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Paediatric orthopaedics

If you have any concerns about any aspect of your child's musculoskeletal system (traumatic or not), please contact me to arrange an appointment.

Having trained in the Chelsea and Westminster Children's hospital and worked with surgeons in the Evelina London Children's Hospital, a large dedicated paediatric hospital that is part of Guy's and St Thomas' Hospital, I am confident in managing children's orthopaedic problems.

Our clinic is very child friendly and as a father of 3, I pride myself on being very child friendly too! I examine through play and have been known to put matching plaster casts on children's favourite toys! 


Toddler with Toys

Common paediatric orthopaedic problems


An internally rotated foot when compared to the other side

Bowed legs

Legs that bow outwards

Knocked knees

Knees that bow inwards and touch each other

Limping child

Any limp, traumatic or not, should be seen promptly

Painful joints

Any persisting joint pain in children should be assessed

Injuries & fractures

Breaks or bends in the bone need ongoing monitoring, rehabilitation and occasional surgery

Worried about your child's musculoskeletal system?

Contact me if you've got any concerns and I'll be happy to see and examine your child.

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