New Foot and Ankle Course!

New Foot and Ankle Course!

To follow up from the excellent Global Health course in January we have the Foot and Ankle course in March.

The first section of the foot and ankle course will be published on Monday the 6th of March and will provide you with an introduction that will enable you to assess and treat foot and ankle conditions based on up to date evidence and practice, from the diabetic foot to the high level sporting athlete.

The foot and ankle is a complex structure which presents in a wide variety of clinical settings. Best practice requires skills in assessment, treatment and rehabilitation across acute and chronic conditions. The foot and ankle is a large topic, that in itself can be studies as a full degree, as our colleagues; podiatrists do, therefore this course is by no means exhaustive. Therefore this learn topic will be an introduction and allow you to create a foundation for you to build upon.

The course will be covered over 4 weeks:

  1. Weeks 1 – Structure and function of the foot and ankle
  2. Week 2 – Medial and lateral aspects of the ankle
  3. Week 3 – Conditions of the anterior, posterior and plantar aspects
  4. Week 4 – Other common conditions and orthotics

Expect to spend 4-6 hours per week on this learn topic but with the flexibility to suit you.

At the end of the course you should be able to analyse issues involving the foot and ankle using functional anatomy and biomechanics. You will then be able to clinically reason different treatments and rehabilitation options based on the latest evidence.

To gain acces to this course you will have to be a member of Physiopedia Plus.

Login if you are a full member

Purchase membership to access

There is still time to go back and work through the entire Global Health course in your own time on PP+

Scott BuxtonPhysiopedia news by: Scott Buxton

My name is Scott and I am currently the editor of physiospot.

Away from the keyboard I am extended scope physiotherapist working in ED and an acute frailty unit specialising in rapid assessment and discharge of acutely unwell frail older people.

Comments

  1. kareemah alzuhair says:

    i would love to take this course but i cant find it in physiopedia ..
    how can i register in it?!

  2. Scott Buxton Scott Buxton says:

    Hi Kareemah, you’ll need to be a member of physiopedia plus to gain access to the course at this time. This link will direct you to the sign up page http://members.physio-pedia.com/ I hope this helps!

  3. kareemah alzuhair says:

    i am a full member but i still can not sign in?

  4. Scott Buxton Scott Buxton says:

    Have you had luck signing in Kareemah?

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