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Oct
31
Sun
Pediatric Foot & Ankle Deformity Management with Serial Casting (Telluride CO) @ The River Club
Oct 31 – Nov 5 all-day

Instructor: Beverly Cusick, PT, MS, NDT, COF/BOC

A PRIVATE TUTORIAL FOR SIX IN SENSATIONAL TELLURIDE, COLORADO

Only 4 Seats Left!

Who Should Attend: Physical therapists, certified orthotists, physicians in physical medicine & rehabilitation, and pediatric orthopedists. (Sorry, no PTAs or ortho techs.)

Six days, six colleagues, world-renowned instructor, practice-changing content, hands-on labs… and a beautiful location at off-season rates. How could you miss it?

In a collegial living-room setting, Beverly (Billi) Cusick relates the role of postural alignment and control to developing foot alignment and function, equinus deformity development, and management strategies using tuned AFOs and casts. In lab sessions, participants assess the ankle and foot, optimize postural alignment and function from the foot up, and fabricate below-knee casts that support neuromotor training.

Go home with a solid introduction to pediatric foot & ankle development, normal and pathomechanical foot function, and novice-level skills in: a) assessing the foot and ankle; b) posting orthoses to optimize postural control and foot function; and c) fabricating 3 types of below-knee cast used progressively.

Bonus: You receive access to two pre-course webinars, a set of fully-referenced handout materials, and an assessment tool kit.

Double-Bonus: Get trained for TheraTogs Fitter Certification Level-I, Posture and Torso Alignment, at no additional cost (optional).

Note: We require a minimum of four attendees per session; your registration in this Session 1 course will be pending – and we will not process payments – until we confirm the course.

Given the current circumstances, we STRONGLY recommend that you purchase refundable/changeable airfare, once your course registration is confirmed. We are not responsible for travel expenses in the event the course is cancelled or postponed.

 Interested? Read More…

 

Nov
7
Sun
Pediatric Foot & Ankle Deformity Management with Serial Casting (Telluride CO) @ The River Club
Nov 7 – Nov 12 all-day

Instructor: Beverly Cusick, PT, MS, NDT, COF/BOC

A PRIVATE TUTORIAL FOR SIX IN SENSATIONAL TELLURIDE, COLORADO

Only 1 Seat Left!

Who Should Attend: Physical therapists, certified orthotists, physicians in physical medicine & rehabilitation, and pediatric orthopedists. (Sorry, no PTAs or ortho techs.)

Six days, six colleagues, world-renowned instructor, practice-changing content, hands-on labs… and a beautiful location at off-season rates. How could you miss it?

In a collegial living-room setting, Beverly (Billi) Cusick relates the role of postural alignment and control to developing foot alignment and function, equinus deformity development, and management strategies using tuned AFOs and casts. In lab sessions, participants assess the ankle and foot, optimize postural alignment and function from the foot up, and fabricate below-knee casts that support neuromotor training.

Go home with a solid introduction to pediatric foot & ankle development, normal and pathomechanical foot function, and novice-level skills in: a) assessing the foot and ankle; b) posting orthoses to optimize postural control and foot function; and c) fabricating 3 types of below-knee cast used progressively.

Bonus: You receive access to two pre-course webinars, a set of fully-referenced handout materials, and an assessment tool kit.

Double-Bonus: Get trained for TheraTogs Fitter Certification Level-I, Posture and Torso Alignment, at no additional cost (optional).

Note: We require a minimum of four attendees per session; your registration in this Session 1 course will be pending – and we will not process payments – until we confirm the course.

Given the current circumstances, we STRONGLY recommend that you purchase refundable/changeable airfare, once your course registration is confirmed. We are not responsible for travel expenses in the event the course is cancelled or postponed.

 Interested? Read More…

 

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