BDI Playhouse Children’s Therapy is excited to offer a variety of dynamic and serial casting options to address toe walking (equinus gait pattern), club foot, club foot relapse, and a range of motion limitations and poor alignment of the foot and ankle.
The casting process is a noninvasive treatment technique using a cast or series of consecutive casts with a goal of improving range of motion and mobility and improving foot alignment.
Most casts are applied using a flexible cast material or plaster that can be removed in the home after 4-7 days and most children walk on the cast and can participate in reasonably typical activities during the casting process.
Goals of Casting:
Therapists providing serial casting:
Conditions that can be addressed with serial casting: