The aim of the treatment of congenital clubfoot is to obtain a foot which is fully corrected, plantigrade, mobile and painless. Because conventional methods require repeated extensile soft tissue surgeries and osteotomies, have high recurrence rates, and it is not too easy to obtain these conditions for every case, gradual distraction and correction with external fixator is presented as an alternative treatment method. One of the advantages of this method is that it allows the correction of the deformity in multiple planes. Also, this method is minimal invasive, can combine with osteotomies and soft tissue surgeries, preserve foot size, and allows early weight bearing. The difficulties and complications of treatment are: prolonged treatment period, pin tract infection, pain caused by distraction and joint motion restriction.