My daughter was born with talipes on both feet. They said it was she was so crammed up inside and the cord had twisted around her feet pretty much tying them together. She had full leg plasters for about the first 4 weeks. Then then went to taping her ankles. The right was worse then the left. From there they left the left one and put a half splint on the right although that caused her discomfort so I left it off. Naughty of me but it actually bruised her foot. We then left it for about 4 weeks. Now she has a removal splint on the right foot which stays on for a few hours then off for a few hours. teh left foot is now perfect, the right better but when she is cold or upset it still turns in. They first said all would be perfect by 6 to 8 weeks, she is now 14 weeks old. Im hoping another 2 weeks of the splint and all will be okay. Apparently it is quite common. It depends on whether its just the muscles and tendons that have turned in and grown inward or the bone. If its the bone they have to break the feet and reset. Luckily it was just the tendons in our case.
Goodluck with everything.
Emma with 10monthold daughter Mollie