Lower Limb Biomechanics Course
- Dr Abbie Clinics
- September 4, 2017
Internationally renowned lecturer and podiatrist, Dr Abbie Najjarine will deliver this two-day comprehensive training program on biomechanics – providing a final chance for podiatrists to earn CPD training points before the year ends.
Dr Najjarine has trained over 20,000 students worldwide and has treated over 250,000 patients in lower limb biomechanics in the past 26 years. He is also the author of The Orthotic Revolution.
- Understanding Biomechanics
- Forces and ground reaction forces
- RCSP and NCSP made easy
- Forefoot deformities
- Gait analysis and postural assessment
- Subtalar neutral made easy to assess
- Types of biomechanical foot structures
- How to simply assess if patient need for orthotics and types
- How to prescribe orthotics to treat a biomechanical deformities
- How to cast for orthotics and the types of casting methods used
- Conditions treated by orthotic therapy
- Advance biomechanical training
- Six step Najjarine system
- Tibial torsion -measuring malleolar position
- Forefoot valgus, Varus, Supinatus,plantarflexed 1st and dorsiflexed 1st made easy to analyze.
- Hip range of motion
- Leg length using the unique Najjarine method
Placing together the six step assessment test and identifying causes of conditions and treatment techniques.
- Casting methods (Hands on training)
- Prescription writing
- Orthotics types
- How to modify orthotics (Hands on Training)
- Learn foot mobilisation and adjustments (Hand on Training)
- Prolotherapy: how it works and how it assist in your treatment regime
- Dry needling-how it works with your treatment regime
- Shock wave therapy- how it works with your treatment regime.
Where: 27 Monro Ave, Kirrawee 2232
Cost: $400 for one day + GST or $700.00 for 2 days +GST
Costs include morning tea, lunch and afternoon tea.
To book please email your contact details to firstname.lastname@example.org including:
- Phone number
- Number of attendees
- Dietary requirements
Or contact (02) 9575-0247. Bookings must be received by Thursday, 9 November 2017