The Foot Knee Hip Connection£99

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Taught by Sarah-Jane Walls BSc (Hons), MPH, PgD, CpS

SJ has a Masters's Degree in Global Public Health, is HCPC registered Podiatrist, is a qualified Pilates teacher and is a Sports Massage Therapist. SJ is currently undertaking her PhD with a focus on biomechanics and Rheumatology. SJ owns The Rehab Hub in Glasgow a multidisciplinary clinic and Pilates studio.  


Course applicants must be 18 years old or over and must hold a minimum of a level 3 fitness qualification ideally Pilates, Sports Massage Therapy or Massage Therapy qualification. 

This course is also open to Podiatrists, Physiotherapists, Osteopaths, Chiropractors, Rehabilitation Therapists, Sports Scientists, Podiatry, Physiotherapy, Osteopathy or Chiropractic students in year 2 or above.

Pilates instructors and Yoga teachers. If you have a different background and are unsure if you qualify for this course, please contact us to check eligibility.

Prior to the course:

We recommend that you have an interest in Posture. 

Assessments: you sit online assessments after each module. 

Your payment for this CPD course is non-refundable. It is not possible to have your place refunded in whole or part once your booking has been confirmed, or to transfer to another course. By registering and paying for this course, you are agreeing to this cancellation policy.

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What is the course?
Foot Knee Hip Connection 
This course is designed to teach you how to identify common foot imbalances, and understand how each foot type impacts biomechanical dysfunction in the knees and hips - and how you can design your fitness /rehab program to improve foot and body posture. This course is ideal for CPD for the health professional, the personal trainer looking to up-skill and really get ahead of the game when it comes to taking human movement and dysfunction to another level to get the best results for their clients. Or for the individual who is keen to dig deeper and take a deep dive into their own mechanics and understand their dysfunctions, be able to test and know what to then do about it. The biomechanical function of the foot is to be the connection between the ground and the rest of the body. Get to know your feet!