Musculoskeletal disorders in children differ from those in adults. Because children are still growing, their bodies' reactions to injuries, diseases, and deformities may differ significantly from those found in adults. What appears to be a problem in a youngster is sometimes only a phase of growth that will pass with time. Intoeing a toddler is a wonderful example of this. Some of the growth-related difficulties that youngsters have with their bones and joints do not even present in adults. Furthermore, even for the same problem, a child's evaluation and therapy differ significantly from that of an adult. A medical-surgical team approach is ideal for children with complex paediatric issues. Children's musculoskeletal disorders are diagnosed, treated, and managed by paediatric orthopaedic surgeons. Pediatric orthopaedic surgeons opt to focus their medical practise on the care of children. The particular nature of paediatric medical and surgical care is learned through extensive training and practise.