Podopaediatrics – How would you deal with a child’s foot problem?


The child foot encounters large amounts of change as it grows and adapts to the environment. During these formative years, the foot can be at its most vulnerable as it is having to take the load of the whole body as well as changing its shape and size. Therefore any extra stresses or pressures can have long-term and potentially serious effects.

The field of Podopaediatrics is one that explores the natural development of the foot as well as any pathological conditions that are commonly found in children’s feet. Podopaediatrics is a specialist area as the child foot and the adult foot are vastly different, and so treatment options for adult’s feet are not always directly transferable into the child foot. This workshop is designed to help you in practice to identify foot pathologies in children, and undertake appropriate treatment regimes for them.


  • Date: 16th September 2024
  • Time: 10am – 4.30pm
  • Attendance options: In-House (Maidenhead, Berkshire) / Virtual (Zoom)
  • Lecturer: Dr Andrew Hill

Bookings for this course close on 15/09/2024