Foot and Ankle Course with Helene Simpson; Camelot, Rosebank, Johannesburg; 12-13 May 2017
Course times: 12.30 to 8pm on day 1 & 9am to 5pm day 2
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FOOT AND ANKLE COURSE – Assessment, Diagnosis, Treatment and Rehabilitation
This course will present an update on the functional anatomy of the foot and ankle and how this influences the choice of treatment and management outcomes for foot and ankle pathology and injury. A practical protocol to managing acute ankle injuries will also be presented and discussion around several case studies and treatment regimes will also take place.
The treatment and rehabilitation of more complex and long standing foot and ankle injuries with a special input into “weak and unastable” ankles will also be presented incorporating foot wear, orthotics, braces and taping and rehabilitation strategies. This course is practical and easy to implement in your practice and will assist you in making correct and informative decisions regarding your patients’ foot and ankle problems.
WHY DO THE FOOT AND ANKLE COURSE?
Helene is foremost a clinician who is passionate about evidence based clinical practice. The course aims give tips and guidance based on the clinical knowledge she has amassed and her on-going research.
The workshop will kick off with an update on the functional anatomy of the foot and ankle and how this influences the choice of treatment, management and functional outcomes.
Helene wants to assist physiotherapists with their clinical reasoning in grading ankle sprains, assessing acute ankle injuries and concomitant injuries. We will discuss the most useful clinical tests, the importance of the Ottawa Ankle and foot rules in excluding fractures, and how to assess a patient’s functional performance, inclusive or return to sport.
An evidence based protocol in managing acute ankle injuries will be presented and various treatment regimens will be discussed. We will discuss when and for how long an ankle should be immobilised and the immediate treatment following an ankle sprain.
A comprehensive rehabilitation workshop will address the important components to be included in a rehabilitation regime. Treatment and rehabilitation of complex and long standing foot and ankle pathologies such as recurrent ankle sprains, ankle instability and impingements, osteochondral lesions and a short introduction on mid-foot sprains, plantar heel pain, and the acquired flat foot and “weak and unstable” ankles will be presented.
She will discuss/ debate foot wear, orthotics, preventative braces and taping. This is in essence a hands-on/ practical/ interactive course (and usually a lot of fun). The rehabilitation skills are easy to implement in your practice.
|Day 1||lecture time|
|12h30||13h00||Registration: Introduction and welcome|
|13h00||15h00||Anatomy: functional anatomy (practical)||
|15h15||17h15||Assessment of the ankle foot complex||120|
|17h15||17h45||Management of acute ankle sprains||
|18h15||19h15||Complications of ankle sprains; impingments, instabilities||60|
|19h15||20h00||Manual mobilisation of the ankle foot (practical)||
|8h00||8h30||Manual mobilisation of the ankle foot (practical)||30|
|8h30||10h00||Syndesmosis, Ankle fractures||
|10h00||11h00||Tibialis posterior dysfuction and plantar heel pain||60|
|13h15||13h45||Taping/ or foot injuries: lis franc, sesamoiditis||30|
|14h30||15h00||Midfoot sprains and toe injuries||30|
|15h00||16h30||Case studies (practical)||90|
|16h30||17h00||Questions and close||
|Total lecturing hours||
Past Course Testimonials
- Helene is a brilliant teacher & explains things very practically with lots of clinical/patient experiences to help us understand. She also demonstrates wonderful fresh ideas for assessment and rehab, thank you – Belinda
- Even after 20 years experience there are new research results & treatment possibilities! – Regina
- A fantastic course. Very informative & practical. Will definitely be better at treating/rehab ankles now, thank you – Lindsay
- Uitstekende kursus, uitstekend aangebied. Kan definitief met meer vertroue ‘n problem enkel aanspreek! – Mariana
- Unthreatening learning environment – difficult anatomy made clear & new rehab exercises – Julie
- I enjoyed the course – the information was highly transferable to the clinical settings – Linda
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- Day 1: 1pm – 8pm
- Day 2: 9am – 5pm
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