This GQ thread has prompted me to querey my fellow dopers in search of other folks who wore corrective casts, etc, as a child.
I was apparently pigeon-toed on my right foot, beyond the timeframe that is considered normal (toddlers are often pigeon-toed when they first start walking). So I had to wear a corrective cast that went from my upper thigh all the way down my leg that rotated the toes in my right foot outward. I’m not sure how long I wore it, but it probably wasn’t longer than a few months.
I assure you that was the last time I was “correct” in any way.
So what’s your story?