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My child has knock knees

By Jason (kenny.steel)21/5 22:42Sat May 21 22:42:52 2022

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Do you think can I allow my child to play soccer professionally if he has knock knees? Can it go away on its own or does it need treatment?

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Re: My child has knock knees

By RichardEzra22/5 00:34Sun May 22 00:34:44 2022In response to My child has knock kneesTop of thread

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I also think that you should first of all show your child to a doctor. You can also read an article about knock knees, click to visit. I've heard that in most cases, knock knees in children go away as they get older. I would also like to point out that, perhaps, exercising will also have a positive effect. I hope that you are able to get rid of this problem and that your child plays football professionally!

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Re: My child has knock knees

By tylerjack21/5 23:35Sat May 21 23:35:56 2022In response to My child has knock kneesTop of thread

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It's hard to say. Have you consulted a doctor about this problem? What does the doctor say?

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