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    Two Day Biomechanics Course set for November

    Two Day Biomechanics Course set for November
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    This course has been developed for medical practitioners with minimal experience in biomechanical assessment & orthotic device prescription.

    Athletic Footwear Prescription

    Athletic Footwear Prescription
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    In this article we aim to give an honest and unbiased analysis of the current predicament of athletic footwear prescription.

    Dr. Comfort Footwear Research Article

    Dr. Comfort Footwear Research Article
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    A recent study investigated the impact of fit and comfort with respect to medical grade footwear.

    3rd Transatlantic Wound Science Conference

    3rd Transatlantic Wound Science Conference
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    Read about our experience at the recent Transaltlantic Wound Science and Podiatric Medicine Conference in Galway.

    Football Boots - Prescription Tips

    Football Boots - Prescription Tips
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    We have seen a big shift in the construction of football boots over the past 15-20 years. The day of robust and durable leather boots are a thing of the...

    Two Day Biomechanics Course

    Two Day Biomechanics Course
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    We are pleased to announce the details of our next biomechanics course which will take place over two days on the 12th and 13th of may in the Talbot Hotel, Stillorgan...

    Christmas closing dates

    Christmas closing dates
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    This year PPL will be closed from Wednesday 21st December and will reopen on Tuesday 3rd January 2017. Last orders will be dispatched on Wednes...

    ISCP Conference 2016

    ISCP Conference 2016
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    We will be exhibiting at the annual ISCP Conference in Clayton Whites in Wexford, on Friday and Saturday October 14th/15th. Come visit our stand to view our recent ...

    Intoeing in Children

    Intoeing in Children
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    Intoeing presents in children at certain ages as a feature of normal development. Here we investigate the causes, diagnosis and management of an intoeing gait.

    Upcoming 2 Day Biomechanics Course

    Upcoming 2 Day Biomechanics Course
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    Our upcoming Biomechanical Assessment & Prescription Writing Course will take place on the 11th and 12th of November at the Moran's Red Cow Hotel in Dublin.

    Offloading Training Workshops

    Offloading Training Workshops
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    Offloading is now recognised as the key factor in both the prevention and management of foot ulcers. Alongside the complexity of managing the acute situation, podiatrists ...

    TCC-EZ Training Day with Dr. Jeffrey Jensen in ...

    TCC-EZ Training Day with Dr. Jeffrey Jensen in Merlin Park Hospital
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    PPL travelled to Merlin Park Hospital, Galway in June for a masterclass on the use of TCC-EZ with Dr. Jeffrey Jensen. Dr Jensen DPM, FACFAS is widely published, and is...

    Tibialis Posterior Dysfunction - Identification...

    Tibialis Posterior Dysfunction - Identification and Management
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    Tibialis Posterior Dysfunction Patients usually present with medial foot pain, decreased function and flattening of the arch.  Often described as “acquired flat foot”, this condition is most commonly a result...

    Gait Analysis Tools in the Clinic

    Gait Analysis Tools in the Clinic
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    Analysing gait can provide critical information in both diagnosis and rehabilitation of injuries. Gait analysis measures the mechanical factors of joint loading, orientation, and neuromuscular function during walking/running. Assessing whole...

    Achilles Tendinopathy - Identification and Mana...

    Achilles Tendinopathy - Identification and Management
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    Achilles Tendinopathy Achilles Tendinopathy commonly presents in the form of posterior ankle pain and is the most common overuse syndrome of the lower limb, most frequently occurring in runners. Signs...

    Plantar Fasciosis - Identification and Management

    Plantar Fasciosis - Identification and Management
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    Plantar Fasciosis commonly presents in the form of pain and tenderness in the plantar medial aspect of the heel, where the Plantar Fascia attaches to the calcaneal tuberosity. Patients often...

    The Rise and Fall of Minimalist Footwear

    The Rise and Fall of Minimalist Footwear
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    Since the release of the now infamous book “Born to Run” by Christopher McDougal in 2009, barefoot running and running with minimalist footwear has experienced an unprecedented rise in popularity1....

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