The Gait Professionals at Burlington Orthotic Centre answer: It sounds like the clubfoot is in one foot only. There will be a discrepancy in size between one foot and the other, which you must take into consideration when fitting with footwear. The affected foot will bear a lot of weight on the outside border, or lateral border of the foot as opposed to the sole. The toes may also point inward.
It is not uncommon in some clinical cases to find a high arched and downwardly twisted foot, and a shortened limb on the affected side. These factors will compromise gait.
There are various flexibilities of clubfoot, and a thorough assessment by a pedorthist or an orthotist should be performed. Custom-made inserts with wedges to offload the area or shoe modifications may also be necessary.
The professional staff of pedorthists and athletic therapists at Burlington Orthotic Centre and the Milton Orthotic and Wellness Centre strive to educate and inform people as to the best approach for treating biomechanical abnormalities. Whether it is a custom orthotic you need, or an off-the-shelf product, a brace, the appropriate shoe for your foot type, or someone to help you with some exercises to speed up recovery, the professional staff has all the answers. Learn more at http://www.burlingtonorthotics.com/ or http://www.miltonorthoticwellness.com/.