Gait in Biomechanical Conditions

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When common biomechanical presentations come through the clinic, what gait movement patterns might we see and how does it effect the condition?
Sometimes conditions can happen in different structural foot types (supinated/pronated/neutral), but the mechanics that lead to this will be different.

Topics covered in this course are:
– Patella Femoral Joint Pain (PFJP) Vs. Patella Tendinopathy
– Medial Tibial Stress Syndrom (MTSS)
– Anterior Shin Pain
– Tibial Stress Fracture
– Achilles Tendinopathy
– Peroneal pain in the Pronated vs. Supinated Foot Types
– Tibialis Posterior Dysfunction/Tendinopathy
– Plantar Fasciopathy in the Pronated vs. Supinated Foot Types

Presented by different presenters, including: Estelle Humphris, Simon Bartold and Max Martin

Once paid, you will have lifetime access to this course to go back to whenever you need!

Still unsure if this course is for you? Here’s a taster regarding some general concepts around tendinopathies. More depth into specific tendinopathies will be covered in the course as listed above.

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