Learn Lower Limb Biomechanics

on 18 September 2016 at Caistor Hall Hotel, Norwich

Registration is Now Closed.

Introduction to Module 1

We have offered this “Learn Lower Limb Biomechanics Hands-On Workshop – Module 1” training in London, Surrey, and Manchester for the last 5 years. It is a highly practical course, focusing on the biomechanical relationship between the foot, knee, leg, hip and lower back.
A mix of both practical and theory learning sessions, we’re really pleased to be bringing it to our home county, Norfolk, for the first time.

Content and Eligibility

Usually it’s Podiatrists, Chiropractors, Osteopaths, and Physiotherapist who attend. But if your training is something else, and your professional registration allows you to prescribe orthotics, you’re very welcome to come and learn with us.

  • Anatomy

    Investigate the biomechanics of conditions such as: Hallux Abducto Valgus, Metatarsalgia & Morton’s Neuroma, Plantar Fasciitis & Heel Spur, Severs Disease, Achilles Tendonitis, Shin Splints, Osgood Schlatters Disease, and Knee Pain.

  • Clinical Diagnosis

    Understand what normal and excessive pronation are, and identify and treat associated foot deformities.

  • Free Orthotics and Tools

    ICB orthotics are provided for you to test your prescriptions during the day

  • Happiness Included

    Over £90 of tools, materials and orthotics for you to use and take away.

  • Advanced Progression

    For those wanting to advance to treat more complex conditions and learn more skills, an advanced course follows.

Location & Booking

The Caistor Hall Hotel is one of the finest hotels near Norwich, and is surrounded by beautifully landscaped gardens, making it the perfect venue for your learning.

Caistor Hall Hotel, venue for the Learn Lower Limb Biomechanics - Module 1 Course
I now have the confidence to add a new and very popular treatment method into my clinical practice. Thanks Ian.JS, Physiotherapist
Relaxed, fun, and so useful. Being taught by a clinician who knows the topic inside out is so refreshing.KD, Osteopath

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