The RCPod publishes a new policy position about the podiatric management of children and adults with Cerebral Palsy

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The policy position is to be used by civil servants, podiatrists, the public and politicians to aid their understanding of the podiatric management of patients with the condition.

The Royal College of Podiatry (RCPod) has today published a new policy position that provides more details about the ways in which podiatrists effectively manage individuals with Cerebral Palsy.

The policy position specifically addresses the different interventions required based on the varying needs of patients who live with Cerebral Palsy. In addition to its use by the profession, it has also been designed to be used by policy makers and healthcare commissioners.  The document hopes to provide a podiatric perspective to the national policy conversations and ensure that people with Cerebral Palsy receive integrated multidisciplinary care throughout their lives.

You can read the full policy position here.