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Discussion in 'Introductions' started by garytc, May 20, 2010.

  1. garytc

    garytc Member


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    hi im garytc
    smae qualified, hpc registered hope to carry on learning with this and other websites will try to do update in courses what is best for advancement biomech or la therapy or manipulation technichques
    garytc
     
  2. Hi Gary :welcome: to Podiatry Arena. Hope that it helps you with the on going learning as it does me.
     
  3. Ian Linane

    Ian Linane Well-Known Member

    Hi Gary

    Welcome.

    You asked: what is best for advancement biomech or la therapy or manipulation technichques

    For biomech, study the various threads on this site then look at K Kirby's intricast books. This would be a good starting point before wading into the heavier biomech tombs.

    For LA I can recommend Glasgow Caledoian Uni. An excellent two week course in LA

    For Mobilsation techniques there is a wide choice. Paul Coneelly does some, TedJed does some but both are Australian and are over here at only certain times. SOBSART in Nottingham may be helpful and the Society of Sports Therapists Peripheral Joint Mobilisations is another option.

    My advice would be to chose one of the areas of study above and emmerse yourselve in it rather than try to learn them all at once. Of course, as a Grandparented Pod, an important factor may be a top up deree in Podiatry Studies. Brighton Uni do one which I found excellent.

    All the best.
    Ian
     
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