POST SURGICAL FOOT AND ANKLE ONLINE MASTERCLASS – via zoom meeting

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Date of Course:
11 Apr 2020 - 15 Apr 2020

Craig says - every so often a course comes around that is just right - an experienced specialist lecturer, excellent content backed up by clinical experience and research making this course probably the best foot and ankle course in SA!
  • Lecturer: Helene Simpson
  • Price: 4 Modules Standard Fee: 110 GBP / 135 USD / 4000 INR / R1999 - please note that the fees you pay are dependant on where you live and work and earn an income. Indian and South African fees only apply to those living and working in India and South Africa
  • CPD Points: 3 Continuing Education Units / hours per module

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    POST SURGICAL FOOT AND ANKLE ONLINE MASTERCLASS – via zoom meeting; Livestream from 11 – 15 April 2020.

    WITH HELENE SIMPSON

    Physiotherapist with a special interest in the management of FOOT AND ANKLE injuries, special interest physiotherapist; MEMBER OF South African Foot Surgeons Association (SAFSA) and International Society of Cartilage repair of the Ankle (ISCRA)

    Module 1 – 11 April 2020 | 9am – 12noon South African time

    Module 2: 11 April 2020 | 3pm – 6pm South African time

    Module 3: 14 April 2020 | 9am – 12noon South African time

    Module 4: 15 April 2020 | 9am – 12noon South African time

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    Course material

    POST SURGICAL FOOT AND ANKLE ONLINE MASTERCLASS – via zoom meeting

    WITH HELENE SIMPSON

    Physiotherapist with a special interest in the management of FOOT AND ANKLE injuries, special interest physiotherapist; MEMBER OF South African Foot Surgeons Association (SAFSA) and International Society of Cartilage repair of the Ankle (ISCRA)

    Module 1 – 11 April 2020 | 9am – 12noon South African time
    1. What is the latest in literature on rehabilitation of the ankle and foot? How does traditional post injury rehabilitation compare to current evidence?
    a. Lecture/ Power Point 60 min

    2. If there is such great evidence for rehabilitation, why do we have such poor outcomes and high incidence of Chronic Ankle Instability (CAI)?
    a. Practical and lecture 60 min

    3. How do I exercise my post-op patients non-weight bearing? And for 6 to 8 weeks? Or more! Referring to midfoot fusions, calcaneal osteotomies etc.
    a. Practical and lecture 60 min
    Questions and discussion – close

    Module 2: 11 April 2020 | 3pm – 6pm South African time

    1. How do I manage a patient with a Lis Franc post-operatively? My patient is a cross fit athlete.
    a. Lecture + exercises photos 30 min

    2. Case study on the rehabilitation of Tri-malleolar fracture: female with CRPS
    a. Lecture/ case study 45 min

    3. Is conservative management of ruptured achilles better than surgery?
    a. Lecture 45 min
    4. I had a repair of my achilles, but it is too painful to do the rehab? What now?
    a. Case study/ theory 60 min

    Questions and discussion – close

    Module 3: 14 April 2020 | 9am – 12noon South African time
    1 I have been asked to treat a dysfunctional Tibialis Posterior conservatively. What can I do? Is it possible?
    Lecture + exercises photos 40 min

    2 Plantar fasciitis is not always just that? Clinical tips on differential diagnosis and treatment plans?
    Lecture/ PowerPoint 40 min

    3 Any ideas for my hammer toes other than surgery?
    Lecture 30 min

    4 Will patients benefit from physiotherapy after hallux valgus surgery?
    Lecture 45 min

    5 My patient has severe sesamoiditis? What am I supposed to do to help?
    Lecture 20 min

    Questions and discussion – close

    Module 4: 15 April 2020 | 9am – 12noon South African time

    1 I sprained my ankle, but I still have this “weird” pain. Do you think it is cuboid syndrome? Lecture with practical 60 min

    2 I sprained my ankle, but I still have so much pain inside my ankle on taking weight and my ankle is stiff! I cannot do my rehab.
    What should I do now? Lecture 45 min

    3 Severe fracture of tib fib with ankle dislocation? Clinical tips on a strategy to assist the long journey to recovery.
    Case study/ Lecture 60 min

    Questions and discussion – close

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    Course Times

    Course times:

    Module 1 – 11 April 2020 | 9am – 12noon South African time

    Module 2: 11 April 2020 | 3pm – 6pm South African time

    Module 3: 14 April 2020 | 9am – 12noon South African time

    Module 4: 15 April 2020 | 9am – 12noon South African time

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