Lisbon (PT) 1-2 June 2019

Location: ISEL

Rua Conselheiro Emídio Navarro, 1

1959-007 Lisboa

Why attend the Workshop

Lee Saxby has designed the Functional Foot Map system for therapists, trainers and coaches who understand the importance of the foot in human movement and require an efficient, repeatable and reliable method to assess foot function. The Functional Foot Map is a practical footprint analysis system that can be easily integrated into both clinical and gym environments.

Who should attend the Workshop

This course is aimed at therapists, trainers and coaches.

What you will learn

Form is function. Learn why the human foot needs to be ‘foot-shaped’ to be functional and why the ‘shoe-shaped’ foot is the biggest challenge to functional, pain-free movement.

Learn what the human footprint represents biomechanically and how it can be used to qualify foot shape, arch types, and basic foot loading kinetics and what this data tells us about the function of the foot.

Learn how to set up and operate the Functional Foot Map to accurately collect footprints and how to apply a simple and visual analysis to help interpret the data and educate the client on their current level of foot function.

Learn how to restore the function of the human foot by the habitual use of correctly fitted, anatomically intelligent, functional footwear and the application of restorative soft tissue techniques, mobility drills and corrective exercise techniques.

The Functional Foot Map Pedograph has been created to be not only the best ‘Harris Mat’ in production but also the most accurate and durable clinical tool available to record and qualify the human footprint.

Workshop includes

  • 14 contact hours with Lee Saxby the creator of the Functional Foot Map System (UK CPD points available)

  • Functional Foot Map Practitioner Manual (English)

  • Functional Foot Map Pedograph set

  • Assessment material to use on your clients

  • Foot Map Practitioner Certification and listing on this website

Our workshop refund and cancellation policy can be found HERE.