Learn about clubfoot

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Risks for girls with clubfoot

miraclefeet increases access to proper treatment for children born with clubfoot in developing countries through our partnerships with local healthcare providers. In just 5 years, miraclefeet has helped change the lives of more than 13,000 children in 13 different countries

The miraclefeet model

Clubfoot is a problem that can be solved.

miraclefeet provides organizational, technical, and financial support to clinics in order to provide treatment to children born with clubfoot in developing countries. The treatment costs, on average, only $250 per child.

We support local health practitioners who are trained in the Ponseti method, a non-surgical treatment that involves a series of plaster casts. Following casting, a foot brace is worn at night for several years in order to prevent relapse.

In 95% of cases, proper treatment results in full correction of the feet.

Learn more  about how YOU can help children around the world receive the best clubfoot treatment possible. Just $250 per child is a small price to pay to transform a child’s life.


Where we work

Since beginning our work, miraclefeet has partnered with over 100 clinics in 13 different countries, helping over 13,000 children. Our partners are usually public hospitals and serve low-income populations. Families often travel hundreds of miles for treatment.

miraclefeet not only helps provide treatment to these children, but also supports the follow-up and education of families going through treatment. Follow-up care is critical to ensure each child’s feet stay healthy.


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