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Ankelkursus: Ambulation, Activity and AnkelFoodOrthosis

maj 4 -13:45 - maj 17 -17:00

“Ambulation, Activity and AnkelFoodOrthosis: Addressing the ankel to improve Gait and Function”,

– er et online, corona venligt, interaktivt ZOOM webinar nu i maj 2021, med den amerikanske underviser Amanda Hall, PT, MPT, PCS, ATP (  https://www.amandahallpt.com/  )

Er du interessert i at kunne forbedre patientens aktivitetsniveau i forhold til f.eks stand, gang og andre hverdags aktiviteter? Er du interessert i at udvide dit undersøgelses-/behandlings repertoire til pediatriske og neurologiske patienter med fod/ankel problemer? Herunder bl.a lære hands-on skills  til forbedring/styrkelse  af “foot core” og interventioner med positiv indflydelse på neuroplastisitet.  Hvornår vælger du at anbefale ortose og hvorfor?  Dette og meget mere får du svar på ved deltalgelse i kurset. Kurset er blevet tilpasset så det imødekommer vores europædiske tidszone. Det afholdes 4 gange af  3 til 3.5 timers varighed, over ialt 14 dage. Dette giver deltagerne mulighed for at arbejde med tillærte hands-on- skills mm  i  dagene mellem de enkelte kursus dag.  Har det vækket din interesse? Hvis ja så send mail til karenclausen67@gmail.com.

Kursusudbyder/webinar værter er:

Karen Clausen (karenclausen67@gmail.com), til daglig fysioterapeut på sensomotirisk klink, Regionshospitalet Hammel, Danmark og Helping Hands Physiotyerapy v. Fysioterapeut Clara Clapice, Irland

Praktisk information

Dato:  4 maj, 6 maj, 10 maj & 17 maj 2021

Sted for afholdelse: Online

Tilmelding: Karen Clausen på mail: karenclausen67@gmail.com.

Pris: 2270 kr. (information om betaling føger ved tilmelding).

Relevante PDF filer vedlagt nederst på siden.

NB: DSNF står ikke for tilmelding og registrering af dette kursus. Al henvendelse skal ske til Klaren Klausen

Program

 

Starting times 13:00 Dublin/13:45 Denmark/08:00 in DC

Day 1 (3 hours)

Tues May 4th

Time Topic & Details
13.45-14:00 Check-in
14:00-14:40 Lecture: Introduction and Terminology

Organizing and detangling foot and ankle terminology

14:40-15:00 Break out room 1: Terminology Worksheets
15:00-15:10 Post-breakout room discussion
15:10-16:10 Lecture: Ankle function, Relevant evidence, and Models of Intervention Part 1: Building a model of Foot and Ankle Function

Requisites for therapeutic gait

Functional anatomy of the foot and ankle Kinesiopathological model

The ankle as a movement system Impact of pediatric, neurologic, orthopedic health conditions

Function of Foot Intrinsics: The “Foot Core”

Part 2: Do We Need to Intervene?

Cultures of intervention

Review of relevant evidence

Impact on developing systems: The Developmental Kinesiopathological Model

16:10-16:20 Break and discussion
16:20-16:25 Lecture: Goals using the ICF Model
16:25-16:35 Case example and discussion
16:35-16:50 Introduction to examination

Discussion and demonstration of key tests Dorsiflexion Stress test Talocrural Axis Test

16:50-17:00 Final questions and discussion

 

 

Day 2

Thurs May 6th

3.5 hours

Time Topic & Details
13:45- 14:00 Check – in
14:00-14:10 Discussion and questions from day one, experiences with practice of key tests
14:10-14:40 Lecture: Movement System Analysis for the Foot and Ankle, Musculoskeletal Exam

Safe and effective patient and therapist positioning

Structural Exam

Functional Exam

Non-weightbearing Corrective Force Test

Weightbearing Corrective Force Test

14:40-15:00 Demonstration: Musculoskeletal Exam Spotlight participant: Musculoskeletal Exam
15:00-15:10 Break and discussion
15:10-15:40 Lecture: Movement System Analysis for the Foot and Ankle Neuromotor Exam

Sensory/Perceptual and Pain Exam Relevant Systems Screening Individual Qualities

15:40-16:00 Lecture: Movement System Analysis for the Foot and Ankle: Gait
16:00-16:10 Break and discussion
16:10-17:10 Lecture: Interventions and Evidence:

Maximizing the resiliency and resources of the foot and ankle complex Joint Mobilizations to improve ankle mobility and relative flexibility Soft tissue mobilizations to improve ankle mobility and relative flexibility Demonstration:

Hindfoot mobilizations, soft tissue mobilizations

Supination and pronation progressions

17:10-17:20 Participant Spotlight: Mobility of ankle joints and soft tissues
17:20-17:30 Final questions and discussion

 

Day 3

Mon May 10t h (3 hours)
Time Topic & Details
13:45-14:00 Check-in
14:00-14:15 Discussion and questions from Day 3, about case studies and clinical experiences
14:15-14:30 Class demo/do: Skill building

Hindfoot mobilizations, soft tissue mobilizations

14:30-15:00 Lecture: Motor Control

Improving Motor Control and Strength of the foot and ankle

Strategies to improve motor learning

15:00-15:10 Break and discussion
15:10-15:30 Class demo/do: Skill building

Retraining patterns of recruitment and tonic contraction: emphasis on

stability in the “foot core” and eccentric gastrocsoleus

Taping strategies to promote foot intrinsic musculature

Progressive Resistive Exercises for the foot core and eccentric control

15:30-16:15 Lecture: The Role of Neuroplasticity in Foot and Ankle Function Interventions to address neuroplastic changes Pain neuroscience education for the foot and ankle
16:15-16:25 Break and discussion
16:25-16:45 Break out rooms: Case studies: designing an integrated plan of care
16:45-17:00 Case study discussion

 

Day 4

Mon May 17t h (3.5 hours)
Time Topic & Details
13:45-14:00 Check-in
14:00-14:10 Discussion and questions from Day 2
14:10-15:10 Lecture: Orthotics Part 1

Goals of orthotic intervention

Use of orthoses to support neuromotor and musculoskeletal rehabilitation and development

Creating orthotic groups to guide problem solving

Orthotic prescription versus design

Orthotic prescription based on musculoskeletal exam

15:10-15:20 Break and discussion
15:20-16:20 Lecture: orthotics Part 2

Orthotic design based on Movement System Analysis findings

Gait diagnosis groups

Designing support: Coronal, Sagittal, and Transverse Planes Orthotic dosage

16:20-16:40 Break and discussion
16:40-17:00 Break out rooms: Case studies: orthotic intervention as part of the overall plan of care
17:00-17:30 Post-break out room discussion, final questions

 

Ambulation Activity and AnkelFoodOrthotics folder Kursus program maj 2021 Tilmeldingsblanket

Kursus program maj 2021

Tilmeldingsblanket

Detaljer

Start:
maj 4 -13:45
Slut:
maj 17 -17:00
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