Online ISSN: 2515-8260

Keywords : PonsetiMethod


To Assess the Complications and their management associated with this Ponseti method of manipulation for treatment of rigid, neglected, recurrent cases of Clubfoot when used in older age group

Dr. VishalAhke, Dr. Gaurav Akhand, Dr. Nitin kiradiya, Dr. Ranjeet Badole, Dr. Sachin parmar

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2022, Volume 9, Issue 7, Pages 2893-2899

Background:
A prospective study to determine effectiveness of Ponseti method in correcting clubfoot in children aged 2-10 years and failed or recurrent clubfoot in older aged children was done at Department of Orthopaedics&Traumatology.
Two patients had pressure ulcer on talar headOne patient had allergy to plaster material.The plaster breakage was common complication in the older children.
The correction rate with ponseti method is over 90% can accomplished in about two to three months without extensive surgery. It has also been demonstrated that the ponseti method can be successful in clubfeet that recurs after extensive surgery.