It’s quite common for toddlers to appear mildly bow legged. In fact, toddlers can often have bowed legs that may even interfere with walking. Fortunately, bow legs usually begin to straighten once the child starts to walk and it can be thought of as a natural occurrence that the child will usually grow out of. Adolescents occasionally have bowed legs if the degree of deformation is rather severe which can cause a flaw in their appearance.
I first got the backache with the feeling of numbness down to the back of the calves. When I came to see the doctor at BAC, The diagnosis came out that I got the uneven length of the knee joint, one is about 2 cm longer than another It has been neglected for so long that ii pulled down the back and caused the symptom. When I used the custom-made insole of BAC for 1-2 weeks, the numbness was gone. I also can walk more stable not wobbling anymore. My wife got the same kind of problem. After using the custom-made insole for a month, she is now a lot better too.