The snake-footed people are, as the name implies, people with serpentine feet. Specifically, they have the muscles and bones of the lower part of a snake replacing their feet and part of their legs
This presents an issue for the anatomy: a snake's spine, the main support bone, is in the back, whereas the leg bones in humans are closer to the front. This is an issue, as it would prevent a solid connection for both the bones and muscles. Furthermore, the snake-feet could not be turned around, due to the nature of a snake's motion
The snake-footed people must have both human-like and truly snake-like anatomy in the legs
Is there any solution to this anatomical issue?