When a child is pigeon-toed

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In-Toeing or also called Pigeon Toeing is when the feet turn inward instead of being straight. This can be a normal part of development even up to the age of fifteen months when babies are just learning how to walk. In Toeing maybe a problem if your child is older and having problems like tripping when they're walking or having trouble running or playing sports. If that were the case, your doctor might refer you to an Orthopedic Surgeon for further evaluation.

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Tamiko Jordan, MD

General Pediatrician, Children's Hospital Los Angeles

Dr. Jordan was born in Riverside, California and received her medical degree from Saint Louis University School of Medicine.  She completed her pediatric residency at Cedars Sinai Medical Center and has since worked in many different settings.  Currently she is an attending pediatrician at the Altamed General Pediatric Clinic at Children’s Hospital Los Angeles where she teaches pediatric residents and sees her own patients in private practice.  She has been featured on ABC7 and FOX11 news as well as the Patt Morrison Show on 89.3 KPCC.  Her latest project is the asthma clinic at Altamed, where she can spend more time educating patients and parents about optimizing their asthma care and minimizing ER visits and lost school days.  

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