What Are the Benefits of Foot / Ankle Specialization?
Enrich your knowledge of the foot and ankle
Provide effective analysis, treatment, and training for people with foot and ankle dysfunction
Gain ongoing access to exclusive resources and course materials
The online option gives you the experience of an in-person event and a wealth of content accessible from any internet-connected device — all at your own pace.
2-Day Live Event$895.00*
Learn alongside other movement professionals and immediately apply what you’ve learned when you return to the office, clinic, or gym.
*All Live Events include the Online Course!
Interested in taking Foot / Ankle as a team? Group rates are available! Contact our team to learn more.
Foot / Ankle is Approved for Continuing Education Credits Through:
ACSM - 17 Contact Hrs.
BOC - 17 CE Hrs.
ACE - 1.7 CECs
AFAA - 15 CEUs
NASM - 1.9 CEUs
PTA Global - 17 CECs
Physical Therapy Associations
New York - 21 CEH
Texas - 17.25 CCUs
Wisconsin - 17 CEUs
Please contact us with any questions or for more information.
If you do not see your state or organization listed, please feel free to contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
This course content is not intended for use by any participants outside the scope of their license or regulation.
Interested in Learning More About Foot / Ankle Specialization?
We’ll send you more information right away!
What Is Foot / Ankle Specialization?
The feet and ankles are the foundation of the body. How these parts move affects everything we do — whether we realize it or not. A movement professional’s understanding of the foot and ankle’s biomechanics impacts their ability to successfully treat and train people suffering from pain, dysfunction, and other injuries. However, most conventional movement education does not offer a comprehensive breakdown of the foot and ankle. Practitioners often have to make educated guesses without understanding the true nature of the dysfunction. This course fills in those gaps.
This intensive, two-day live event or online course covers:
The biomechanics of the foot and ankle
How dysfunction in the foot and ankle impact health, wellness, and healing in other parts of the body
The chain reactions between the foot and ankle, and its neighboring parts: the knee, hip, back, and more
How to use Applied Functional Science® and Chain Reaction® principles to identify, assess, and address dysfunction in the foot and ankle
How to address specific injuries, like ankle sprains, plantar fasciitis, bunions, tendonitis, Achilles tendonitis, knee, and hip problems, headaches, arm movements in sports, and more
How to assess the foot and ankles in real-life, weight-bearing scenarios, rather than prone or on a table
This course is the most universal specialization we offer. No matter what part of the movement industry you work in, what sport is your focus, or niche clients or patients you assist, you will be able to apply these learnings with your patients or clients immediately.
Who Should Enroll in Foot / Ankle Specialization?
Foot / Ankle Specialization is designed for all movement industry practitioners. We encourage professionals who work with foot injuries and dysfunction, or whose patients or clients suffer from related injuries, like knee or hip pain, to consider attending, including:
Occupational Therapy Assistants
Strength and Conditioning Coaches
Physical Therapy Assistants
Is Foot / Ankle Specialization Right for You?
Do you frequently work with patients or clients with foot and ankle injuries?
Are you struggling to rehab injured ankles?
Have you been struggling to identify the root cause of dysfunction in patient or client injuries?
Do you know how to examine the feet and ankles when assessing other injuries?
Do you need a fresh perspective on human biomechanics?
Are you looking for CEU-eligible training that can be applied to diverse practices?
After Enrolling in Foot / Ankle Specialization,
- Have a strong appreciation for the human body’s interconnectedness and how the foot and ankle impact overall wellness.
- Be able to identify, assess, and treat dysfunction stemming from the feet and ankles.
- Have a new perspective on the human body’s biomechanics and a deeper understanding of Applied Functional Science principles.
- Be able to offer your patients or clients effective treatment options that resolve their pain.
- Possess a greater appreciation for the context of your patient or client’s progress, and how to facilitate that healing in the real world, rather than in theory or on the table.
Location: Hayden Lake Physical Therapy & Aquatics | Coeur d' Alene, ID
Foot / Ankle - Live
Interested in hosting a live course? Contact Us Today!
Other Foot / Ankle Resources
Talk to our team and tell us about your specific goals
Learn more about Foot / Ankle by downloading our brochure