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Everyday Foot & Ankle Brisbane

A one day workshop by A/Prof Craig Allingham focused on the practical assessment and management of everyday foot and ankle presentations.

Physiotherapists have much to offer and it is all based on a clear understanding of the anatomy, mechanics, pathology and recovery of common foot and ankle conditions and our great exercise awareness.

The Everyday Foot and Ankle is a practical day reviewing the foot and ankle research and clinical options and spending lots of hands-on time in assesment and treatment and, of course, exercise & rehab.  The workshop is designed for those who see everyday feet, rather than high performance feet of athletes and dancers.

Topics Include:

  • Clinical Anatomy Review (sounds boring but is really a great catch up)
  • Functional assessment of gait, jump, hop, squat, rise on toes
  • Tibialis Posterior dysfunction evaluation and treatment
  • Principles of orthotic prescription
  • Taping, taping and some more taping
  • Specific Condition Management for: Plantar Fasciopathy, Tendo Achilles degeneration or repair, Syndesmosis injury, Hallux arthritis and 'simple' & 'high' ankle sprains
  • Exercise Rehab - specific retraining for lower limb to improve balance, proprioception (these are different things), strength, power, agility and range.

This course is very much a 'shoes off' practical workshop and participants are invited to participate as fully as their cranky feet will let them.

These workshops  are coordinated by the Australian Physiotherapy Association for members and non-member physiotherapists. The course fee will depend on your membership status, but all are welcome. 

Click Here to find out more (venue, fees, how to register)

Comments from Participants:

Anatomy review was excellent, and the taping was new to me. The exercise section was thought provoking and brought new ways of thinking particularly about proprioception.  (Joan McLeod, UK)

Loved the use of taping to control symptoms and unload tissues - allows patient to start exercises earlier and safer. (Clive Dunne, Sydney)

Sat, 25/07/2020 - 08:30