino-varus. J Ayub Med Coll Abbottabad. 2008;20(3):78-80. 13. Siddiqui M, Pirwani M, Bhura S. Window procedure versus Turco procedure for the treatment of talipes equinovarus. Pakistan J Surg. 2007;23(3):212-6. 14. Ponseti IV. Wrodzona stopa końsko-szpotawa: leczenie metodą Ponsetiego. Global-HELP Organization; 2007. 15. Bhargava SK, Tandon A, Prakash M, et al. Radiography and sonography of clubfoot: A

. Among the 644 individuals with disabilities, poliomyelitis was a predominant disorder, followed by CP, skeletal dysplasias, muscular dystrophy, congenital dislocated hip, and talipes equinovarus. The cases of poliomyelitis were excluded from our sample (n = 7). Nonetheless, the primary focus of Azhar et al. [ 33 ] was on the recovery of disabled individuals by surgical interventions, physiotherapy, and bracing, and no attempt was made to describe the nature and clinical spectrum of anomalies. The current study, however, presents a range of phenotypes for these