Time or duration of symptoms is one of the biggest determinants in gauging responsiveness to treatment for musculoskeletal injuries, which can include chronic plantar fascial stress. Join Functional Podiatrist Dr Emily Splichal as she explores the unique tissue changes that occur in chronic tissue leading to disorganization and neo-vascularization at the site of injury. Learn how treatment options need to vary based on acute vs chronic presentation as well as the latest research on a functional approach to plantar fasciosis.
- Define the difference between acute and chronic soft tissue injury.
- Describe the different phases of tissue repair cycle.
- Explain fibrinolysis and different techniques to support this process.
- Describe the role of corrective exercise in chronic tissue injury and best time to incorporate these techniques.
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Disclosure: Dr Emily Splichal is the Founder of the Evidence Based Fitness Academy and Creator of the Barefoot Training Specialist®, BarefootRx® and BARE® Workout Certifications for health and wellness professionals. Dr. Splichal is the founder of Naboso Proprioceptive Insoles & Mats.
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Content disclosure: Dr. Splichal features different products for treatment, but none of these are offered for sale and the course is not intended to sell products or services.
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Course Outline (50:08) – 1 CEU / hour
The Plantar Heel Pain Patient – 9 min
The Acute Injury – 7 min
Chronic Tissue Injury – 7 min
Break the Injury Cycle, Treatment Options – 25 min
Summary and wrap up – 2 min
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