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PROGRAMME

Table of Contents

DAY 1

FRIDAY 4 OCTOBER 2024

2 KEYNOTE' PRESENTATIONS

Luke KELLY

Professor

The role of the foot and its muscles in the lower limb function

Colin GRIFFIN

Doctor

What a fully rehabilitated foot-ankle complex looks like after lateral ankle sprain (LAS)?

3 SYMPOSIUM’ PRESENTATIONS

Foot-ankle injuries rehabilitation: muscles, tendon & bones
Dr Seth O’Neil / Dr Athol Thomson / Dr Phil Glasgow (Chair: Pr Chris Bleakley)

Biomechanics impairments in chronic ankle instability (CAI)
CALL FOR ABSTRACT

Innovative surgical approach of the ankle of elite athlete
Dr Ronny Lopes / Dr Stéphane Guillo / Dr Adrien Ray (Chair: Dr Christel Charpail)

6 WORKSHOPS

Rehabilitation Oriented Assessment (ROAST) after LAS & CAI: Evaluating ankle muscle strength without my hands
Pr Eamonn Delahunt / Pr Ryan McCann

Gait-training strategies for clinical practice – Moving beyond the laboratory
Pr Alexandra F DeJong Lempke / Pr Migel Kimmery

Hip strengthening & motor control strategies in CAI
Dr Enda King / Dr Sam Baida

Manual therapy for improving foot-ankle function
Pr Patrick McKeon / Pr Matthew Hoch

Keys aspects in Achille tendinopathy rehabilitation
Dr Seth O’Neil / Dr Colin Griffin

The role of podiatry in foot-ankle injuries management
Pr Luke Kelly / Dr Athol Thomsom

3 FREE-PAPER’ PRESENTATIONS

CALL FOR ABSTRACT

Improving foot-ankle treatment & intervention

Improving foot-ankle screening, diagnosing & testing

Sensory perceptual & motor behavorial impairments in CAI

POSTER & WELCOME RECEPTION

GALA DINNER

(number of participants limited)

DAY 2

SATURDAY 5 OCTOBER 2024

2 KEYNOTE' PRESENTATIONS

Evert VERHAGEN

Professor

What are the differences between the ankle research and practice context: moving forward

Enda KING

Doctor

Hip neuromuscular strength & control: implications in chronic ankle instability rehabilitation

4 SYMPOSIUM’ PRESENTATIONS

Viscomotor and neurocognitive assessment & rehabilitation
Dr Kyeongtak Song / Pr Adam Rosen / Dr Alan Needle (Chair: Pr Tricia Hubard-Turner)

Multi-approach treatment in CAI (ROAST)
Pr Michelle Smith / Pr Eamonn Delahunt / Pr Philipp Gribble (Chair: Dr John Fraser)

Return to sport & performance (PAASS)
CALL FOR ABSTRACT

Osteoarthritis after LAS: how mitigate cartilage degeneration?
Dr Danielle Torp / Pr Erik Wikstrom / Pr Kyle Kosik (Chair: Pr Abbey Fenwick)
Symposium sponsorised by the Athletic Trainers’ Osteoarthritis Consortium (ATOAC)

8 WORKSHOPS

Rehabilitation Oriented Assessment (ROAST) after LAS & CAI: Evaluating ankle muscle strength without my hands
Pr Eamonn Delahunt / Pr Ryan McCann

Gait-training strategies for clinical practice – Moving beyond the laboratory
Pr Alexandra F DeJong Lempke / Pr Migel Kimmery

Hip strengthening & motor control strategies in CAI
Dr Enda King / Dr Sam Baida

Manual therapy for improving foot-ankle function
Pr Patrick McKeon / Pr Matthew Hoch

Keys aspects in Achille tendinopathy rehabilitation
Dr Seth O’Neil / Dr Colin Griffin

The role of podiatry in foot-ankle injuries management
Pr Luke Kelly / Dr Athol Thomsom

Foot strengthening strategies for improving foot-ankle function
Dr François Fourchet / Mr Romain Tourillon

Neurocognitive assessment & rehabilitation
Dr Brice Picot / Dr Christopher J.Burcal

4 FREE-PAPER’ PRESENTATIONS

CALL FOR ABSTRACT

Foot-ankle injuries: muscles, tendon & bones

Return to play decision making after foot-ankle injuries

Foot-ankle injuries prevention

Foot-ankle case studies

CLOSING CEREMONY