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A clubfoot is a congenital deformity where the baby's foot turns inward and the sole of the foot looks inward or even upwards. It is one of the common congenital (present at birth) foot deformities seen in every 1000 live births. In Latin, pesekinovarus is called clubfoot for short.

It can be successfully treated without surgery with serial casting, orthosis and stretching exercises called ponset for children. Treatment begins immediately after birth.


Denis Browne bar, also known as Denis Browne splint or foot abduction orthosis, is a medical device used in the treatment of clubfoot.

It can be custom shoes as well as custom made orthoses.

The decision is made as a result of the evaluation.

Thanks to the special hole in the heel area, the harmony between the foot and the boot can be easily observed.
This product is used with the advice of a doctor.

Useful Information for Dennis Brown orthosis

  • Play with your child; While wearing the Dennis Brown brace, your child can kick and swing the legs at the same time. In this case, you can play with the middle bar of the orthosis by gently bending and straightening the knees.
  • Create a Routine Wearing Time; Wear the corset every time your child goes to the "sleep point", at night and during bedtime. Your child will understand that when it's time to sleep, it's time to put on the corset. That way, your child will be less likely to get agitated or misbehave.
  • It should be ensured that the heel stays in the shoe by securing the straps and/or buckles. Check your child's feet several times a day for redness.