A Triangle nonprofit is tackling the most common birth defect in the U.S. that many have never heard about
The Triangle is home to one of the world's leading nonprofits focused on treating children with clubfoot. MiracleFeet, which is based on Chapel Hill, currently works with more than 100 clinics around the world, bringing an inexpensive and effective treatment to children in need.
World Clubfoot Day: Chapel Hill-based nonprofit transforms lives of 30,000 kids and counting
In the United States, a baby born with clubfoot, a congenital deformity that leaves a child's feet rotated in at the ankles, is immediately sent for treatment. In the developing world, children aren't so lucky. MiracleFeet is making a big difference in the lives of thousands of kids.