We have selected some case reports about deformities in child developmental age. All patients had performed our patented Robotic Physiotherapy

Genu valgum

Male in child developmental age with idiopathic genu valgum (grade IV), with IMD (intermalleolar distance) >7,5 cm. A Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation Specialist collected data during physical examination. The medical report is shown below.

Age: 12
DIAGNOSIS: genu valgum (grade IV) and Class I obesity (BMI: 34,1)
P.E: pelvic malalignment; lumbar hyperlordosis; malalignment of shoulders; flat feet; genu valgum with IDM=cm 13,3

PRIMA                                            DOPO

Before therapy:                IDM (intermalleolar distance)= cm 13,3
After therapy:                  IDM (intermalleolar distance) = cm 1,0
 

Patient performed a whole course of robotic physiotherapy. We achieved excellent and lasting results, with our devices

Asymmetric genu valgum

Male in child developmental age with idiopathic genu valgum (grade IV), with IMD (intermalleolar distance) >7,5 cm. A Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation Specialist collected data during physical examination. The medical report is shown below.

Age: 11
DIAGNOSIS: asymmetric genu valgum and Class I obesity (BMI: 35,2)
P.E: pelvic malalignment; lumbar hyperlordosis and scoliosis; genu valgum with IDM=  cm 14; flat feet

PRIMA                                                   DOPO

Before therapy:                IDM (intermalleolar distance)= cm 14
After therapy:                     IDM (intermalleolar distance) = cm 3,6
 

Patient performed a whole course of robotic physioterapy. We achieved an excellent and lasting result. A 3-years follow-up, without any treatment, is shown below: result has remained unchanged.

 

Genu varum

Male, 17 years old with idiopathic genu varum and ICD (intercondylar distance) >7,5 cm. A Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation Specialist collected data during physical examination. The medical report is shown below.

Age: 17
DIAGNOSIS: idiopathic genu varum, thoracic hyperkyphosis, thoraco-lumbar scoliosis
P.E: lateral displacement of the spine (0,8 cm); malalignment of soulders, scapulae and pevis; squinting patella; forward head posture; thoracic hypekyphosis; genu recurvatum; IDC (intercondylar distance)=  6,9 cm
 

PRIMA                                            DOPO

Before therapy:                IDC (intercondylar distance)= 6,9 cm
After therapy:                   IDC (intercondylar distance)= 0,1 cm
 

Patient had performed a whole course of robotic physiotherapy, with excellent findings.

Thoracic Hyperkyphosis

Male in child developmental age with thoracic hypekyphosis and plumbline distance from C7 to the apex of kyphosis of 79mm. A Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation Specialist collected data during physical examination. The medical report is shown below.

Age: 15
DIAGNOSIS: thoracic hyperkyphosis
P.E.: forward head posture; malalignment of shoulder; plumbline distance from C7 to the apex of kyphosis=  79 mm
 

PRIMA                                DOPO

Before therapy:                plumbline distance C7- apex of kyphosis= 79 mm
After therapy:                   plumbline distance C7- apex of kyphosis= 35 mm
 

Patient had performed a whole course of robotic physiotherapy. Excellent findings