The Sporting Foot and Ankle Course will provide you with a wealth of knowledge and skills to make you feel more confident with managing this complex area. This one-day course aims to develop your assessment and treatment skills for patients with a variety of different foot and ankle injuries and pathologies. There is a real emphasis on enhancing your clinical reasoning, differential diagnosis and therapeutic handling techniques. The course is a mixture of theory, case studies, group discussions and practical.

You will receive clinically relevant pre-reading ahead of the course, which will help to advance your understanding of these key principles. During the course, you will be able to build on this knowledge so that you can really make the most out the day. The course will also explore principles of manual therapy, exercise prescription and sport-specific rehabilitation, which can be applied to a broad range of injuries and sports.


  • To develop subjective history taking and pattern recognition skills specific to the foot and ankle.  
  • To develop differential diagnosis and practical assessment of: 
    • Lateral ankle pain
    • Medial ankle pain
    • Posterior ankle pain
    • Plantar heel pain
    • Midfoot and forefoot pain
  • To understand the key management principles for foot and ankle conditions (e.g., footwear modifications, manual therapy, graded rehabilitation, when to make onward referrals).



Sportkinesitherapeuten, manueel therapeuten, sportartsen, osteopaten, podologen.


Pro-Q Kine 14 punten


290€ excl. btw, 30% korting  indien betaling met KMO-Portefeuille


Syllabus, lunch en koffiepauzes.

GRATIS deelname aan de PowerTalk "Forefoot Pathology: Key Messages for Musculoskeletal Clinicians" met Lizzie Marlow op maandag 12 september '22 (19-21u)


overzicht dagindeling en pathologieën die aan bod komen

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