SYSSM FOOT & ANKLE SEMINAR
SYSSM proudly presented the ‘Foot & Ankle Seminar’ – dedicated to getting the soul back into your stride on Monday 25th September, 2017
The Free interactive evening covered:
- Foot Function
- Gait analysis (Parotech System Exclusive)
- Strength & Activation exercises
- Mobilisation & Release Techniques
- Common Foot Injuries & Management
2017 EVENT PHOTOS
John Charles graduated with honours in Podiatry from the University in London, and has since worked in both public and private practice. Additionally, he has completed additional training in dry needling and sports massage, and regularly employs these therapies in his podiatry practice. He has extensive experience in video gait analysis, fitting of athletic footwear, and prescribing orthotics and insoles.
Exercise Physiologist/Remedial Massage Therapist
Nicholas holds accreditations in both Exercise Physiology and Remedial Massage, and is passionate about the combination of the two disciplines, to develop a holistic approach to musculoskeletal concerns, enabling his patients to achieve a functionally strong and healthy body. His main area of interest is in elite athletes (AIS, Canberra Brumbies, ACT Boxing team), musculoskeletal injuries and rehabilitation, where he combines exercise physiology into his skill set as a remedial masseuse in order to provide a comprehensive and progressive approach to his patient’s individual needs.
Dean Huffer is a graduate of the Doctor of Physiotherapy program at Bond University, and also holds a Master’s degree in Exercise Science from Adams State University in Colorado, U.S.A. Dean comes from an athletics background, and was an Australian youth champion and Victorian All Schools champion over middle distance events before going onto compete collegiately in the United States. Dean’s special interests include running injuries, orthopaedics, footwear design and altitude physiology. He recently published research into the effectiveness of intrinsic foot musculature strength training for treating plantar fasciitis.