Pediatric Foot and Ankle Deformity Management with Serial Casting

From $500.00

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Please note that your housing choice is a request, not a guarantee. We will do our best to assign you to the condo of your choice on a rolling basis.

Registration price will increase to $2,100 USD on September 25, 2023.

We offer a $150 discount for team members. If you're bringing a team member, please let us know by way of the form below.

We require a minimum of four attendees to hold a session.

Six spots are available. 

In this practice-changing course — limited to six attendees, and held in the off-season in Telluride, Colorado from October 21 to October 27 — common developmental foot deformities are identified and described in terms of plane-based anatomical components.

Musculoskeletal assessment procedures are reviewed as the findings lead the clinician to a systematic clinical decision-making process regarding orthotic design in terms of desired load-bearing foot and limb joint alignment, the magnitude of segment enclosure, degrees of freedom provided or restrained, and posting options.

Soft-tissue extensibility findings are also used in the documentation of the effects of assorted orthotic intervention strategies.

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In this practice-changing course – limited to six attendees, and held in off-season Telluride, Colorado – common developmental foot deformities are identified and described in terms of plane-based anatomical components.

Musculoskeletal assessment procedures are reviewed as the findings lead the clinician to a systematic clinical decision-making process regarding orthotic design in terms of desired load-bearing foot and limb joint alignment, magnitude of segment enclosure, degrees of freedom provided or restrained, and posting options.

Soft-tissue extensibility findings are also used in the documentation of the effects of assorted orthotic intervention strategies.

Lab sessions feature closely-supervised trials of several ankle and foot assessment procedures, with findings applied to orthotic posting and design.

Materials will be provided for an introductory practice lab on undertaking on-site posting trials to preview effects of proposed orthotic modifications, and for a day of training in fabrication of two types of below-knee cast: plaster and SoftCast combination and FlexCast.

Travel

Airports // Fly into Montrose (MTJ) or Telluride (TEX)

Check-In // Saturday, October 21

Check-Out // Saturday, October 28

Course starts at 11:30 a.m. October 22, and ends October 27 at 5 p.m.

Housing

Shared Housing //
$600 USD for Course Classroom Condo
$700 USD for Residence-Only Condo
Each student will have their own separate bedroom and bath.

We hold the course in two 3BR/3BA condos in The River Club, located on the west side of Telluride. 


The Classroom Condo is where we set up the classroom and lab areas in the living room for the duration of the course (and give the residents a housing discount, naturally). 


The Residence-Only Condo is where the only scheduled activities are a couple of group dinners hosted by us - otherwise, it's your 'quiet space'.

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If you are registering or paying on behalf of the actual attendee(s), please enter her/his/their name(s) and email address(es) in the 'Add a note to your order' field during the check-out process.

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Team Discount

Please enter your name, and the name and email addresses of your team member(s) below. Each $150 team discount will be applied to your housing invoice, billed separately.