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Foot and Ankle Course
In March 2022, Liz Bayley and Lizzie Marlow came together to create their first foot and ankle course. They both loved working with the lower limb with a special interest in feet and ankles, and both loved teaching, so a mutual acquaintance said they should talk… the rest is history!
Liz and Lizzie’s backgrounds are quite different, although they both started out as sports therapists before they trained as physios. Lizzie now works as a Lower Limb Advanced Physiotherapy Practitioner in the NHS, and Liz is a specialist dance and sports physio working in private practice and in Theatre Land in London. They see a real mix of acute and chronic injuries, with a huge variety of patients, which provides them with some interesting case studies and a wealth of knowledge and experience between them.
Their foot and ankle course is tailored to suit the needs of the participants. They can deliver a one- or two-day course depending on how much material you’d like to cover.
Topics include, but are not limited to:
- Lateral ankle acute and chronic
- Medial ankle
- Posterior ankle
- Plantar heel pain
- Foot posture, function, and rehabilitation
- Case studies
Injuries in Dancers and Performance Enhancing Choreography
"I really enjoyed the way it was taught and it most definitely had a positive impact on the rest of the dance classes for the day!! We had a jazz class straight after and the improvement in our pirouettes was genuinely noticeable and that was only after one...
Returning to Dance Performance After Injury Part One: The Subjective Assessment
What This Blog Is About Subjective (Part One) and objective (Part Two) measures, looking at readiness to return to sport. Specifically dance performance, although a lot of the information will apply to many different athletic populations.Stages of rehabilitation,...