This course reviews dysfunctions and pathologies related to the lower limb movement. Through a series of presentations and hands-on labs, learn to assess and intervene these dysfunctions to your clients or patients . We will review the most common problems of the lower extremity:
- structural asymmetries
- Femoral acetabular impingement
- Hip and knee osteoarthritis
- Hip fractures
- Hip replacement
- Trochanteric bursitis, tendonitis gluteal
- Patellofemoral Syndrome / subluxations
- plantar fasciitis
- Ankle Sprains
- hallux valgus
- Pilates teachers
- Physios and Rehab professional
- Fitness instructors and personal trainers
This course consists of 8 hours of lecture and laboratory.
Polestar Online - As a Polestar student you will have access to a significant amount of valuable course material through the Polestar Online platform (the material granted depends on the course that you have registered for). Access is included in your course fee, although there is a time limit on the length of time you will be able to access the online material.
This offers students access to this valuable study resource up until the time they sit the exam. For professional courses, students are encouraged to take the exam 6-8 months after the original last course module. Students who choose to sit the exam at a later date (up to 1 year after the original final course module) may have to pay an extra fee in order to maintain access to the online material.
More details can be found in our terms and conditions here. You may also need to check with your host, as there may be country specific terms and conditions of enrollment.