CHILDREN'S PODIATRY CLINIC



Children's Podiatry Clinic | Melbourne Podiatrist | Childs Podiatrists | Kids Foot Doctor | Feet Care



At Children's Podiatry Clinic we have a special interest in the growth and development of children's feet. Children and toddlers may suffer from a range of foot problems.

Children may begin to walk anywhere between the ages of 8 to 18 months. So it is important to ensure your child's feet are developing and have any problems or queries attended too by a Podiatrist.

Children's Podiatry Clinic has a special interest in children's foot problems. A full assessment is performed to identify the source of the problem.




Children's Podiatry Clinic | Melbourne Podiatrist | Childs Podiatrists | Kids Foot Doctor | Feet Care


Children's Podiatry Clinic | Melbourne Podiatrist | Childs Podiatrists | Kids Foot Doctor | Feet Care

Children's Podiatry Clinic | Melbourne Podiatrist | Childs Podiatrists | Kids Foot Doctor | Feet Care


Children's Podiatry Clinic | Melbourne Podiatrist | Childs Podiatrists | Kids Foot Doctor | Feet Care During the first year of a child's life their feet grow rapidly, reaching almost half their adult size. By the age of 12, a child's foot is about 90 per cent of its adult length.
Children's Podiatry Clinic | Melbourne Podiatrist | Childs Podiatrists | Kids Foot Doctor | Feet Care The average person will walk around 128,000kms in a life time, that's more than three times around the earth.
Children's Podiatry Clinic | Melbourne Podiatrist | Childs Podiatrists | Kids Foot Doctor | Feet Care A quarter of all the body's bones are in the feet (There are 52 bones in a pair of feet).
Children's Podiatry Clinic | Melbourne Podiatrist | Childs Podiatrists | Kids Foot Doctor | Feet Care The record for the person with the biggest feet in the world is held by an American, called Robert Wadlow. His feet were 47cm long and he took size 37 shoes!
Children's Podiatry Clinic | Melbourne Podiatrist | Childs Podiatrists | Kids Foot Doctor | Feet Care You need to use 200 muscles in your body to walk.