$75.00 USD

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Movement System Syndromes of the Ankle

3 hour live webinar with recording access (90 days)

Speaker: Mary Hastings, PT, DPT, MSCI, ATC

Date / Time: March 27, 2024 Wednesday, 6pm-9pm central time (may be purchased as a pre-recorded course after the live event)

This 3-hour live webinar will be focused on management of the foot/ankle utilizing the kinesiopathologic model.  The kinesiopathologic model proposes that movement is contributing to the pathology.  Basic understanding of the kinesiopathologic principles will make it easier to understand the various foot/ankle movement system syndromes (please refer to the free Lower Quarter Basics course).  Systematic examination of the lower extremity, with specific attention to the foot/ankle region will be presented to help you understand the various movement patterns contributing to the foot/ankle pain.  Learn the various foot/ankle movement system syndromes and the specific treatments. 

At the completion of this webinar, participants will be able to:

  • Identify differences between kinesiopathologic and pathoanatomic concepts for the management of musculoskeletal pain problems.
  • Identify differences between the various movement system syndromes of the foot/ankle.
  • Identify key tests for each foot/ankle movement system diagnosis.
  • Identify the most common contributing factors for each foot/ankle movement system diagnosis.
  • Select appropriate interventions based on the foot/ankle movement system diagnosis and contributing factors.

What you'll get:

  • If purchased before 3/27/2024, a chance to attend the live webinar with Dr. Mary Hastings (and ask questions!)
  • If purchased after 3/27/2024, this will be a self-paced pre-recorded course (must be completed within 90 days from date of purchase)
  • Recording access to the webinar until 6/25/2024 (or 90 days from the date of your purchase)
  • 3 hours CEU approved by CPTA

If you're interested in both KNEE and FOOT/ANKLE movement system syndromes, we recommend you purchase the bundle package to save the registration cost.  Go to THIS PAGE for the KNEE & ANKLE package.

If you're a serious movement system learner, we highly recommend the ALL ACCESS annual subscription plan, which includes attendance to this webinar, access to all upcoming virtual courses, AND permanent access to the recordings as long as you maintain active subscription status.  Go to THIS PAGE for the ALL ACCESS annual subscription.

Mary Hastings, PT, DPT, MSCI, ATC

Dr. Mary Hastings is a professor of physical therapy and orthopaedic surgery at Washington University School of Medicine, Program in Physical Therapy in St. Louis.  Dr. Hastings’ area of expertise is musculoskeletal injuries of the foot and ankle with expertise in biomechanical contributors to foot and ankle movement and joint deterioration. She has a 20+ year history of funded research in which she and her colleagues explore the foot deformities, joint mobility, muscle and bone deterioration, and vascular contributions associated with plantar wound development and lower extremity amputation in those with diabetes and peripheral neuropathy.