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“Walk for Life” is an excellent example of success through international cooperation.”

Frederick Dietz, MD

“Walk for Life is the single most effective programme that i have been seen anywhere in the world !”

Professor, Orthopedics and Rehabilitation The University of Lowa.

The University of Loha is the home of modern treatment for clubfoot.The late Ignacio Ponseti, MD, developed the Ponseti method for clubfoot treatment, which has been accepted world-wide.Prof Dietz worked alongside Prof Ponseti for over 25 years.


Professor Fred Dietz, Asst. Prof.Dr.A.H.M Abdur Rouf and Clinic Manager Sakina Sultana at Jessore Medical college Hospital


Dr.Simon Barker

Consultant Orthopedic Surgeon


Royal Aberdeen Children’s Hospital

Members of Ponseti Users Group UK.

His MD was written on the genetics and epidemiology of congenital talipes equinovarus, this is reflected in his ongoing active research interest in clubfoot deformity.

Dr. Steve Mannion

Orthopaedic Advisor, CBM; Programme Director, Feet First Worldwide; Consultant orthopedic surgeon. UK

Dr. Mannion, is head of the Department of Conflict & Disaster Medicine at George’s Hospital Medical School in tooting,

“I have made several visits to Bangladesh to share knowledge and assess outcomes.

The standard of clubfoot treatment now provided by the Walk for Life clinics is as good as anything I have seen in the world – including North America and Europe.”



Dr Paul Wade

Podiatric surgeon USA.

“I have been to Bangladesh 14 times as a volunteer to train and evaluate. The progress of Walk for Life has been quite remarkable.”

Angela M Evans PhD

“Walk for Life is a remarkable achievement.I have visited Bangladesh 5 times:both as a trainer and researcher.Despite the hard conditions the standard of care is as good as any I have seen anywhere in the world.”

Angela M Evans PhD, FFPM RCPS (Glasg)

Senior Lecturer

LaTrobe University Australia



Denise Watson

“12 years ago I was instrumental in introducing the Ponseti treatment at the Chelsea and Westminster Hospital in London.

I have now visited Bangladesh five times.Walk for Life is a highly successful and well-organized service providing excellent patient care.

The Walk for Life model clearly works.”

Paediatric Orthopaedic Physiotherapy Practitioner to Miss Alison Hulme FRCS (Orth) Consultant Orhopaedic Surgeon & Mr Stuart Evans FRCS (Orth) Consultant Orthopaedic Surgeon


Kate Lock

Senior Manager,NHS,UK

I work as a volunteer for Walk for Life to improve systems and processes. I have been deeply impressed with the level of professionalism,high quality standards, and care for patients shown by Walk for Life.

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