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Most orthopaedic surgeons agree that the initial treatment of congenital clubfoot should be non-operative, beginning in the first days of life. Controversy is present about the need of extensive soft tissue release.
While there is a renaissance of the less invasive Ponseti technique in the USA, the majority of European surgeons prefer more invasive techniques like posteromedial release by Turco.  

Surgical Techniques

•	Lengthening of Achilles Tendon
•	Posterior and Posteromedial Release
•	Peri- and Pantalar Release
•	Transfer of Tendons

Döderlein L, Wenz W, Schneider U. Der Klumpfuß; Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg 1999 
Ponseti I. Clubfoot Management, J Pediatr Orthop 20(6), 699-700, 2000
Turco VJ. Surgical correction of the resistant clubfoot: one stage posteromedial release with internal fixation: a preliminary report. J Bone Joint Surg 53A:477-97, 1971

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