Pigeon toe is most common in infants and children under years of age, and usually requires no intervention for resolution.
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A 4-year-old boy comes to the office for a routine checkup. His mother says that he has been walking with his toes inward. Physical examination shows that he does walk with his feet internally rotated, but otherwise has balance and coordination appropriate for his age. The patellae are midline and face anteriorly. What is the most appropriate management for this child?