. A practical manual of the treatment of club-foot. to fit the soles ofthe feet, and joined together opposite the ankle-joints. The restraint is, of course, irksome to thechild, and, in his efforts to kick himself out of thebandages, he brings into action all the muscles ofthe legs—accomplishing the very object desired—and, in the graphic language of Dr. Atlee, kickshimself straight. To make an apparatus of this kind to fit thechild, you place his foot on a piece of folded paper,about one inch and a half or two inches from its DE. NEILS PLAN. 63 folded edge; mark with a pencil the size of thec
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