Courses & Events

Foot Mobilisation Course

foot mobilisation
  • Date:
    5th & 6th October 2019
  • Time:
    09:00 two full days
  • Location:
    The Institute of Chiropodists and Podiatrists National Training Centre
    150 Lord Street
    Southport
    Merseyside
    PR9 0NP
  • Tutor:
    David Lintonbon, DO PG Cert Clin Ed

    Somuz Miah, CFPodM, BSc(PodM), Cert HTox, Dip Sp.I, PGC IP, MFPM RCPS(Glasg)

  • Cost:
    Members £370
    Non-Member £395

This foot mobilisation course is open to all HCPC registered chiropodists or podiatrists, physiotherapists, doctors, nurses, chiropractors.

This is two days of intensive practical training.

Includes:

  • Anatomy of lower limb
  • Manipulation of foot, ankle & knee
  • IOCP approved certificate
  • Course booklet

 

A podiatric joint manipulation/mobilisation technique is a gentle hands-on rapid forceful action to help restore foot and ankle joint mobility.

It is an effective and safe treatment for painful joints and stiffness due to tissues/ tendon injury. This technique can be beneficial with combined with other modality i.e. Prescription orthotics.

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  • Delegate places are limited (Max 12)
  • This course is approved and certified by The Institute of Chiropodists and Podiatrists
  • CPD certificates given on completion of training (16 credits)

 

 

Tutors

David Lintonbon, DO PG Cert Clin Ed

David qualified from the British School of Osteopathy in 1985 and the University of Brighton where he was awarded the Post Graduate Certificate of Clinical Education. David has been teaching osteopathic technique & Dry Needling for over ten years in the UK and Japan.

 

Somuz Miah, CFPodM, BSc (PodM), Cert HTox, Dip Sp.I, PGC IP, MFPM RCPS (Glasg)

Somuz is a qualified Sports Practitioner (Diploma Sports injuries & Electro Therapy, 18 years). He qualified in dry needling 4 years ago. He has been practising podiatry for over 20 years. Somuz is a Consultant Podiatrist Prescriber & Member of the Royal College of Physicians & Surgeons Glasgow.

 

How to Book

Email julie@iocp.org.uk or telephone 01704 546141 for all queries

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