Best Practices in Orthotic Therapy: What the Evidence Tells Us
Des Moines, IA US
April 10, 2015
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Des Moines University podiatry and physical therapy students.
- Evidence-Based Foot Orthotic Therapy: A Pathology-Specific Approach
Derive superior clinical outcomes, greater patient satisfaction, and build a more successful orthotic therapy practice. This portion of the program will incorporate current research, relevant literature, and advancements in biomechanics and orthotic therapy to help you develop the best orthotic prescription based on the specific pathology for plantar fasciitis, hallux limitus, metatarsalgia, pediatric flatfoot and other pathologies.
- Orthotic Troubleshooting and In-office Modifications
Learn how to systematically evaluate, prevent, and treat common orthotic problems. This practical presentation will help attendees improve clinical outcomes while decreasing time spent adjusting orthoses.
- Orthotic Therapy in Modern Podiatric Practice
In this presentation we will discuss how orthotic therapy will be incorporated in the future practice of podiatric medicine.
Larry Huppin, DPM
Medical Director, ProLab Orthotics
Des Moines University
Student Education Center Auditorium3200 Grand Avenue
Des Moines, IA 50312
- 4.00 CE Contact Hour(s)