Ankle Pain: History, Aetiology, Diagnosis, Investigation and Management
Injury to the ankle is THE most commonly encountered injury in sports medicine and is responsible for 25% of all sports-related injuries (Hockenbury and Sammarco 2001). These include 21 – 53% of all basketball injuries and 17 – 29% of all soccer injuries (Ekstrand and Tropp 1990, Garrick 1977).
There are a myriad of different diagnoses that may cause pain around the ankle, and for the treating clinician, this anatomical site is a minefield.
In addition, traditional investigation and treatment paradigms have and are changing rapidly.
This brand new course from Bartold Clinical will provide you with over 50 hours of the highest quality, up-to-date and evidence-based information to ensure you are equipped to treat all aspects of acute and chronic pain around the ankle.
This course WILL change the way you approach pain around the ankle.
Part 1 – Inversion Ankle Injury
Part 2 – When Pain is Not Resolving
Part 3 – Peroneal Tendon Injury
Part 4 – Impingement Syndromes
Part 5 – Posteromedial Impingement Syndrome (PoMI)
Part 6 – Tibialis Posterior Injury
Part 7 – Rupture of the Tendon of Tibialis Posterior
Part 8 – Sinus Tarsi Syndrome
Part 9 – Other causes of pain around the ankle
Part 10 – Rheumatoid Arthritis – a must not miss cause of ankle pain
Part 11 – Other Systemic and Genetic Causes of Ankle Pain
Part 12 – Osteoarthritis of the Ankle