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Clubfoot, Gastritis & Tooth Enamel

Posted on August 21, 2016 at 03:35:16 PM by Jolene

My Son is 9 years old. He was born with bilateral Clubfoot. They have been mainly corrected by the Ponseti Method, but keep wanting to regress due to extreme stiffness. Currently he goes to physical therapy, but he needs more help. His calf muscles are very small. Also, his dentist said that his adult teeth are not developing enamel properly, and is at risk for tooth loss. Lastly, this past year he has had severe gastritis that comes and goes. He has had to take many antibiotics, and some proton pump inhibitors. He complains continually of something in his throat, which I attribute to acid reflux, or possible sinus allergies since he get purple patches under his eyes.

Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated for my boy. Thank you for your kindness.


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