By Destiny Bullock
1. It can affect just one foot or it can affect both feet.
2. Boys are more frequently affected than girls.
3. In the United States 1 in every 1,000 live through birth.
4. It has no pain even though it looks like it does, but if the child doesn't get any treatment they will begin to stand and walk at normal developmental stages.
CAUSES: It's a combination of heredity and envorinmental.
DETECTION: You know if you have it or not at birth because it happens only at birth and shows up at birth.
TREATMENT: Depending on how severe it is to your child you MIGHT can have surgery done.