Online Educational Event
Approved for 6 Structured CEPs by The College of Pedorthics of Canada.
The Conservative Management of Gait-Related Disorders
This 90-minute video reviews normal motion during the gait cycle, as described in the textbook Human Locomotion. The initial section describes ideal motions during the stance and swing phases of gait. Subsequent sections of this lecture review, in detail, exactly what is happening in all joints of the body when we walk and run. The final section of this video goes over the various biomechanical factors associated with successful sprinting and endurance running. The video finishes with a discussion of examination techniques to identify risk factors associated with running; e.g., femoral anteversion and external tibial torsion. Gait retraining techniques are also discussed.
May 27-31, 2019: Access to the pre-recorded webinar
June 3-7, 2019: Mandatory participation in the online discussion forum
Speaker: Dr. Tom Michaud
Since graduating from Western States Chiropractic College in 1982, Dr. Michaud has published numerous book chapters and journal articles on a variety of subjects ranging from biomechanics of the first metatarsophalangeal joint and shoulder,to the pathomechanics and management of vertebral artery dissection. In 1993, Williams and Wilkins published Dr. Michaud’s first textbook, Foot Orthoses and Other Forms of Conservative Foot Care, which was eventually translated into four languages and continues to be used in physical therapy, chiropractic, pedorthic, and podiatry schools around the world. In addition to lecturing on clinical biomechanics internationally, Dr. Michaud has served on the editorial review boards for Chiropractic Sports Medicine and The Australasian Journal of Podiatric Medicine. In 2017, Dr. Michaud opened his website, www.humanlocomotion.org, which provides educational material including dozens of articles and a range of clinical tools and rehab products.
Discussion Facilitator: Brad Gibbs, C. Ped (C)
Brad began his career in early 1988 after graduating from the University of Waterloo. In 1990, he established his own pedorthic practice in Cambridge Ontario and expanded with a satellite clinic in Oakville in 1995.
Brad was a member of the original Certification committee for the newly formed Pedorthic Association of Canada, authoring exam questions for the certification exam and later, for the practical portion as the examination process evolved.
Brad was a part of the group exploring Regulation in Ontario and continues to serve on the committee for Title Recognition in Ontario. In 2008 he became a member of the Board of Directors of the Pedorthic Association of Canada and served as president in 2011-12. Brad is a proud recipient of both the Award of Distinction and the Michael Van Vlack Memorial Leadership Award.
PAC Member: $100 + tax
Non-Member: $125 + tax