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Master Classes 2019

Nolaro24, Amerx & IQMed

Biomechanics, Equinus & Wound Care Master Class

April 26-27, 2019

Approval pending by ABC
DPM: NON-CME EVENT

Practitioners: $154 ea.
Additional Practitioners same office: $104 ea.
Medical Assistants: $79 ea.

Hyatt Regency Orlando Airport
9300 JEFF Fuqua Blvd., Orlando, FL
(407) 825-1234
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Dr. Louis DeCaro, Roberta Nole, MA, PT, CPED of Nolaro24, LLC, Dr. Jon Moore, Dr. Jeff Lehrman, Holly Burkman, MBA of Amerx, and Dr. Patrick Deheer of IQMed are proud to offer a convenient 2-day course on both the science and practice management of biomechanics, orthotics, equinus, and wound care for all ages. Over the past 15 years of lecturing our speakers have been asked hundreds of times “Why don’t you put together a course where we can learn everything from the science to the practice management of treating all ages and all feet?” Off the heels of 4 successful masters classes in 2017 & 2018, we have decided to improve our biomechanics program and add Amerx and their expertise on wound care and compression for successful patient outcomes.

Whether you use the Quadrasteps, Littlesteps, or the Equinus brace already; or you dispense custom foot orthotics and use night splints, or already do wound care, this is the perfect seminar for you. We will invigorate and educate you on every aspect of biomechanics, orthotics, wound care, and equinus treatments.

This seminar offers 13+ hours of content. A limited block of discounted rooms is available at $199 per night.

This Course is Open to DPM, PT, OT, MD, CD, CPED, CO and all medical professionals interested in our lecture topics. Bring your Medical Assistants at a discounted rate!

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SPECIAL PEDIATRIC WEBINARS

By Guest Instructor Liesa M. Persaud, PT, DPT, PCS, CKTP

Heads up on Toes In!
Significant principles of pediatric lower extremity function, with an emphasis on in-toeing

Approval Pending by ABC for 1.5 Contact Hours, $95

This webinar addresses three of the most common conditions seen by orthotists & pediatric physical therapists: toe walking, flat foot & In-toeing. It describes the relationship between skeletal modeling, history of use & somatosensory motor mapping. Specifically, frontal plane stability, base of support and muscle balance are explained. Correct assessment of foot progression angle, hip rotation and thigh foot angle are presented, concluding with a presentation of goals for orthoses.

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February 25, 2019 7:00-8:00 PM EST

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To Treat or Not to Treat?
Does My Child Need Orthotics?

Approval Pending by ABC for 1.5 Contact Hours, $95

Applicable factors to evaluate when considering the need for orthoses. MORE TO COME!

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March 28, 2019 1:00-2:00 PM EST

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Biomechanical Webinars

3 NEW Live 1 Hour Webinars That Will Revolutionize The Way You Look At Feet!

Approval pending by ABC for 1.5 Contact Hours
$75 Each, take 2 for $120 and 3 for $150!

Group rates are available for 5 or more participants, Email Casey for pricing


Pediatric Practice Pearls: Age Specific Orthotic Protocols

This webinar will explain the rationale and importance of early intervention when treating children diagnosed with pediatric flat foot. The presenter will discuss common myths related to the treatment (or lack thereof!) of childhood foot disorders and why ‘blind neglect’ is not the appropriate course of treatment. READ MORE...
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  • April 11, 2019 6:00-7:00 PM EST
  • July 11, 2019 7:00-8:00 PM EST
  • October 10, 2019 7:00-8:00 PM EST

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Basic Biomechanics: The Four Steps to Foot Typing

This webinar will provide an introduction to functional foot typing and gait analysis utilizing a simple 4-Step method of visual gait assessment. The presentation will give an overview of 24 variations of the “normal” adult foot, and protocols for classifying feet into 6 major subgroups or “Quads”. READ MORE...
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  • March 14, 2019 6:00-7:00 pm EST
  • May 9, 2019 7:00-8:00 pm EST
  • August 8, 2019 7:00-8:00 pm EST
  • November 14, 2019 7:00-8:00 pm EST

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Advanced Gait Analysis and Orthotic Design: How to become an Orthotic Expert

This webinar will cover advanced gait analysis and go in depth on each foot type. You will understand the recommended orthotic designs for each foot type including some modifications. We will present various case studies for some of the foot types.
Anyone who wants to attend this webinar will need to have attended the Basic Biomechanics webinar as a prerequisite. READ MORE...
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  • June 13, 2019 7:00-8:30 PM EST
  • September 12, 2019 7:00-8:30 PM EST
  • December 12, 2019 7:00-8:30 PM EST

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Instructors

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Roberta Nole, MA, PT, C.Ped President, Chief Product Developer
Louis J. DeCaro, DPM Director of Medical Relations
Kylie Pearce, B.Sc (Podiatry), C.Ped, Education Coordinator
Liesa M. Persaud, PT, DPT, PCS, CKTP, Guest Instructor


1 Day Course

Take the Mystery out of Gait:
4 Simple Steps to Becoming an Expert

7.5 Contact Hours $250
Approval Pending by ABC for 7.5 Scientific Credits
pproval Pending by CTAPTA for 7.5 CEH
Pre-Approved by NMPTB for 7.5 Contact Hours

This one-day program examines pathological gait conditions, resulting from the occurrence of rearfoot varus deformities (compensated and uncompensated), forefoot varus and forefoot valgus deformities, as well as their combined effects. The student will learn to perform visual static and dynamic gait analysis, interpreting key weight-bearing compensations, in order to differentially interpret a patient's foot type. Students are taught how to implement the QUADRASTEP SYSTEM® algorithmic process to classify an individual's foot into one of 6 major foot, or "Quad", types. Students will come to understand how the specific gait sequencing of each foot type may predispose an individual to a certain set of pathologies. READ MORE...

  • June 15, 2019
    Hosted by: Mountain View Physical Therapy
    6700 Jefferson Street Northeast
    Albuquerque, NM

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Did you know we also do Private Courses? We are looking for 2019 HOST SITES for both public and private courses!
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2 Day Course

Clinical Analysis of Various Adult Foot Types: How Foot Type Affects Function and Influences Musculoskeletal Pathologies

15 Contact Hours $450 - Pre-approved by ABC for 15 Scientific Credits
Pre-Approved by CTAPTA for 15 CEH

This program offers a comprehensive approach to determining orthotic intervention that combines traditional with contemporary theory to provide a more holistic approach to managing gait disorders. Lab time is devoted to teaching functional assessment of 24 congenital foot types through postural assessment and gait analysis. READ MORE...

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1 and 2 Day Course Information

Take the Mystery out of Gait: 4 Simple Steps to Becoming an Expert

1 Day Program - 7.5 Contact Hours

This course will be a live program utilizing lecture and lab with plenty of demonstration and hands-on practice. Student to faculty ratio will be no more than 15:1.

The QUADRASTEP SYSTEM® is based on a clinical algorithm identifying 24 unique foot-types. These 24 foot-types are subdivided into 6 groupings of 4, known as "quads." Each quad has its own very specific foot and gait characteristics. A patient's foot-type (quad-type) influences not only their gait, but the conditions that may afflict them throughout their lives.

This one-day program examines pathological gait conditions, resulting from the occurrence of rearfoot varus deformities (compensated and uncompensated), forefoot varus and forefoot valgus deformities, as well as their combined effects. The student will learn to perform visual static and dynamic gait analysis, interpreting key weight-bearing compensations, in order to differentially interpret a patient's foot type. Students are taught how to implement the QUADRASTEP SYSTEM® algorithmic process to classify an individual's foot into one of 6 major foot, or "Quad", types. Students will come to understand how the specific gait sequencing of each foot type may predispose an individual to a certain set of pathologies.

This updated program provides an in-depth review of the 6 main foot types (Quads) in greater detail than has ever been provided before. The new material and course format provides a comprehensive introduction to practitioners who are new to the QUADRASTEP SYSTEM® while still being suitable and providing new material for anyone who has attended our classes previously.

This course provides the attendee an over-view of normal and pathological foot biomechanics, an introduction to a simple, inexpensive method of video gait analysis and a common sense approach to foot orthotic selection and design. It includes reviewing the normal development of a child's foot, as well as Developmental Flat Foot and torsional deformities in children.

The 6 major adult foot-types will be presented in detail with their typical clinical conditions and how each foot-type may correlate specific rehabilitation goals.

Tuition $250

Please fill out the downloadable registration form and fax to 203.758.1011

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Clinical Analysis of Various Adult Foot Types: How Foot Type Affects Function and Influences Musculoskeletal Pathologies

2 DAY PROGRAM - 15 CONTACT HOURS

This program offers a comprehensive approach to determining orthotic intervention that combines traditional with contemporary theory to provide a more holistic approach to managing gait disorders. Lab time is devoted to teaching functional assessment of 24 congenital foot types through postural assessment and gait analysis. Clinical evidence shows that there are four key features that influence how feet work, and various combinations of these features can produce foot, limb or back pain. Learn a systematic approach to successful management of symptoms utilizing pre-fabricated orthotic solutions; and, alternatively how to determine if a custom orthoses is necessary.

Tuition $450

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Biomechanical Webinar Information

1.5 Hour Live Webinar - 2 Contact Hours

This webinar will provide an introduction to functional foot typing and gait analysis utilizing a simple 4-Step method of visual gait assessment. The presentation will give an overview of 24 variations of the “normal” adult foot, and protocols for classifying feet into 6 major subgroups or “Quads”. This 4-Step Foot Typing method is quick and easy to learn and will offer the practitioner a biomechanically based approach to gait assessment and foot classification. The participant will learn that each “Quad” presents with specific foot traits, such as arch height, toe sign, callouses, and gait pattern; which can predispose a patient to a particular array of clinical conditions. Participants will be required to complete and submit a post webinar quiz and course evaluation for CEU eligibility.

Approved by ABC for 2 Category 1 Units for Certified Pedorthists, Certified Orthotists, Orthotic Assistants, Orthotic Technicians and Orthotic Fitters. Participants must complete and pass a post-webinar quiz for credits to be awarded.

Tuition $95 - Discounts are available for multiple webinar registration, see our online registration page for details

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1.5 Hour Live Webinar - 2 Contact Hours

This webinar will explain the rationale and importance of early intervention when treating children diagnosed with pediatric flat foot. The presenter will discuss common myths related to the treatment (or lack thereof!) of childhood foot disorders and why ‘blind neglect’ is not the appropriate course of treatment. It will provide the participants age specific protocols to help them determine when treatment intervention is necessary, and tools for educating parents and referring practitioners on the importance of early management. This session will review why ‘pain’ should not be the only consideration when determining whether or not to treat a child, and why other factors such as posture, strength, endurance, coordination and balance should be given equal attention. Torsional deformities and toe walking are reviewed with an explanation on the use of gait plates. One of the most commonly injured parts of the body in adolescents is the foot and ankle, particularly those involved in sports. More than 2.6 million children are treated in the emergency department each year for sports and recreational-related injuries. Therefore it is prudent to understand functional foot types that may predispose youths to particular pathological conditions and risk of injury. This webinar will educate the participants on an easy to learn 4 step method of identifying 6 functional foot groups by examination of gait. It will also teach about particular musculoskeletal pathologies common to each group, and how to biomechanically manage each group using a prefabricated orthotic selection process. Treating the pre-teen and adolescent [foot type] before the injury happens is the best form of prevention, while eliminating the chance for repeated, chronic injuries that could potentially have long term implications later affecting them in adulthood. Participants will be required to complete and submit a post webinar quiz and course evaluation for CEU eligibility.

Approved by ABC for 2 Category 1 Units for Certified Pedorthists, Certified Orthotists, Orthotic Assistants, Orthotic Technicians and Orthotic Fitters. Participants must complete and pass a post-webinar quiz for credits to be awarded.

Tuition $95 - Discounts are available for multiple webinar registration, see our online registration page for details

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Private Biomechanics & Orthotics Masters Class

This one-day program examines both the science and practice management of biomechanics, orthotics. It will include both lecture and hands on workshops that will cover the A-to-Z's of running a successful foot orthotic program. It is a condensed version of Nolaro24’s Master Class, amended for private audiences. The program will offer attendees an over-view of the normal development of a child’s foot, normal and pathological foot biomechanics and how to classify foot types, specialized content on equinus conditions, and marketing strategies on how to expand your cash based orthotic and bracing program.

If you are interested in hosting a Private Biomechanics & Orthotics Masters Class call Roberta 203.725.6760 Or Email for more information.

Testimonials

Praises for the Master Class

"Whether you've heard Louis and/or Roberta speak or not, this is one of the best and practical programs regarding biomechanics and orthotics you'll hear anywhere, any time. Easy to understand, easy to translate to your patients, easy to implement in your practice. Guaranteed you won't/can't sleep through the lectures. They're entertaining and informative, not dry biomechanics, they're paced well, and Louis might call you out if he catches you sleeping or checking your smartphone. If you have the time, don't miss it! If you don't have the time, make the time--you won't regret it!" - Brandon Macy, DPM

"Great conference. Worth your time. Reignited my passion for biomechanics. Hit the ground running right after the conference!" - Nick Pagano, DPM


Continuing Education

"Roberta invested a lot of time to train my team so that we would get out of the gate running with the Quadrastep program. First, she conducted multiple webinars to prepare us for what to expect in her intensive, three day workshop. Then, she and her staff traveled to Lexington to spend an entire day training our team on how to foot type, run a semi-custom clinic and more before two days of clinic with us and our patients.

I can't say enough about the teaching ability of both Roberta and her staff. They gave my team confidence and assured them that they would become 'old pros' at foot typing soon. It was fun watching my team respond to them – they can be shy, withdrawn and even skeptical during situations where they feel 'on the spot' during a continuing education experience. It was quite the opposite this time! They were all interested and engaged. I credit Roberta and her staff for that. If you are considering the Quadrasteps for your own office, do yourself a favor and have Roberta's team teach you in person."

- Nicole Freels, FACFAOM - Lexington Podiatry


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