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Early Intervention-Developmental

Decreasing Toe Walking

Toe walking is a pattern of walking in which a child walks on the balls of his or her feet, with no contact between the heels and ground. Toe walking is common in children who are learning to walk.

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Toe walking is a pattern of walking in which a child walks on the balls of his or her feet, with no contact between the heels and ground. Toe walking is common in children who are learning to walk. After the age of 2, however, most children outgrow toe walking and begin to walk with a normal heel-to-toe pattern. A customized therapy- based program can target areas and prove beneficial to assist with many contributing factors that cause toe walking as difficulty with processing sensory information through their feet and/or legs, muscular tightness and/or weakness, poor body alignment, or nervous system involvement. Toe walking can also be associated with several diagnoses, including cerebral palsy, muscular dystrophies, autism spectrum disorder, and global developmental delay. When this program is followed, at the recommended frequency, there will be an optimal achievement level of 100%.

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