Why do some babies or children can't get their heels on the ground when they walk?
Most young children (approximately 2 years old) have a toe gait that does not reach the ground. This is caused by the fact that the gait is not stable and the child needs to track their own body weight. After growing up (approximately 6 years old) ) Those who still have toe gait are mostly caused by bad habits, while pathological toe gait may be caused by too tight heel buttons. In this case, orthopedic shoes with heel fixing straps, foot rests or physical treatment are required. Treatment.