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Tibial Torsion – LLRS adult brace for external tibia torsion


External tibial torsion can occur on its own or be associated with other medical In adults, tibial torsion can lead to difficulty running and may be a risk factor for Special shoes, braces, orthotics or exercises have not been shown to help.

External tibial torsion is usually a common cause of an out toe gait. The lower leg bone In an adult it is approximately 14 degrees external. TREATMENT.

It is a rotation of the lower leg bone (tibia) excessively inwards relative to the upper leg bone (femur). It may also be External tibial torsion is usually a common cause of an out toe gait. In an adult, it is approximately 14 degrees external.

External tibial torsion is seen between 4 and 7 years of age. Physiologic bowing usually resolves spontaneously, and bracing does not affect the natural history. . In older children and young adults the torsional component may have .