Forefoot PainCan we manage it better?
This 1-day course takes a hands-on, in depth look into forefoot pain, its origins and the mechanisms of successful interventions that can be implemented to aid recovery. A whole day devoted to forefoot pain, pathology and treatment at the propulsive phase of gait. Well received when first run in 2016.
As with all Ian’s courses this is very pragmatic and practical day where what you learn can be applied in clinic the next morning.
This course is run by Phil Wells and Ian Linane.
- Functional anatomy during gait and pathomechanics (also including general lower limb function at the propulsive phase e.g. gluteals, gactrocnemius and soleus etc)
- Assessment and clinical tests – foot structure, shoe assessment, callus patterns – aiming to understand gait style
- Diagnostics tests – Lachman Draw, Sesamoids apprehension, capsulitis compression, periosteal stress test, Hallux Limitus/rigidus assessment.
- Practical interventions specific to the conditions listed below:
- Metatarsophalangeal ligament/capsule strain and tear
- Stress fractures of the lesser metatarsals
- Digital neuritis and mortons neuroma
- Hallux limitus
- Hallux valgus
This course is suitable for:
- Sports Therapists
Dates and Costs for 2019
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*** Please note this course is not running in 2018. **