This is when your ankles turn inward (medially) and your foot turns outwardly (laterally). If you look at a person’s heels, you will see what looks like the letter “L” as the lower part of the Achilles Tendon angles laterally compared to the upper part. The Achilles tendon should be in a straight line.
Often, there are no symptoms for many years. Such a foot presentation causes stress on the ankles and knees and can cause pain in both areas. It also effects the mechanics of how a person walks, and can lead to back problems