Our expert says:
You will probably find that in time the ligaments do become tighter and there is an increase in muscle tone that will help with an in-toeing gait. A lot of children at this age seem to toe in quite a bit which gets better as they grow a bit older. Insoles can help but children at this age often go barefoot which does not help! It seems from your letter that his feet do not bother him and that he walks and runs. I would suggest that you leave things as they are and assess it as you go along.
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