POSTURE AND LOWER LIMB BIOMECHANICS
This course is focused towards the professional interested in expanding his or her knowledge of lower limb biomechanics. Patients can be evaluated from a deeper perspective and programs designed with a higher level of functional individuality helping achieve goals in a safe effective manner.
It addresses the unique challenges in managing lower limb biomechanics from a truly multidisciplinary and holistic perspective. The attendee will be presented with an introduction to the important anatomical terminology and structures of the lower limb, with particular attention to the foot and its biomechanical function.
The goal of the event is to help participants understand the importance of standardized assessment and emphasize the important role they can play in improving functional posture. All theory and concepts presented are emergent in peer-reviewed literature and have been adopted as reference by many leading healthcare facilities, high performance athletic professionals and institutions.
Participants will be able to immediately implement newly gained information in practice to achieve better, more consistent, outcomes, while addressing key root cause issues in acute/chronic musculoskeletal conditions related to pathological gait.
The course is packed with new information and research and has some of the most advanced 3-D animations of the foot and lower extremity.
This course is designed for all doctors, allied health clinicians, rehabilitation specialists, podiatrists and sports professionals.
DATE AND TIME
Date: 16 December 2017 (1 day)
Time: 8:30 – 13:30, 4 Hours (2 x 2 hour slots with 30 min break)