Speaking of bowlegs, many people are familiar with them. Indeed, this is a deformity mainly occurring in lower limbs. From the performance of bowlegs, they can also be called O-legs or X-legs. People with bowlegs want to run, but they are more worried. So, can bowlegs run?
Round legs can run, but because of round legs, it has a great influence on running speed. If the patients with bowlegged legs are younger, they can be examined and corrected. Generally speaking, children under the age of 10 need medical examination once they find bowlegs, so that they can be treated symptomatically and take corrective measures actively.
Children under the age of 10 can be corrected by some corrective measures, specifically, standing with both hands akimbo, keeping legs upright as far as possible, and at the same time, opening both legs and trying to make toes face outward, which is helpful for correcting the bowlegs. If the patient with bowlegs is an adult, in this case, it can only be corrected by surgery.
Many children have bowlegs, which is related to the lack of vitamin D before. It is suggested that parents should strengthen observation during their children’s development, and once the children are found to have signs of bowlegs. In order to supplement vitamin D to children in time, it is necessary to help children to correct their bowlegs, so that they can have good-looking legs.