The most common foot deformity in children with arthrogryposis is clubfoot, which is typically stiffer than in the idiopathic clubfoot (IC). While the use of the Ponseti method in IC has led to improved foot mobility and reduced invasive surgical procedures, there is currently limited information of the effectiveness of serial casting (SC) in arthrogryposis. The purpose of this research is to determine the effect of serial casting in recurrent clubfoot in children with arthrogryposis on brace tolerance, foot position, patient reported outcome, and the need for surgery.
Bourantas, Christina; Church, Chris MPT; Butler, Stephanie BPT; Salazar-Torres, Jose de Jesus PhD; Henley, John PhD; Donohoe, Maureen PT, DPT; Miller, Freeman MD; and Nichols, L. Reid MD, "The Effectiveness of Serial Casting in Children with Arthrogryposis" (2021). Annual Student Research Poster Session. 57.