For example, I find that the child is a little awkward to walk. Others say it is Neiba. I want to confirm whether it is, or varus? Are there specific corrective measures?
If you look at the picture, the child does not have obvious varus and does not need special correction. If there are indeed abnormalities, go to the foot and ankle surgery to check again. There are no serious abnormalities simply looking at the photos. Generally, children have slight abnormalities, which can be corrected naturally through development to avoid walking, running and jumping too much.
If the foot varus occurs, the child is still young and can be treated by wearing shoes backwards. However, if the effect is not particularly good, it needs to be treated by wearing orthotics, which can be corrected for about 2 ~ 3 months.
First of all, from the picture, the child does not have foot varus. As for whether walking is inside eight characters, you must see the child walking. It is uncertain from the picture. If you are worried, you can take the child to the pediatrics of the hospital.