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Information for Health Professionals

Consultation services are provided through the website Children's Podiatry

The consulting services include

• Monitoring and supervision

• Lecturing and workshops on paediatric assessment and treatment

• Research design and clinical trials


Recent Selected Publications

Assessment

Article: Gait and Lower Limb Observation of Paediatrics (GALLOP): development of a consensus based paediatric podiatry and physiotherapy standardised recording proformance
Authors: Cranage, S., Banwell, H., Williams, C.M.
Date: 2016

Article: The Toe Walking Tool: A novel method for assessing idiopathic toe walking children
Authors: Williams, CM, Tinley P, and Curtin M
Date: 2010

Children

Article: Vibration Results in Short-Term Improvement in the Gait of Children With Idiopathic Toe Walking
Authors: Williams, C.M, Michalitsis, J. Murphy, A.T, Rawicki, A., Haines T.P.
Date: 2016

Article: A comparison of the birth characteristics of idiopathic toe walking and toe walking gait due to medical reasons
Authors: Baber S, Michalitsis J, Fahey M, Rawicki B, Haines T, Williams C.M
Date: 2015

Article: Effectiveness of footwear and foot orthoses for calcaneal apophysitis: a 12-month factorial randomised trial
Authors: James, A.M., C.M. Williams, and T.P. Haines
Date: 2016

Article: Factors Associated with Pain Severity in Children with Calcaneal Apophysitis (Sever Disease)
Authors: James AM, Williams CM, et al
Date: 2015

Article: Idiopathic Toe-Walking: Have We Progressed in Our Knowledge of the Causality and Treatment of This Gait Type?
Authors: Williams CM, Tinley P, et al.
Date: 2014

General

Article: Effectiveness of interventions in reducing pain and maintaining physical activity in children and adolescents with calcaneal apophysitis (Sever's disease): a systematic review
Authors: James, A.M., C.M. Williams, and T.P. Haines
Date: 2013

Article: Metatarsus adductus: Development of a non-surgical treatment pathway
Authors: Williams, C.M., A.M. James, and T. Tran
Date: 2013

Article: Is Idiopathic Toe Walking Really Idiopathic? The Motor Skills and Sensory Processing Abilities Associated With Idiopathic Toe Walking Gait
Authors: Williams, C.M., et al.
Date: 2014

Dance

Article: Foot and ankle characteristics of children with an idiopathic toe-walking gait
Authors: Williams C, Tinley PD, Curtin M, Nielsen S.
Date: 2013

Article: Vibration Perception Threshold, differences in idiopathic toe walking children compared to peers
Authors: Williams, CM, Tinley P, and Curtin M, Nielsen, S.
Date: 2012

Article: Idiopathic toe walking and sensory processing dysfunction
Authors: Williams, CM, Tinley P, and Curtin M
Date: 2010