EPI - Advanced Course in Pedorthic Pathology and Management

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The EPI - Advanced Course in Pedorthic Pathology and Management. will refresh the pedorthist and other lower extremity orthotic professionals in the following subjects, each of which has complexities that are unique to each condition. Anatomy, terminology, biomechanics, pedorthic treatment protocols are reviewed on each subject.  Course is approved for 12 Category I CEU's by ABCOP for Pedorthists, Orthotists, Orthotic Assistants and Orthotic Technicians.  All others will receive Category II CEU's. 

  • Part 1 – Equinus: understanding the effect equinus has on biomechanical function and limitation
  • Part 2 – Arthritis: identifying multiple arthritic conditions and their result in different pathologies
  • Part 3 – Marfan’s Syndrome: extreme flexibility is a precursor to instability and pathology
  • Part 4 – Fractures: different fractures categories and consequences are identified and explained
  • Part 5 – Ankle Injuries: each type of ankle fracture is identified; provides the basis for recovery and management
  • Part 6 – Shoe Modification Therapy and Podiatry: how to guide podiatrists (and other healthcare providers) on why it is important to have an Rx for patients in need of footwear and related devices and modifications
  • Part 7 – Diabetes: multiple foot related disorders can be predicted based on level and severity of diabetic neuropathy
  • Part 8 – Hallux Limitus: biomechanics and causes of hallux limitus and their management
  • Part 9 – Tibial Stress Syndrome: connecting the leg to the foot to determine cause and effect of pathology
  • Part 10 – Forefoot Valgus: rearfoot/forefoot relationships are identified and explained
  • Part 11 – Juvenile HAV: heredity and biomechanics provide the basis for juvenile HAV
  • Part 12 – Pedorthic Case Histories: review of cases that are identified in context with above presentations and their outcomes
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Brand Eneslow Pedorthic Ins.