Health-related quality of life in children with flexible flatfeet: a cross-sectional study. The final section considered the broader aspects of clinical management such as side-effects from use of orthoses, outcome measures and timeline s for intervention. Further work is needed to better understand clinical decision-making and evidence-informed approaches to assessment and treatment of pes planus. A Cochrane review of the evidence for non-surgical interventions for flexible pediatric flat feet. Content analysis: review of methods and their applications in nutrition education. Consultation with clinicians and academics with experience in paediatric physiotherapy and podiatry was undertaken and additional questions developed.
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Four of the orthotists worked in the NHS and one in private practice. Eighty-seven percent of these were based in England, 9. Given the persistent debate about this condition, exploring current practices may help ensure consistent, evidence-based assessment and intervention strategies are delivered by health care professionals working in this area. The first section collected demographic information, including profession, and percentage caseload paediatrics. Informed consent was obtained from all individual participants included in the study.