Foot & Ankle Surgery and Biomechanics

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Gait AnalysisThe Division of Foot & Ankle Surgery and Biomechanics aims to educate students of the College of Podiatric Medicine in the bedrock principles as well as most current practice guidelines associated with the surgical and mechanical treatment of foot and ankle pathology.
 

Courses in the Division of Foot & Ankle Surgery and Biomechanics include:

  • Introduction to Podiatric Surgery
  • Podiatric Surgery I
  • Podiatric Surgery II
  • Podiatric Traumatology
  • Biomechanics I
  • Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation
  • Biomechanics II
  • Podopediatrics
  • Sports Medicine

Clinical Rotations in the Division of Foot & Ankle Surgery and Biomechanics include:

  • Podiatric Surgery Rotation

  • Podiatric Surgical Skills Rotation

  • Podiatric Medicine and Biomechanics 1 Rotation

  • Podiatric Medicine and Biomechanics 2 Rotation

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The focus of the didactic and clinical curriculum in this division is to prepare students of the College of Podiatric Medicine for clerkship and residency. Students will enter these arenas with an up-to-date education in the surgical and mechanical treatment of foot and ankle pathology.

 

DIVISION HEAD: Mark A. Hardy, DPM, FACFAS