Clubfoot and other foot anomalies

Each session consists of a short presentation by a panel member followed by 1 or 2 case discussions from participants.

These free sessions are held on a Monday from 1pm – 2.30 pm (Brisbane time).

2019 schedule

2 x 8-week series offered throughout the year

4 February – 13 May 

2 September – 9 December 

For any other queries in relation to Project ECHO® Clubfoot and other foot anomalies please email:

About this series

Paediatric foot anomalies require care that often requires families to travel in order to receive specialist treatment at metropolitan centres. In many cases these patients may be able to be safely assessed and treated closer to home by local physiotherapists supported by Project ECHO®. The Queensland Children’s Hospital Physiotherapy Department partnered with the CHQ Project ECHO® Hub to deliver a case-based education program to rural and regional physiotherapists, to facilitate the provision of safe and effective patient triage and management.

We welcome interested participants managing this cohort of patients from across Australia and internationally to join in.

Quick links

Download the Foot Anomalies case template 

Clubfoot and other foot anomalies curriculum

Setting up Zoom 


What our participants have to say

“As a rural therapist often working in isolation it can be challenging to access professional development. ECHO has provided fortnightly supervision and support from the convenience of my own office! The design of the program allows for consolidation of knowledge and expert opinion in a supportive environment. I have expanded my own reflective practice skills after being given the opportunity to present whilst also receiving direct feedback from statewide experts.”
Chloe Taifalos, Physiotherapist Paediatrics