By: 6 July 2016

5–7 December 2016, 15th Oswestry Foot and Ankle Course; Oswestry

This 3-day course aims to provide delegates with a core understanding of the management of common foot and ankle problems. Topics include biomechanics and gait; anatomy including cadaveric dissection; the evaluation and treatment of common disorders of the forefoot, midfoot and hindfoot pain; the role of orthotics. Management of foot and ankle trauma; diabetic and neuromuscular disorders; foot tumours and arthroscopy of the ankle. There will be hands-on workstations to allow participants to perform forefoot surgery including Scarf, Chevron and Weil osteotomies, ankle and triple arthrodesis and ankle arthroscopy. The course is for ST2-ST6 orthopaedic trainees and newly appointed foot and ankle consultants. The fee includes all refreshments, Monday evening meal and the course dinner on Tuesday evening.

Places will be limited to 28 so please book early.

Registration can be done via or contact for a registration form and further details

Tel No: 01691 404661