Do you mean your toe turns out, as in being duck-footed as opposed to pigeon-toed?
What I was referring to has to do with being bow-legged versus having knock knees. The key is having the center of the knee mass travel directly over the center of the foot mass.
Bow legs is a very big risk factor because the shock-absorbing spring that is your arch doesn’t compress and absorb shock, so the shock gets fully transmitted to the knee, hips and spine.
Not only that, if the knee is either inside or outside the foot mass, it takes side-to-side force, which the knee is not designed to take.