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For me, I believe it is probably a case of a tendon that is too short. would ask your ped about it. Better safe than sorry, right? You are aware of the red flags of autism; yes? I ask this, because the only thing I recognized that my DS did as a red flag for autism was head banging. He showed many others that I did not realize were red flags, so I ignored the one I did recognize because I didn't anything else that was a concern (in my mind). . . have a friend whose DD walks on her toes and does NOT have autism in fact, unless there are other red flags, I wouldn't even bother with a DR and autism, but if there are other red flags even small ones, I would have him checked out. KBM Mother to 4 I'm not weird, I'm unique! Choir snob of the west Thanks for that link. I looked it over and the only things that I could maybe say apply to him is he used to have an "odd movement pattern" but he almost never does it anymore. He used to kind of twirl his hands around in circles. But my mom did the exact same thing as a baby, and so have a few of my nieces and nephews. It has gone away for all of them. does tend to be in his own little world sometimes, but I don't think it's more than normal. He's actually an extremely social little guy most of the time. He flirts with every girl he sees, talks constantly, he smiles/laughs a lot, has lots of eye contact, etc. My DS does this sometimes he is 16 months and most days walks normal but every once in a while he will walk on his tip toes but like you said its random. When I saw it will admit I call my pediatrician and asked is this something to worry about and she asked some questions such as is this something he has been doing often and how long did he do it? She then explained that he is naturally exploring new ways to get around. Yes, it could, but it could also be normal. I was told that as long as they have no other signs that something could be wrong it doesnt' need to be looked into until after their 3rd birthday. It could be autism, sensory issues, tendon issues, or in my dd case it was caused by a tethered spinal cord. She had to have surgery on her spine and then years of PT, OT, and orthotic braces to fix the leg issues. Nike Air Foamposite One Supreme,Are you experiencing chronic pain in the ball of your foot? Have you noticed your second toe is curling more and lifting in your shoes? You may be experiecing a plantar plate injury. What in the heck is a plantar plate injury? (as we all tilt our heads to one side!) I can tell you it is a commonly misdiagnosed condition in my profession and one that if it is not treated early can end up needing surgery. The pain with a plantar plate injury is underneath the toe next to the big toe and can either start suddenly with a sharp pain or can come on gradually over time. In either case which you end up with is pretty constant pain under the ball the foot if it is not treated. So what is a plantar plate? Well, the plantar plate is the supporting structure (a ligament to be exact!) that lives against the joint underneath where the toes connect to the rest of your foot. It helps to hold the toes in proper alignment. When it is injured or torn, you end up with pain and you can also end up with the toe moving out of place. The plantar plate that injures most commonly is the one to the second toe (the toe next to the big toe). specifically what type of foot you where born with. If you've noticed (or are noticing now for the first time!) that your toes bend up right where they connect to the rest of your foot and the tips of the toes curl down, then more likely then not, you have the foot I am talking about! This is a foot with hammertoes! These types of toes put pressure on the balls of the foot. Stay with me. The bones connecting the toes to the foot are called the metatarsals and the second metatarsal connecting to the second toe is longest. This means it gets the most pressure from toe pushing on top of it. This pressure over time can cause the plantar plate to stretch out and this make the toe unstable. This instability causes pain. People with a high arched foot can get the same result again from the increased pressure under the ball of the foot. Another reason for injury is simple wear and tear. Anyone who exercises can injure the plantar plate. The chronic hard impact on your feet over time can wear the poor little guy out! Any form of chronic impact or strain on the ball of the foot can give you this type of injury. To give you an example, I have seen a plantar plate injury in someone in marching band and in a UPS guy who is constantly putting pressure under the ball of his feet from squatting and lifting heavy packages! Women who wear high heel often can end up with this injury! Crazy but true! Alright then, how do we make it go away? Getting to a podiatrist quick! To be honest, healing a plantar plate injury is very difficult. But the sooner you have it diagnosed the easier it is to control the pain. Notice how I didn't say cure. Once you have a plantar plate injury, you are always more prone to injuring it over and over. With proper support, off loading (taking the pressure off the ball of the foot) and even sometimes through physical therapy, we can get to stop hurting. If you are one of the unlucky ones where this does not happen, then you may end up needing surgery to tighten or repair and stabilize the ligament. Don't assume your pain will go away on its own. If this is any incentive, see your podiatrist today!! Dr Marybeth Crane is a board certified podiatric foot and ankle surgeon with helpful tips to make your feet last a lifetime! For more foot and ankle health information and doctor approved foot care products including safe pedicure instrument sets, visit her website or peruse her blog.
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