Podiatry reports for children
Here at Chiropody.co.uk we provide a service which offers specialist podiatry reports for children written on request by our fully qualified professionals. We offer podiatry reports in the following areas:
- General podiatry reports and letters
- Surgical opinion reports
- Medicolegal report
- Biomechanical assessment reports
General Podiatry Reports and LettersGeneral podiatry reports for children can be provided following a comprehensive assessment. Following this assessment the podiatrist will detail the results in written letter to the childs GP, insurance company or other third party. The contents of a podiatry report may include requests for further testing, medication, orthotic intervention or surgery.
Surgical Opinion Reports
Our podiatrists here at Chiropody.co.uk offer a service which provides surgical opinion reports and letters for children who may be being considered for surgery. A surgical opinion report or letter is sometimes required when other forms of podiatry treatment have been tried without success. A child will be fully assessed to decide if surgery is appropriate.
Medico-legal ReportsOur medico-legal report writing service involves the preparation of professional court reports developed by our exert witness podiatrists. Following an assessment of a child we have specialist therapists who can cover the following areas:
- The high risk foot
- Podiatric surgery
- Musculoskeletal podiatry
All our podiatrists are up to date with current research and treatment methods. Our reports will advise on current and future treatment that may be required, functional ability, the price of treatment, the childs potential for improvement.
All our podiatrists are fully qualified to degree level and state registered with the Health Professions Council.
Biomechanical Assessment ReportsChiropody.co.uk can carry out detailed biomechanical assessments and gait analysis of paediatric patients and from the results of these assessments produce a biomechanical assessment report. A child with poor function in the region of the foot and lower limb may experience the following biomechanical problems:
- Flat feet
- Toe walking
- In toeing
- Out toeing
- Severs disease
- Knee pain
- Shin splints
- Plantar fasciitis
- Calf pain
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