Marcha en inversión

Alfonso Migoya Nuño, José Pablo Unda Haro, Pola Capuano Tripp

Resumen


El caminar de los niños, conocido como marcha, no es homogéneo, pues varía de uno a otro según su edad. En los primeros 8 años de vida la marcha va perfeccionándose a medida que se adquieren habilidades, hasta que logran caminar de forma similar a los adultos. 

En este lapso, una variante muy frecuente es la “marcha en inversión de pies”, que se define como el desplazamiento o rotación de las puntas de los pies hacia la línea media.


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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.18233/APM41No4pp191-1952009

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