Dr. Kevin A. Kirby, DPM.

Adjunct Associate Professor.

Department of Applied Biomechanics.

California School of Podiatric Medicine at Samuel Merritt College.

PRIVATE PRACTICE

1985-2014 Group Podiatric-Orthopedic and Industrial Musculoskeletal Injury Practice
Sacramento, California

EDUCATION

1984-1985 Fellowship in Podiatric Biomechanics and Master of Science in Podiatric Biomechanics
California College of Podiatric Medicine: M.S. Degree

1983-1984 Podiatric Medicine and Surgery Residency Program
Veteran’s Administration Medical Center, Palo Alto

1979-1983 California College of Podiatric Medicine
San Francisco, CA: D.P.M. Degree – 5/1/83

1975-1979 University of California, Davis
B.S. Degree in Animal Physiology – 6/15/79

AWARDS AND HONORS

2002 Journal of American Podiatric Medical Association
Scholl Award for Outstanding Paper Published, 2001

“Subtalar Joint Axis Location and Rotational Equilibrium Theory of Foot Function”
1993 Journal of American Podiatric Medical Association

Scholl Award for Outstanding Paper Published, 1992
“The Medial Heel Skive Technique: Improving Pronation Control in Foot Orthoses”

1993 American Academy of Podiatric Sports Medicine
Richard O. Schuster Biomechanics Award

1983 American College of Foot Orthopedists Award for
Outstanding Student in Orthopedics, California College of Podiatric Medicine

1983 Outstanding Performance Award – Department of Podiatric
Biomechanics, California College of Podiatric Medicine

1978 – 1979 Phi Kappa Phi National Honor Society, U.C. Davis2

1975 – 1979 Dean’s Honor List, U.C. Davis

1977 U.C. Davis Cross Country Team «Most Inspirational Runner» Award

ACADEMIC AND CLINICAL APPOINTMENTS

Adjunct Associate Professor Department of Applied Biomechanics California School of Podiatric Medicine at Samuel Merritt University, Oakland, CA Editorial Advisory Board

Journal of the American Podiatric Medical Association

Director of Clinical Biomechanics

Precision Intricast Orthosis Labs
Payson, Arizona

Manuscript Reviewer
Journal of Foot and Ankle Surgery

Former Member
Podiatric Medical Education Committee

California School of Podiatric Medicine at Samuel Merritt College

Former Chairman of Podiatric Surgery
Methodist Hospital of Sacramento

CERTIFICATION

Board Certified, American Board of Podiatric Medicine, August 1992

Qualified Medical Examiner, State of California, June 1993

LECTURES

1985-2014 Numerous lectures at international and national seminars, podiatry colleges and medical schools on foot and lower extremity biomechanics and sports injuries. Have lectured internationally on 31 occasions at seminars in Rome, Italy; Ghent, Belgium; Beijing, China; Madrid, Zaragoza and Valladolid, Spain; Sydney and Melbourne, Australia; Auckland and Wellington, New Zealand; Manchester, Heythrop Park and Cheltenham, England; Punta Cana, Dominican Republic; Calgary, Montreal, Ottawa, Toronto, Vancouver, and London, Canada. Have also lectured in the USA at Cornell University, New York; Boston, Massuchessetts; Atlanta, Georgia; Raleigh, North Carolina; 3

Oklahoma City, Oklahoma; Philadelphia, Pennsylvania; Miami Beach and Orlando, Florida; Des Moines, Iowa; Chicago, Illinois; Cleveland, Ohio; Payson, Phoenix, Prescott and Sedona, Arizona; Reno, Nevada; Seattle and Bellevue, Washington; and in Lake Tahoe, Los Angeles, Palm Springs, Reno, San Diego, and San Francisco, California.

BOOKS

Kirby KA: Foot and Lower Extremity Biomechanics: A Ten Year Collection of Precision Intricast Newsletters. Precision Intricast, Inc., Payson, Arizona, 1997.

Kirby KA: Foot and Lower Extremity Biomechanics II: Precision Intricast Newsletters, 1997-2002. Precision Intricast, Inc., Payson, Arizona, 2002.

Kirby KA: Foot and Lower Extremity Biomechanics III: Precision Intricast Newsletters, 2002-2008. Precision Intricast, Inc., Payson, AZ, 2009.

Kirby KA: Biomecanica del Pie y la Extremidad Inferior: Colleccion de una Decada de Articulos de Precision Intricast. Precision Intricast, Inc., Payson, Arizona, 2012.

Kirby KA: Biomecanica del Pie y la Extremidad Inferior: Articulos de Precision Intricast, 1997-2002. Precision Intricast, Inc., Payson, Arizona, 2012.

Kirby KA: Biomecanica del Pie y la Extremidad Inferior: Articulos de Precision Intricast, 2002-2008. Precision Intricast, Inc., Payson, AZ, 2012.

Kirby KA: Foot and Lower Extremity Biomechanics IV: Precision Intricast Newsletters, 2009-2013. Precision Intricast, Inc., Payson, AZ, 2014.

PUBLICATIONS

Kirby KA, Valmassy RL: The runner-patient history: what to ask and why. JAPMA, 73: 39-43, 1983.

Santoro JP, Kirby KA: Boot fitting problems in the skier. JAPMA, 76: 572-576, 1986.

Kirby KA: Methods for determination of positional variations in the subtalar joint axis. JAPMA, 77: 228-234, 1987.

Kirby KA, Arkin DB, Laine W:: Digital systolic pressure determination in the foot. JAPMA, 77: 340-342, 1987.

Kirby KA, Loendorf AJ, Gregorio R: Anterior axial projection of the foot. JAPMA, 78: 159-170, 1988. 4

Kirby KA: Rotational equilibrium across the subtalar joint axis. JAPMA, 79: 1-14, 1989.

Kirby KA, Green DR: «Evaluation and Nonoperative Management of Pes Valgus», pp. 295-327, in DeValentine, S.(ed), Foot and Ankle Disorders in Children. Churchill-Livingstone, New York, 1992.

Kirby KA: The medial heel skive technique: improving pronation control in foot orthoses. JAPMA, 82: 177-188, 1992.

Ruby P, Hull ML, Kirby KA, Jenkins DW:: The effect of lower-limb anatomy on knee loads during seated cycling. J. Biomechanics, 25 (10): 1195-1207, 1992.

Johnson RE, Kirby KA, Lieberman JS: Lateral plantar nerve entrapment: foot pain in a power lifter. Am J Sports Medicine, 20 (5):619-620, 1992.

Kirby KA: Podiatric biomechanics: an integral part of evaluating and treating the athlete. Medicine, Exercise, Nutrition and Health, 2 (4):196-202, 1993.

Kirby KA: Modifying orthoses. Podiatry Today, Vol VII, No. 6, pp.42-46, 1994.

Kirby KA: Functional design in running, court and fitness shoes. Podiatry Today, Vol VII, No. 9, pp. 37-44, 1995.

Kirby KA: How much are orthotics really worth? Podiatry Management, Vol 14, No. 6, pp. 73-77, 1995.

Kirby KA: «Troubleshooting Functional Foot Orthoses», pp. 327-348, in Valmassy, R.L.(editor), Clinical Biomechanics of the Lower Extremities, Mosby-Year Book, St. Louis, 1996.

Kirby KA: Biomechanics of the normal and abnormal foot, JAPMA, 90:30-34, 2000.

Kirby KA: Conservative treatment of posterior tibial dysfunction. Podiatry Management, Vol 19, No 7, pp. 73-82, 2000.

Kirby KA: Subtalar joint axis location and rotational equilibrium theory of foot function. JAPMA, 91:465-488, 2001.

Kirby KA: What future direction should podiatric biomechanics take? Clinics in Podiatric Medicine and Surgery, 18 (4):719-723, 2001.

Van Gheluwe B., Kirby KA, Roosen P, Phillips RD: Reliability and accuracy of biomechanical measurements of the lower extremities. JAPMA, 92:317-326, 2002.

Lewis GS, Kirby KA, Piazza SJ: A motion-based method for location of the subtalar joint axis assessed in cadaver specimens. Presented at 10th Anniversary Meeting of Gait and Clinical Movement Analysis Society in Portland, Oregon. April 7, 2005.5

Kirby KA, Roukis TS: Precise naming aids dorsiflexion stiffness diagnosis. Biomechanics, 12 (7): 55-62, 2005.

Roukis TS, Kirby KA: A simple intraoperative technique to accurately align the rearfoot complex. JAPMA, 95:505-507, 2005.

Van Gheluwe B, Kirby KA, Hagman F: Effects of simulated genu valgum and genu varum on ground reaction forces and subtalar joint function during gait. JAPMA, 95: 531-541, 2005.

Spooner SK, Kirby KA: The subtalar joint axis locator: A preliminary report. JAPMA, 96:212-219, 2006.

Kirby KA: Foot orthoses: therapeutic efficacy, theory and research evidence for their biomechanical effect. Foot Ankle Quarterly, 18(2):49-57, 2006.

Kirby KA: Emerging concepts in podiatric biomechanics. Podiatry Today. 19:(12)36-48, 2006.

Lewis GS, Kirby KA, Piazza SJ: Determination of subtalar joint axis location by restriction of talocrural joint motion. Gait and Posture. 25:63-69, 2007.

Pascual Huerta J, Ropa Moreno JM, Kirby KA: Static response of maximally pronated and nonmaximally pronated feet to frontal plane wedging of foot orthoses. JAPMA, 99:13-19, 2009.

Lewis GS, Cohen TL, Seisler AR, Kirby KA, Sheehan FT, Piazza SJ: In vivo tests of an improved method for functional location of the subtalar joint axis. J Biomechanics, 42:146-151, 2009.

Kirby KA: Are Root biomechanics dying? Podiatry Today. 22(4):58-65, 2009.

Kirby KA: Podiatry’s future: Biomechanics versus surgery or biomechanics with surgery? Podiatry Today. 22:(4):87, 2009.

Van Gheluwe B, Kirby KA: Foot biomechanics and podiatry: Research meets the clinical world. Footwear Science, 1:79-80, 2009.

Kirby KA: Is the grass always greener on the other side of the fence? Podiatry Today, 22(8):95, 2009.

Pascual Huerta J, Ropa Moreno JM, Kirby KA, Garcia Carmona FJ, Orejana Garcia AM: Effect of 7-degree rearfoot varus and valgus wedging on rearfoot kinematics and kinetics during the stance phase of walking. JAPMA, 99(5):415-421, 2009.

Kirby KA: Tales from the frontlines of daily shoe battles. Podiatry Today, 22(12):73 , 2009.

Kirby KA: «Evolution of Foot Orthoses in Sports», in Werd MB and Knight EL (eds), Athletic Footwear and Orthoses in Sports Medicine. Springer, New York, 2010.6

Kirby KA: Current concepts in treating medial tibial stress syndrome. Podiatry Today. 23(4):52-57, 2010.

Kirby KA: Is barefoot running a growing trend or a passing fad? Podiatry Today. 23(4):73, 2010.

Kirby KA: Why mastering biomechanics is crucial to the profession. Podiatry Today. 23(8):89, 2010.

Van Gheluwe B, Kirby K: Research and clinical synergy in foot and lower extremity biomechanics. Footwear Science, 2:111-122, 2010.

Spooner SK, Smith DK, Kirby KA: In-shoe pressure measurement and foot orthosis research. A giant leap forward or a step too far. JAPMA, 100:518-529, 2010.

Kirby KA: How confusion over biomechanics can inspire the profession. Podiatry Today. 23:(12), 2010.

Kirby KA: Introduction to Recent Advances in Orthotic Therapy. In Scherer PR (ed), Recent Advances in Orthotic Therapy: Improving Clinical Outcomes with a Pathology Specific Approach, Lower Extremity Review, USA, 2011.

Kirby KA: Understanding the biomechanics of subtalar joint arthroereisis. Podiatry Today. 24:(4)36-45, 2011.

Kirby KA: Have you walked a mile in your patients’ shoes? Podiatry Today. 24:(4)81, 2011.

Kirby KA: Podiatry seminar content: science or infomercials? Podiatry Today, 24:(8)82, 2011.

Kirby KA, Barrett SL: Point-Counterpoint: Recalcitrant Plantar Fasciitis: Is Fasciotomy Ever Necessary? Podiatry Today, 24 (11):60-66, 2011.

Kirby KA: For DPMs, it’s a wonderful life. Podiatry Today, 24:(12)82, 2011.

Kirby KA: Will physical therapists be teaching us biomechanics in 2030? Podiatry Today, 25(4):97, 2012.

Kirby KA: Barefoot versus shod running: Which is Best? Podiatry Today, 25(5):54-60, 2012.

Kirby KA: Addressing Perceptions of Age and How They Affect Our Interactions With Patients. Podiatry Today, 25(8):97, 2012.

Kirby KA, Spooner SK, Scherer PR, Schuberth JM: Foot orthoses. Foot & Ankle Specialist, 5(5):334-343, 2012.

Kirby KA: Orthotics Are Not Biomechanics. Podiatry Today, 25(12):66, 2012.7

Kirby KA: Is manual examination of the foot a dying art? Podiatry Today, 26(4):82, 2013.

Fuller EA, Kirby KA: Subtalar joint equilibrium and tissue stress approach to biomechanical therapy of the foot and lower extremity. In Albert SF, Curran SA (eds): Biomechanics of the Lower Extremity: Theory and Practice, Volume 1. Bipedmed, LLC, Denver, 2013, pp. 205-264.

Kirby KA: Why I Became a Podiatrist. Podiatry Today, 26(8):90, 2013.

Kirby KA: Footstrike and Running Form Controversies: What Does the Scientific Evidence Tell Us? Foot and Ankle Quarterly, 24(3):109-118, 2013.

SOCIETIES

American College of Foot and Ankle Orthopedics and Medicine, Fellow

American College of Foot and Ankle Surgeons, Associate

American Academy of Podiatric Sports Medicine, Member

American Podiatric Medical Association, Member

California Podiatric Medical Association, Member

Gait and Clinical Movement Analysis Society, Member

International Society of Biomechanics, Member

Sacramento Valley Podiatric Medical Society, Member

HOSPITAL PRIVILEGES

Methodist Hospital of Sacramento, Active Staff

Mercy General Hospital of Sacramento, Courtesy Staff

Dr. Thomas G. McPoil

Emeritus Professor of Physical Therapy at Regis University, Denver, Colorado.

Emeritus Regents’ Professor of Physical Therapy at Northern Arizona University.

He has been an Adjunct Honorary Professor in the School of Physiotherapy at the University of Queensland, Brisbane, Australia, since 2001, and currently serves as a consultant to the Physical Therapy Orthotics Clinic at Denver Health Medical Center, Denver, Colorado.

Dr. McPoil is known nationally and internationally for his scholarly contributions that have systematically examined foot and ankle function from both scientific and clinical perspectives. Dr. McPoil is an author or coauthor of 130 publications in peer-reviewed journals, has co-edited two books, and co-authored six book chapters. He currently serves on the editorial boards of the Journal of the American Podiatric Medical Association and The FOOT.

Dr. McPoil’s clinical practice has focused on the management of chronic orthopaedic foot and ankle disorders for the past 38 years. He is the founding president of the Foot and Ankle Special Interest Group of the Academy of Orthopeadic Physical Therapy. He is a recipient of a Fulbright Senior Scholar Award, the William J. Stickel Award for Research in Podiatric Medicine, the Academy of Orthopeadic Physical Therapy’s Stanley Paris Distinguished Service Award and was elected a Catherine Worthingham Fellow of American Physical Therapy Association in 2007.

EDUCATION:
Formal Education:
1. California State University, Sacramento, California, 1968-1972, Bachelor of Arts in Physical
Education, 1972.
2. Children’s Hospital of Los Angeles, California, 1972-1973, Certificate in Physical Therapy, 1973.
3. Louisiana State University, Baton Rouge, 1978-1980, Master of Science in Physical Education with
specialization in Athletic Training, 1980.
4. University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, Illinois, 1983-1987, Doctor of Philosophy in
Kinesiology with specialization in Biomechanics, 1987.
LICENSURE INFORMATION/REGISTRATION NUMBERS:
1. P.T., State of Colorado, License #10833
2. P.T., State of California, #P.T. 6665 (Inactive status)
3. P.T., State of Arizona, #1704 (Inactive status)
4. Athletic Trainer, Ret., National Athletic Trainers Association, #9-188
EMPLOYMENT AND POSITIONS HELD:
Academic Positions:
1. Emeritus Professor, School of Physical Therapy, Reuckert-Hartman College of Health Professions,
Regis University, 2018 to present.
2. Professor, School of Physical Therapy, Reuckert-Hartman College of Health Professions, Regis
University, 2010 to 2018.
3. Emeritus Regents’ Professor of Physical Therapy, College of Health Professions, Northern Arizona
University, 2011 to present.
4. Adjunct Honorary Professor, Department of Physiotherapy, The University of Queensland, Brisbane,
Australia, Term of Appointment 2001 to present.
5. Adjunct Faculty Member, Krannert Graduate School of Physical Therapy, University of Indianapolis,
1987-2014.
6. Regents’ Professor, Department of Physical Therapy, College of Health Professions, Northern
Arizona University, 2001-2010.
7. Professor, Department of Physical Therapy, College of Health Professions, Northern Arizona
University, 1995-2001.
8. Visiting Research Fellow, Human Performance Engineering Laboratory, Reebok International, Ltd.,
Stoughton, MA, January 1, 1999 – June 31, 1999.
9. Associate Professor with Tenure, Department of Physical Therapy, College of Health Professions,
Northern Arizona University, 1991-1995.
10. Assistant Professor, Department of Physical Therapy, College of Health Professions, Northern
Arizona University, 1988-1991.
11. Assistant Professor, Department of Physical Therapy, College of Associated Health Professions,
University of Illinois at Chicago, 1987-1988.
12. Teaching Associate in Physical Therapy, College of Associated Health Professions, University of
Illinois at Chicago, Illinois, full-time Appointment, 1983-1987.
13. Clinical Faculty, Northwestern University Prosthetics and Orthotics Center, Chicago, Illinois.
Lecturer in Foot Biomechanics and Management, 1983-1988.
Administrative Positions:
1. Interim Academic Dean, Reuckert-Hartman College of Health Professions, Regis University, April
2016 to July 2016; September 2017 to August 2018.
2. Director of Professional Studies, School of Physical Therapy, Reuckert-Hartman College of Health
Professions, Regis University, 2015 to 2017.
3. Interim Dean, School of Physical Therapy, Reuckert-Hartman College of Health Professions, Regis
University, 2014 to 2015.
4. Director, Post-Professional Doctor of Physical Therapy Program, Northern Arizona University,
September 2006 to 2009.
5. Interim Vice Provost for Research and Graduate Studies, Northern Arizona University, August 2000
to August 2001
6. Interim Dean, College of Health Professions, Northern Arizona University, May 1996 to June 1997.
7. Co-Director, The Laboratory for Foot & Ankle Research, Department of Physical Therapy, College
of Health Professions, Northern Arizona University, 1992 – 2010.
8. Director of Graduate Studies, Department of Physical Therapy, College of Health Professions,
Northern Arizona University, 1991-1999.
9. Assistant Department Chair, Department of Physical Therapy, College of Associated Health
Professions, University of Illinois at Chicago, 1987-1988.
10. Director of Physical Therapy Services, Community Memorial Hospital, La Grange, IL, 1982-1983.
Clinical Positions:
1. Coordinator of Foot Clinic, Shorewood Physical Therapy Center, Shorewood, Illinois, 1983-1988.
2. Coordinator of Runners Clinic, Newsome Physical Therapy and Sports Medicine Center, Joliet,
Illinois, 1981-1983.
3. Deputy Chief of Physical Therapy, U.S. Public Health Service – National Hansen’s Disease Center,
Carville, Louisiana, 1978-1981.
4. Senior Staff Therapist, U.S. Public Health Service Hospital, Staten Island, New York, 1976-1978.
5. Staff Physical Therapist, Children’s Hospital of Los Angeles, California, 1974-1976.
6. Staff Physical Therapist, St. Vincent’s Hospital, Los Angeles, California, 1973-1974.
PUBLICATIONS:
Refereed Manuscripts:
1. McPoil T, Bergtholdt H, Hunt G: Modification of temporary below-knee sockets for amputees
with absent or diminished sensation. Physical Therapy: Vol. 60, No. 4: 1980
2. McPoil T: The cobra pad an orthotic alternative for the physical therapist. Journal of Orthopedic
and Sports Physical Therapy: Vol. 5, No. 1. July/August 1983
3. McPoil T, Knecht H: Biomechanics of the foot in walking: A functional approach. Journal of
Orthopedic and Sports Physical Therapy: Vol. 7, No. 5, September/October, 1985
4. McPoil T, Schuit D: Management of metatarsalgia secondary to biomechanical disorders: A case
study. Physical Therapy: Vol. 66, No. 6, June, 1986
5. Schuit D, McPoil T, Knecht H: Effects of a tightened anterior band of the ulnar collateral
ligament on arthrokinematic motion at the humeroulnar joint. Journal of Orthopedic and Sports
Physical Therapy: Vol. 8, No. 3, September, 1986
6. McPoil T, Cameron JA, Adrian M: Anatomical characteristics of the talus and their relationship
to forefoot deformities. Journal of the American Podiatric Medical Association: Vol. 77, No. 2,
February, 1987
7. McPoil T, Schuit D, Knecht H: A comparison of three positions to measure tibial varum in
women 18 to 30 years of age. Journal of the American Podiatric Medical Association: Vol. 78,
No. 1, January, 1988.
8. McPoil TG, Knecht HG, Schuit D: A survey of foot types in normal females between the ages of
18 and 30 years. Journal of Orthopaedic and Sports Physical Therapy: Vol. 9, No. 12, June
1988.
9. McPoil TG: Footwear. Physical Therapy: Vol. 68, No. 12, December, 1988.
10. McPoil T, Adrian M, Pidcoe P: The effect of foot orthoses on center of pressure patterns in
women. Physical Therapy: Vol. 69, No. 2, February, 1989.
11. McPoil T, Schuit D, Knecht H: Comparison of three methods used to obtain a neutral plaster
foot impression. Physical Therapy: Vol. 69, No. 3, June, 1989.
12. Schuit D, McPoil T, Mulesa P: Incidence of sacroiliac joint malalignment in the presence of leg
length discrepancies. Journal of American Podiatric Medical Assn: Vol. 79, No. 8, August, 1989.
13. Ator R, Gunn K, McPoil T, Knecht H: The effect of adhesive strapping on medial longitudinal
arch support before and after exercise. Journal of Orthopedic and Sports Physical Therapy, Vol.
14, No. 1, July, 1991.
14. Mueller K, Cornwall MW, McPoil T, Mueller D, Barnwell J: Effect of a tone inhibiting dynamic
ankle-foot orthosis on the foot loading pattern of a hemiplegic patient: A preliminary study.
Journal of Prosthetics and Orthotics, Vol. 4, No. 2, 1991.
15. McPoil, T, Cornwall, MW: Rigid versus soft foot orthoses: A single subject design. Journal of
the American Podiatric Medical Association, Vol. 81, No. 12, 1991.
16. Cornwall, MW, McPoil, T: Effect of rearfoot posts in reducing forefoot forces. Journal of
American Podiatric Medical Association, Vol. 82, No. 7, 1992.
17. McPoil, T, Cornwall, MW: Effect of insole material on force and plantar pressures during
walking. Journal of American Podiatric Medical Association, Vol. 82, No. 8, 1992.
18. McPoil, T, Cornwall MW: Relationship between rearfoot motion and plantar surface loading of
the foot during walking. European Journal of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, Vol. 2, No.
4, Supplement 1, 1992.
19. Albers, D, Hu, R, McPoil, T, Cornwall, MW: Comparison of foot plantar pressures during
walking and en pointe. Kinesiology and Medicine for Dance, Vol. 15, No. 1, Fall/Winter,
1992/93.
20. Cornwall, MW, McPoil, T: Techniques in reducing 2-dimensional rearfoot motion variability
during walking. Journal of American Podiatric Medical Association, Vol. 83, No. 7, 1993.
21. Thompson, DL, Hadley, MR, McPoil, T, Cornwall, MW: Vertical forces and plantar pressures
during high and low impact aerobic dance. Journal of American Podiatric Medical Association,
Vol. 83, No. 9, 1993.
22. McPoil TG: Foot disorders in the Elderly. Orthopaedic Physical Therapy Clinics of North
America, 2:277-287,1993
23. McPoil TG, Cornwall MW: Relationship between neutral subtalar joint position and the pattern
of rearfoot motion during walking. Foot & Ankle International 15:141-145, 1994
24. Cornwall MW, McPoil TG: The influence of pre-tibial muscle group on rearfoot motion during
walking. Foot & Ankle International 15:75-79, 1994
25. Lundeen S, Lundquist K, Cornwall MW, McPoil TG: Plantar pressures during level walking
compared with other ambulatory activities. Foot & Ankle International 15:324-328, 1994
26. Cornwall MW, McPoil TG: Comparison of 2-dimensional and 3-dimensional rearfoot motion
during walking. Clinical Biomechanics 10:36-40, 1994
27. Meyers-Rice B, Sugars L, McPoil TG, Cornwall MW: Comparison of three methods for
obtaining plantar pressures in nonpathologic subjects. Journal of American Podiatric Medical
Association 84:499-504, 1994
28. Mueller K, Cornwall MW, McPoil TG, Mueller D, Sartor-Glittenberg C: Effect of two
contemporary tone inhibiting ankle foot orthoses on foot loading patterns in adult hemiplegics: A
small group study. Topics in Stroke Rehabilitation 1:1-16, 1995
29. Hopson MM, McPoil TG, Cornwall MW: Motion of the first metatarsophalangeal joint:
Reliability and validity of four measurement techniques. Journal of the American Podiatric
Medical Association 85:198-204, 1995
30. Lemke K, Cornwall MW, McPoil TG, Schuit D: A comparison of rearfoot motion in over ground
versus treadmill walking. Journal of the American Podiatric Medical Association, 85:243-248,
1995
31. Chalk PJ, McPoil TG, Cornwall MW: Variations in foot volume before and after exercise.
Journal of the American Podiatric Medical Association, 85:470-472, 1995
32. McPoil TG, Hunt GC: Evaluation and management of foot and ankle disorders: Present problems
and future directions. Journal of Orthopaedic and Sports Physical Therapy, 21:381-388, 1995
33. Cornwall MW, McPoil TG: Footwear and foot orthoses effectiveness research: A new approach.
Journal of Orthopaedic and Sports Physical Therapy, 21:337-344, 1995
34. McPoil TG, Cornwall MW, Yamada W: A comparison of two in-shoe plantar pressure
measurement systems. The Lower Extremity 2:195-104, 1995
35. Cornwall MW, McPoil TG: The relationship between maximum plantar pressures and anteriorposterior
shear during walking. The Lower Extremity, 2:141-146, 1995
36. Flot S, Hill V, Yamada W, McPoil TG, Cornwall MW: The effect of padded hosiery in reducing
forefoot plantar pressures. The Lower Extremity, 2:201-205, 1995
37. Quaney B, Meyer K, Cornwall MW, McPoil TG: A comparison of the dynamic pedobarograph
and the EMED systems for measuring dynamic foot pressures. Foot and Ankle International
16:562-566, 1995
38. Sawert MK, Cornwall MW, McPoil TG: The validation of two-dimensional measurement of
transverse tibial rotation during walking using three-dimensional movement analysis. The Lower
Extremity 2:285-291, 1995
39. Childs RA, Olson BA, McPoil TG, Cornwall MW: The effect of three treatment techniques in
reducing metatarsal head pressures. The Lower Extremity 3:25-30, 1996
40. Cornwall MW, McPoil TG: Use of an external metatarsal bar in the treatment of limited first
metatarsophalangeal joint extension: A case report. The Lower Extremity 3:203-206, 1996
41. McPoil TG, Cornwall MW: Relationship between the static rearfoot angle in one-leg standing
and the pattern of rearfoot motion during walking. Journal of Orthopaedic and Sports Physical
Therapy 23:370-375, 1996
42. Yamada W, McPoil TG, Smith W, Cornwall MW: Static versus dynamic pressure assessment of
plantar pressures in diabetic Native Americans. The Lower Extremity 3: 91-96, 1996
43. McPoil TG, Cornwall MW: The relationship between static lower extremity measurements and
the pattern of rearfoot motion during walking. Journal of Orthopaedic and Sports Physical
Therapy 24:309-314, 1996
44. Mannon K, Anderson T, Cheetham P, Cornwall MW, McPoil TG: A comparison of two motion
analysis systems for the measurement of two-dimensional rearfoot motion during walking. Foot
& Ankle International 18:427-431, 1997
45. Cornwall MW, McPoil TG: The effect of foot orthotics on the initiation of plantar surface
loading. The FOOT 7: 148-152, 1997.
46. Corley ML, Hasson PM, Worrell TW, McPoil TG: The effects of athletic footwear on quadriceps
angle and transverse plane tibial rotation individuals with anterior knee pain. The Lower
Extremity 4:71-78, 1997
47. Kappel-Bargas A, Woolf RD, Cornwall MW, McPoil TG: The influence of the windlass
mechanism on rearfoot motion during normal walking. Clinical Biomechanics 13:190-194, 1998
48. McPoil TG, Cornwall MW: Variability of the center of pressure pattern integral during walking.
Journal of the American Podiatric Medical Association 88:259-267, 1998
49. Cornwall MW, McPoil TG: Effect of ankle dorsiflexion range of motion on rearfoot motion
during walking. Journal of the American Podiatric Medical Association 89:272-277, 1999.
50. Cornwall MW, McPoil TG: Three-dimensional movement of the foot during the stance phase of
walking. Journal of the American Podiatric Medical Association 89:56-66, 1999.
51. McPoil TG, Cornwall MW, Dupuis L, Cornwell M: Variability of plantar pressure data: A
comparison of the two-step and mid-gait methods. Journal of the American Podiatric Medical
Association 89:495-501, 1999.
52. Cornwall MW, McPoil TG: Relative movement of the navicular bone during normal walking.
Foot & Ankle International 20:507-512, 1999.
53. Cornwall MW, McPoil TG: Plantar fasciitis: etiology and management. Journal of Orthopaedic
and Sports Physical Therapy 29:756-60, 1999.
54. McPoil TG, Cornwall MW: The effect of foot orthoses on transverse tibial rotation during
walking. Journal of the American Podiatric Medical Association 90:2-11, 2000.
55. Orlin M, McPoil TG: Update: Plantar pressure assessment. Physical Therapy 80:399-409, 2000.
56. McPoil TG: Athletic footwear: design, performance, and selection issues. Journal of Science and
Medicine in Sport 3:260-267, 2000.
57. Cornwall MW, McPoil TG: Velocity of the center of pressure during walking. Journal of the
American Podiatric Medical Association 90:334, 2000.
58. Hayden S, Evans R, McPoil TG, Cornwall MW, Pepinich L: The effect of four prosthetic feet on
reducing plantar pressures in diabetic patients. Journal of Prosthetics and Orthotics 12(3): 92,
2000.
59. Van Zant RS, McPoil TG, Cornwall MW: Symmetry of plantar pressures and vertical forces in
healthy subjects during walking? Journal of the American Podiatric Medical Association 91:337,
2001.
60. McPoil TG, Yamada W, Smith W, Cornwall MW: The distribution of plantar pressures in
diabetic American Indians. Journal of the American Podiatric Medical Association 91:6, 2001.
61. Cornwall MW, McPoil TG: Movement of the calcaneus, navicular, and first metatarsal during the
stance phase of walking. Journal of the American Podiatric Medical Association 92:67, 2002.
62. McPoil TG, Cornwall MW: The effect of foot orthoses on the velocity of the center of pressure.
International Journal of Podiatric Biomechanics 1:12, 2002.
63. Cornwall MW, McPoil TG: Reliability and validity of center-of-pressure quantification. Journal
of the American Podiatric Medical Association 93:142, 2003.
64. Cornwall, MW, McPoil, WD, Fishco, WD, Hunt, L, Lane, C, O’Donnell, D: The Relationship
Between Forefoot Alignment and Rearfoot Motion During Walking. Australasian Journal of
Podiatric Medicine 38:35, 2004.
65. Cornwall, MW, Fishco, WD, McPoil, TG, Lane, C, O’Donnell, D, and Hunt, L: Reliability and
Validity of Clinically Assessing First Ray Mobility of The Foot. Journal of the American
Podiatric Medical Association 94:470, 2004.
66. Smith M, Brooker S, Vicenzino B, McPoil TG: Use of anti-pronation taping to assess suitability
of orthotic prescription: case report. Australian Journal of Physiotherapy 50:111, 2004.
67. Cornwall MW, McPoil TG, Fishco WD, Hunt L, Lane C, O’Donnell D: Reliability of Visual
Measurement of Forefoot Alignment. Foot & Ankle Int 25:745, 2004.
68. Cornwall MW, McPoil TG: Influence of rearfoot postural alignment on rearfoot motion during
walking. The Foot, 14:133, 2004.
69. McPoil, TG, Cornwall, MW: Use of the Longitudinal Arch Angle to Predict Dynamic Foot
Posture in Walking. Journal of the American Podiatric Medical Association, 95:114, 2005.
70. Youberg, LD, Cornwall, MW, McPoil, TG and Hannon, PR: The Amount of Rearfoot Motion
Used During the Stance Phase of Walking. Journal of the American Podiatric Medical
Association, 95:376, 2005
71. Martin RR, McPoil TG: T the Reliability of Ankle Goniometric Measurements: A Review of the
Literature. Journal of the American Podiatric Medical Association, 95:564, 2005.
72. Vicenzino B, Franettovich M, McPoil TG, Russell T, Skardoon G: Initial effects of anti-ponation
tape on the medial longitudinal arch during walking and running. British Journal of Sports
Medicine, 39:939, 2005
73. Cornwall, MW, McPoil, TG, Fishco, WD, O’Donnell, D, Hunt, L, and Lane, C: The Influence of
First Ray Mobility on Forefoot Plantar Pressure and Rearfoot Kinematics During Walking. Foot
& Ankle International, 27:539, 2006
74. Vicenzino B, McPoil TG, Russell T, Peisker S: Anti-pronation tape changes foot posture but not
plantar ground contact during gait. The Foot, 16:91, 2006
75. McPoil TG, Cornwall MW: Use of plantar contact area to predict medial longitudinal arch height
during walking. Journal of the American Podiatric Medical Association 96:489, 2006
76. McPoil TG, Cornwall MW: Plantar tactile sensitivity thresholds in healthy men and women. The
Foot, 16:192, 2006
77. Franettovich M, McPoil TG, Russell T, Skardoon G, B. Vicenzino: The ability to predict
dynamic foot posture from static measurements. Journal of the American Podiatric Medical
Association, 97:115, 2007
78. McPoil TG, Cornwall MW: The prediction of dynamic foot posture during running using the
longitudinal arch angle. Journal of the American Podiatric Medical Association, 97:102, 2007
79. Collins N, Bisset L, McPoil TG, Vicenzino B: Foot orthoses in lower limb overuse conditions: A
systematic review and meta-analysis. Foot & Ankle International, 28:396, 2007
80. Cornwall MW, McPoil TG: Inter-relationship between rearfoot and midfoot frontal plane motion
during walking. The Foot, 17:126, 2007
81. Vicenzino B, McPoil TG, Buckland S: Plantar foot pressures after the augmented low-Dye taping
technique. Journal of Athletic Training, 42:374, 2007
82. Cornwall MW, McPoil TG, Lebec M, Vicenzino B, Wilson J: Reliability of the Modified Foot
Posture Index. Journal of the American Podiatric Medical Association, 98:7, 2008
83. Vicenzino B, Collins N, Crossley K, Beller E, Darnell R, McPoil T: Foot orthoses and
physiotherapy in the treatment of patellofemoral pain syndrome: a randomized clinical trial. BMC
Musculoskeletal Disorders, 9:27, 2008
84. McPoil TG, Martin, RL, Cornwall MW, Wukich DK, Irrgang JJ, Godges JJ: Heel Pain – Plantar
Fasciitis Guidelines based on the International Classification of the Functioning, Disability, and
Health (ICF). Journal of Orthopaedic and Sports Physical Therapy 38:A1-A18, 2008
85. Meier K, McPoil TG, Lyle T, Cornwall MW: Use of anti-pronation taping to determine foot
orthoses prescription: A case series. Research in Sports Medicine 16:257-271, 2008
86. McPoil TG, Cornwall MW, Vicenzino B, Teyhen D, Molloy J, Collins N: Effect of using
truncated versus total foot length to calculate the arch height ratio. The FOOT 18:220-227, 2008
87. McPoil TG, Cornwall MW, Medoff L, Vicenzino B, Forsberg KK, Hilz D: Arch height change
during sit-to-stand: an alternative for the navicular drop test. Journal of Foot and Ankle Research
Jul 28;1:3, 2008
88. Collins N, Crossley K, Beller E, Darnell R, McPoil T, Vicenzino B: Foot orthoses and
physiotherapy in the treatment of patellofemoral pain syndrome: a randomized clinical trial.
British Medical Journal, Oct 24;337:a1735, 2008
89. Vicenzino B, Collins N, Cleland J, McPoil T: A clinical prediction rule for identifying patients
with patellofemoral pain who are likely to benefit from foot orthoses: a preliminary
determination. British Journal of Sports Medicine Dec 3(Epub) 2008
90. Whitman JM, Cleland JA, Mintken P, Keirns M, Bieniek ML, Albin SR. Magel J, McPoil T:
Predicting short-term response to thrust and non-thrust mobilization/manipulation and exercise in
patients post inversion ankle sprain. Journal of Orthopaedic and Sports Physical Therapy 39:188-
200, 2009.
91. Collins N, Crossley K, Beller E, Darnell R, McPoil T, Vicenzino B: Foot orthoses and
physiotherapy in the treatment of patellofemoral pain syndrome: a randomized clinical trial. Br J
Sports Med 43:163-168, 2009.
92. Teyhen DS, Stoltenberg BE, Collinsworth KM, Giesel CC, Williams DG, Kardouni CH, Molloy
JM, Goffar SL, Christie DS, McPoil T. Dynamic Plantar Pressure Parameters Associated with
Static Arch Height Index During Gait. Clinical Biomechanics 24: 391-396, 2009.
93. McPoil TG, Vicenzino B, Cornwall MW, Collins N, Warren M: Reliability and Normative
Values for the Foot Mobility Magnitude: A composite measure of vertical and medial-lateral
mobility of the midfoot. Journal of Foot and Ankle Research 2:6, 2009
94. Molley JM, Yeykal NS, Tragord BS, Neal MS, Nelson ES, Christie DS, Teyhan DS, McPoil TG:
Influence of running shoe type on distribution and magnitude of plantar pressures among those
with pes planus or pes cavus. Journal of the American Podiatric Medical Association 99:330-338,
2009.
95. Cornwall MW, McPoil TG: Classifications of frontal plane rearfoot motion patterns during stance
phase of walking. Journal of the American Podiatric Medical Association 99:399-405, 2009.
96. McPoil TG, Vicenzino B, Cornwall MW, Collins N. Can foot anthropometric measurements
predict dynamic plantar surface area? Journal of Foot and Ankle Research 2:28, 2009.
97. Stratton M, McPoil TG, Corwall MW, Patrick K: The use of low frequency electrical stimulation
for the treatment of plantar fasciitis. Journal of the American Podiatric Medical Association
99:481-488, 2009.
98. Mills KAG, Blanch P, Chapman AR, McPoil TG, Vicenzino B. Foot Orthoses and Gait: A
systematic review and meta-analysis of literature pertaining to possible mechanisms. British
Journal of Sports Medicine 44:1035, 2010.
99. McPoil TG, Vicenzino B, Cornwall MW: Effect of foot orthoses contour on pain perception in
individuals with patellofemoral pain. Journal of the American Podiatric Medical Association
101:7-16, 2011.
100. Teyhen DS, Thomas RM, Darst CC, Gray BE, Robbins T, McPoil TG, Childs JD,
Molloy JM. Awareness and compliance with recommended running shoe guidelines Among U.S.
Army soldiers. Military Medicine 175:847-854, 2011.
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101. Teyhen DS, Stoltenberg BE, Eckard TG, Doyle PM, Boland DM, Feldtmann JJ, McPoil
TG, Christie DS, Molloy JM, Goffar SL. Dynamic plantar pressure parameters predictive of
static foot posture. Journal of Orthopaedic and Sports Physical Therapy 41:100-107, 2011.
102. Cornwall MW, McPoil TG: Relationship between static foot posture and foot mobility.
Journal of Foot and Ankle Research Jan 18; 4:4, 2011.
103. McPoil TG, Warren M, Vicenzino B, Cornwall MW. Variations in foot posture and
mobility between individuals with patellofemoral pain and healthy controls. Journal of the
American Podiatric Medical Association 101:289-296, 2011.
104. Bousie JA, Blanch P, McPoil TG, Vicenzino B: Contoured in-shoe foot orthoses increase
mid-foot plantar contact area when compared with a flat insert during cycling. Journal of Science
and Medicine in Sport 16:60, 2013.
105. McPoil TG, Cornwall MW, Abeler MG, Devereaux KJ, Flood LJ, Merriman SE,
Sullivan S, van Der Laan MJ, Villadiego TA, Wilson K. The optimal method to assess the
vertical mobility of the midfoot: Navicular drop versus dorsal arch height difference? Clinical
Research on Foot & Ankle 1:104, 2013.
106. Cornwall MW, Lebec M, DeGeyter J, McPoil TG: The reliability of the modified
reverse-6 taping procedures with elastic tape to alter the height and width of the medial
longitudinal arch. International Journal of Sports Physical Therapy 8:381-392, 2013
107. McClinton SM, Flynn TW, Heiderscheit BC, McPoil TG, Pinto D, Duffy PA, Bennett
JD: Comparison of Usual Podiatric Care and Early Physical Therapy Intervention for Plantar
Heel Pain: Study Protocol for a Parallel-group Randomized Clinical Trial. Trials 14:414, 2013
108. McPoil TG, Carrell D, Ehlers D, Kuhlman H, Mufti J, Pomeroy M, Taylor O, Cornwall
MW. Does foot placement affect the reliability of static foot posture measurements? Journal of
the American Podiatric Medical Association 104:34-42, 2014.
109. McPoil TG, Cornwall MW, Taylor O, Pomeroy M, Mufti J, Kuhlman H, Ehlers D,
Carrell D. The consistency of individual-selected versus rater-determined angle and base of gait.
Journal of the American Podiatric Medical Association 104:247-252, 2014.
110. McPoil TG, Haager M, Hilt J, Klapheke J, Martinez R, VanSteenwyk C, Weber N,
Cornwall MW, Bade M: Can static foot posture measurements predict regional plantar surface
area? The FOOT: 2014 Jul 27 (epub).
111. Cornwall MW, McPoil TG, Fair A: The effect of exercise and time on the height and
width of the medial longitudinal arch following the modified reverse-6 and the modified
augmented low-Dye taping procedures. International Journal of Sports Physical Therapy: 9:635-
643, 2014.
112. Escalona-Marfil C, McPoil TG, Mellor R, Vicenzino B. A radiographic and
anthropometric study of the effect of a contoured sandal and foot orthosis on supporting the
medial longitudinal arch. Journal of Foot and Ankle Research 7:38, 2014.
113. Martin RL, Davenport T, Reischl S, McPoil TG, Matheson JW, Wukich DK,
McDonough CM: Heel Pain – Plantar Fasciitis: Revision 2014; Clinical Practice Guidelines.
Journal of Orthopaedic and Sports Physical Therapy 44:A1-A33, 2014.
114. Albin SR, Cornwall MW, McPoil TG, VanBoerum DH, Morgan JM: Plantar pressure
and gait symmetry in individuals with fractures versus tendon injuries to the hindfoot. Journal of
the American Podiatric Medical Association: 105:469-477, 2015.
115. Weber N, McPoil TG: Use of a Temporary Supramalleolar Orthosis to Manage Foot Pain
in a Patient with Rheumatoid Arthritis: A Case Report. Foot (Edinb). 2016; 27;53-58.
116. Vicenzino B, McPoil TG, Stephenson A, Paul S: Orthosis-shaped sandals are as
efficacious as in-shoe orthoses and better than flat sandals for plantar heel pain: A randomized
control trial. PLos One Dec 15, 2015.
117. Bade MB, Chi TL, Farrell KC, Gresl AJ, Hammel LJ, Koster BN, Leatzow AB, Thomas
EC, McPoil TG: The use of a static measure to predict foot posture at midsupport during running.
Int J Sports Phys Ther. 2016; 11:64-71.
118. Bade MB, Baertlin S, Bouten T, Conboy K, Kim A, VanPortfliet M, Young E, Vasquez
S, McPoil TG: A comparison of lower extremity alignment risk factors between competitive and
recreational runners. Orthopaedic Physical Therapy Practice. 2016; 28:100-108.
119. Bade MD, Aaron K, McPoil TG: Accuracy Of Self-Reported Foot Strike Pattern In
Intercollegiate And Recreational Runners During Shod Running. Int J Sports Phys Ther. 2016;
11:350-355.
120. McPoil TG, Ford J, Fundaun J, Gallegos C, Kinney A, McMillan P, Murphy J, Sky E,
Torba D, Bade M: The Use of a Static Measure to Predict Foot Posture at Midstance During
Walking. Foot (Edinb). 2016 Sep 20; 28:47-53. Doi: 10.1016/j.foot.2016.09.001.
121. Matthews M, Rathleff MS, Claus A, McPoil TG, Nee R, Crossley K, Vicenzino B: Can
we predict the outcome for people with patellofemoral pain? A systematic review on prognostic
factors and treatment effect modifiers. Br J Sports. Med 2016 Dec 13. doi: 10.1136/bjsports-
2016-096545.
122. Matthews M, Rathleff MS, Claus A, McPoil TG, Nee R, Crossley K, Kasza J, Paul S,
Mellor R. Vicenzino B: The foot orthoses versus hip exercises (FOHX) trial for patellofemoral
pain: a protocol for a randomized clinical trial to determine if foot mobility is associated with
better outcomes from foot orthoses. J Foot Ankle Res 2017; 10:5. DOI 10.1186/s13047-017-
0186-5.
123. Cornwall MW, McPoil TG: Can runners perceive changes in heel cushioning as the shoe
ages with increased mileage? Int J Sports Phys Ther. 2017; 12:616-624.
124. Bousie JA, Blanch P, McPoil TG, Vicenzino B: Hardness and posting of foot orthoses
modify plantar contact area, plantar pressure, and perceived comfort when cycling. Journal of
Science and Medicine in Sport 2018; 21:691-696.
125. Mannen EM, Currie SJ, Bachman EC, Otmane A, Davidson BS, Shelburne KB, McPoil
TG: The use of high-speed stereo radiography to assess the foot orthoses effectiveness in
controlling midfoot posture during walking: a pilot study. Foot (Edinb). 2018; Jun 35: 28-35.
126. Albin S, Koppenhaver S, VanBoerum DH, Morgan JM, McPoil TG, Fritz J: Timing of
Initiating Manual Therapy and Therapeutic Exercises in the Management of Patients after
Hindfoot Fractures: A Randomized Controlled Trial. J Man Manip Ther. 2018 Jul;26(3):147-
156. doi: 10.1080/10669817.2018.1432542
127. Reinking MF, Dugan L, Ripple N, Schleper K, Scholtz H, Spadino J, Stahl C, McPoil
TG: Reliability of 2-dimensional video-based running gait analysis. Int J Sports Phys Ther.
2018 jun;13(3):453-461.
128. McClinton SM, Heiderscheit BC, McPoil TG, Flynn TW: Physical therapist decisionmaking
in managing plantar heel pain – cases from a pragmatic randomized clinical trial.
Physiother Theory Pract. 2018 Jul 6:1-25.
129. Jones E, Furth S, McPoil TG, Finley M. Instrument-assisted soft tissue mobilization for
the management of chronic plantar heel pain – a feasibility study. Accepted for publication in the
Journal of American Podiatric Medical Association.
130. White JD, Carson N, Baum BS, Reinking MF, McPoil TG. Use of 2-dimensional sagittal
kinematic variables to estimate ground reaction forces during running. Accepted for publication
in Int J Sports Phys Ther.
131. Albin S, Fenter B, Smith A, Blommel H, Lowrimore C, Bailey B, Koppenhaver S,
McPoil TG. The effect of manual therapy on gastrocnemius muscle stiffness in health
individuals. Accepted for publication in FOOT.
Manuscripts Submitted to Refereed Journals for Review:
Non-refereed, Invited Manuscripts/Guidelines/Papers/Commentaries:
1. McPoil TG: Considerations in the management of pediatric and adolescent sports injuries. In
Campbell, S, Carter, RE (eds): Topics in Pediatrics, In Touch Continuing Education Series, American
Physical Therapy Association, Fairfax, VA, 1990
2. McPoil TG: Invited Commentary: Mueller MJ, et al: Differences in gait characteristics of patients
with diabetes and peripheral neuropathy compared to age-matched controls. Physical Therapy
74:309-310, 1994
3. McPoil TG: Guest commentary: Foot and ankle special interest group. Orthopaedic Practice 7:7-8,
1995
4. McPoil TG: Should physical therapy assistants be licensed? Arizona Physical Therapy Association
Newsletter, Spring Issue, 1995
5. McPoil TG: Invited Commentary: Donatelli R, et al: Relationship between static and dynamic foot
postures in professional baseball players. Journal of Orthopaedic and Sports Physical Therapy
29:326-329, 1999
6. McPoil TG: Foot and Ankle Case Study. Orthopaedic Practice 11(3):39-40, 1999
7. McPoil TG: Foot and Ankle Case Study. Orthopaedic Practice 11(4):30-32, 1999
8. McPoil TG: Contemporary Footwear Considerations. Independent Study Course Series 10.3
Management of the Foot & Ankle. Orthopaedic Section, APTA, 2000
9. Gallagher G, Driskell C, McPoil TG: Total ankle arthroplasty: A case study. Orthopaedic Practice
14(3):36-37, 2002
10. McPoil TG: Podiatric Biomechanics: Future directions for research in the 21st century. International
Journal of Podiatric Biomechanics 1:22, 2002
11. Albin S, McPoil TG: Ankle Arthroplasty. Independent Study Course Series 20.2: Joint Arthroplasty:
Advances in Surgical Management and Rehabilitation. Orthopaedic Section, APTA, 2010
12. Vicenzino B, McPoil TG. Invited Commentary “The role of physiotherapists in implementing inshoe
foot orthoses in managing overuse musculoskeletal injuries: using patellofemoral pain as an
example. Physiotherapy Ireland 33(1), 6-8.
Book Chapters:
1. McPoil TG, McGarvey T: The foot in athletics. In Hunt GC (ed): Clinics In Physical Therapy, Vol.
16 (1st ed). Churchill Livingstone, 1987.
2. McPoil TG, Brocato R: The foot and ankle: Biomechanical evaluation and treatment. In Gould JA
(ed): Textbook of Physical Therapy: Orthopedics and Sports (2nd ed.), CV Mosby, 1990.
3. McPoil TG, Hunt GC: Physical Therapy for the Foot and Ankle: An Evaluation and Treatment
Paradigm for the Future. In Hunt GC, McPoil TG (eds): Clinics in Physical Therapy, Vol. 16 (2nd
ed), Churchill Livingstone, 1995.
4. McPoil TG, Cornwall MW: Biomechanics of Running. In Magee DJ, Zachazewski J, Quillen WS
(eds): Athletic Injuries and Rehabilitation, WB Saunders, 1996.
5. McPoil TG: Rehabilitation of Foot and Ankle Injuries in Baseball. In Andrews JA, Zarins B, Wilk
KE (eds): Injuries in Baseball, Lippincott-Raven, 1998.
6. Albin S, Cornwall MW, McPoil TG: Postoperative Management of Foot and Ankle Disorders. In
Fernandez-de-las-Penas C, Cleland JA, Dommerholt J (eds): Muaual Therapy for Musculoskeletal
Pain Syndromes, Elsevier 2015.
Books Edited:
1. Hunt GC, McPoil TG (eds): Clinics in Physical Therapy: Physical Therapy for the Foot and Ankle,
Vol. 16 (2nd ed), Churchill Livingstone, 1996
2. Malone TR, McPoil TG, Nitz A (eds): Orthopaedic and Sports Physical Therapy (3rd ed), CV Mosby,
1997
3. Malone TR, McPoil TG, Nitz A (eds): Instructor’s Manual for Orthopaedic and Sports Physical
Therapy (3rd ed), CV Mosby, 1997
Educational Videotapes/Brochures:
1. McPoil, T: Evaluation and management of plantar fasciitis. Produced by AREN/Executive
Communications, Inc, Pittsburgh, PA. Aired in September, 1990.
2. McPoil T, Mueller M, Reischl S, Tomaro J: Contributing Authors, Taking Care of Your Foot and
Ankle Brochure. Produced by the American Physical Therapy Association, 1996.
Technical Reports:
1. McPoil TG: Morphological Analyses of Womens Feet. Technical Report written for Reebok
International, Ltd., 1988.
2. McPoil TG: Analysis of the Posterior Heel Region in Women’s Feet. Technical Report written for
Reebok International, Ltd., 1988.
3. McPoil TG: The Effect of Shoe Outsole Design on Vertical Jumping. Technical Report written for
Reebok International, Ltd., 1989.
4. McPoil TG, Cornwall MW: Reliability of the Foottrak Rearfoot Motion Analysis System, Part 1.
Technical Report written for the Motion Analysis Corporation, Inc. 1989.
5. McPoil TG, Cornwall MW: Kinematic Analysis of the Lower Extremity During Cycling Using Fixed
versus Rotational Pedals. Technical Report written for Reebok International, Ltd., 1989.
6. McPoil TG: Evaluation of Shoe Midsole Materials During Walking and Running. Technical Report
written for Reebok International, Ltd., 1990.
7. McPoil TG, Cornwall MW: Reliability of the Foottrak Rearfoot Motion Analysis System, Part 2.
Technical Report written for the Motion Analysis Corporation, Inc. 1990.
8. McPoil TG, Cornwall MW: Comparisons of Foot Plantar Pressures and Vertical Force Between Men
and Women During Walking. Technical Report written for Reebok International. Ltd., 1991.
9. Cornwall MW, McPoil TG: Rearfoot Motion Studies Using the Peak Performance 2-D Analysis
System. Technical Report written for Peak Performance Technologies, Inc, 1991.
10. McPoil TG, Cornwall MW: Comparison of Tibial Rotation Device and Rearfoot Motion During
Walking. Technical Report written for Reebok International. Ltd., 1992.
11. McPoil TG, Cornwall MW: Effectiveness of the Reebok Insole Pump versus Total Contact Foot
Orthoses in Controlling Rearfoot Motion During Walking. Technical Report written for Reebok
International. Ltd., 1992.
12. Cornwall MW, McPoil TG: Normative Pattern of Rearfoot Motion using 2-D Analysis. Technical
Report written for Peak Performance Technologies, Inc, 1992.
13. McPoil TG, Cornwall MW: Plantar Pressure and Peak Vertical Force During Walking by Shoe Size
for Men and Women. Technical Report written for Reebok International, Ltd., 1992.
14. McPoil TG: Results of Shoe Friction Testing on an Artificial Grass Surface Using Football Shoes
with Different Outsole Configurations. Technical Report written for Reebok International, Ltd.,
1993.
15. McPoil TG: Female Foot Structure and Movement Patterns. Technical Report written for Reebok
International, Ltd., 1994.
16. McPoil TG, Cornwall MW: The effect of sock liners on vertical forces and plantar pressures.
Technical Report written for Reebok International, Ltd., 1994.
17. Cornwall MW, McPoil TG: The effect of shoe sole profile on lower extremity motion and muscle
activity. Technical Report written for The Rockport Company, 1995.
18. McPoil TG. Morphologic and radiologic measurement variables related to the proper fit of athletic
footwear. Technical Report written for Reebok International, Ltd., 1998
Published Abstracts:
1. McPoil, T: Effects of elbow position on power-grip strength (abs). Physical Therapy, Vol. 62, No.
5, May 1982
2. McPoil, T: Immediate Clinical Orthotic Device – the Cobra pad (abs). Physical Therapy, Vol. 62,
No. 5, May 1982
3. McPoil T, Groppel J, Knecht H: A cinematographical analysis of bilateral below-knee and Symes
amputees (abs). Physical Therapy Vol. 65, No. 5, May 1985
4. McPoil T: Foot orthoses (abs). Physical Therapy, Vol. 66, No. 5, May 1986
5. McPoil T, Schuit D, Knecht H, Woitechek D: A comparison of three positions to measure tibial
varum in women 19 to 30 years of age (abs). Physical Therapy, Vol. 66, No. 5, May 1986
6. McPoil T, Schuit D, Knecht H: A comparison of three neutral cast impression procedures in women
19 to 30 years of age (abs). Physical Therapy, Vol. 67, No. 5, May 1987
7. McPoil T, Adrian M, Pidcoe P: The effect of foot orthoses on center of pressure patterns in women
with forefoot deformities (abs). Physical Therapy, Vol. 68, No. 5, May 1988
8. McPoil T, Adrian M, Pidcoe P: The effect of shoewear on medial shear patterns in women with
forefoot deformities (abs). Physical Therapy, Vol. 68, No. 5, May 1988
9. Schuit D, Keenum M, McPoil T, Knecht H, Pidcoe P: Validation of the isostation B-100 back testing
isokinetic dynamometer (abs). Physical Therapy, Vol. 68, No. 5, May 1988
10. Ator R, Gunn K, McPoil T, Knecht H: The effect of adhesive strapping on medial longitudinal arch
support before and after exercise (abs). Physical Therapy, Vol. 68, No. 5, May 1988
11. McPoil T, Groppel J, Schuit D: A comparison of tibio-fibular varum values measured in standing
and during walking (abs). Physical Therapy, Vol. 69, No. 5, May 1989
12. McPoil T, Schuit D, Pidcoe P: The effectiveness of three types of foot orthoses on center of pressure
patterns in women with forefoot deformities (abs). Physical Therapy, Vol. 69, No. 5, May 1989
13. McPoil T, Cornwall MW: The effectiveness of three types of insole materials in reducing vertical
force and plantar pressures during walking (abs). Physical Therapy, Vol. 71, No. 6 (Suppl), June,
1991.
14. McPoil T, Cornwall MW, Nesbitt ME: Rigid versus soft foot orthoses for a runner with stress
fractures (abs). Athletic Training, Vol. 26, No. 2, Summer 1991
15. Thompson, DL, Hatley, ME, McPoil, TG and Cornwall, MW: Comparison of Ground Reaction
Forces and Plantar Pressures During High Versus Low Impact Aerobic Movements (abs). Physical
Therapy 72(6):S42, 1992
16. Albers, D, Hu, R, McPoil, TG and Cornwall, MW: Comparison of Foot Plantar Pressures During
Walking and En Pointe (abs). Physical Therapy 72(6):S42, 1992
17. Mueller, K, Cornwall, MW, Mueller, D, McPoil, TG and Sartor-Glittenberg, C: Effect of Two
Contemporary Tone Inhibiting Ankle Foot Orthoses on Foot Loading Patterns in a Hemiplegic Adult
(abs). Physical Therapy 72(6):S56, 1992
18. Cornwall, MW and McPoil, TG: Reduction of 2-Dimensional Rearfoot Motion Variability During
Walking (abs). Physical Therapy 72(6):S58, 1992
19. McPoil, TG and Cornwall, MW: The Relationship Between Neutral Subtalar Joint Position and the
Pattern of Rearfoot Motion During Walking (abs). Physical Therapy 72(6):S77, 1992
20. Smith W, Yamada W, Lange M, McPoil T: An interdisciplinary approach for the treatment of foot
problems in American Indians with diabetes mellitus (abs). Physical Therapy 72(6):S7, 1992
21. Cornwall, MW and McPoil, TG: The Influence of Tibialis Anterior Muscle Activity on the Pattern of
Rearfoot Motion During Walking (abs). Physical Therapy 73(6):S110, 1993
22. McPoil, TG and Cornwall, MW: The Relationship Between the Rearfoot Angle During One-Leg
Standing and the Pattern of Rearfoot Motion During Walking (abs). Physical Therapy 73(6):S96,
1993
23. Lemke, K, Cornwall, MW, McPoil, TG and Schuit, D: A Comparison of Rearfoot Motion in
Overground Versus Treadmill Walking (abs). Physical Therapy 73(6):S13, 1993
24. Hopson, MM, McPoil, T and Cornwall, MW: Motion of the First Metatarsophalangeal Joint:
Reliability and Validity of Four Measurement Techniques (abs). Physical Therapy 73(6):S14, 1993
25. Smith, W, Yamada, W, McPoil, TG and Cornwall, MW: Static vs Dynamic Pressure Assessment for
Identifying Areas of High Pressures in Diabetic American Indians (abs). Physical Therapy 73(6):S40,
1993
26. Cornwall, MW and McPoil, TG: Comparison of rear-foot motion and transverse tibial rotation during
normal walking (abs). Physical Therapy 74:S128, 1994
27. Mueller, K, Cornwall, MW, Mueller, D, McPoil, T and Sartor-Glittenberg, C: Effect of Two
Contemporary Tone Inhibiting Ankle Foot Orthoses on Foot Loading Patterns in a Hemiplegic Adult
(abs). Physical Therapy 74:S37, 1994
28. Fukumoto, DE, Cornwall, MW, McPoil, TG, Wortzel, J and Wylie, L: Effect of Movement Velocity
on Surface Electromyographic Activity (abs). Physical Therapy 74:S51, 1994
29. Flot, S, Hill, V, Yamada, W, McPoil, T and Cornwall, MW: The Effect of Padded Hosiery in
Reducing Foot Plantar Pressures (abs). Physical Therapy 74:S57, 1994
30. Childs, R, Olson, B, McPoil, TG and Cornwall, MW: The Effect of Three Treatment Techniques in
Reducing Metatarsal Head Pressures (abs). Physical Therapy 74:S58, 1994
31. McPoil, TG and Cornwall, MW: The Relationship Between Static Measurements of the Lower
Extremity and the Pattern of Rearfoot Motion During Walking (abs). Physical Therapy 74:S141,
1994
32. McPoil TG, Cornwall MW: The prediction of rearfoot motion during walking using static and
dynamic predictors (abs). Journal of Orthopaedic and Sports Physical Therapy 21:50, 1995
33. Sawert, MK, Cornwall, MW and McPoil, TG: Validation of the Tibial Pointer Device Using Three-
Dimensional Motion Analysis (abs). Physical Therapy 76:S32, 1996
34. Amstrup, A, McPoil TG and Cornwall, MW: Relationship Between Forefoot and Calcaneus Motion
During the Early Stance Phase of Walking (abs). Physical Therapy 76:S31, 1996
35. Woolf, R, Kappel-Bargas, A, Cornwall, MW and McPoil, TG: Role of the Windlass Mechanism
During Normal Walking (abs). Physical Therapy 76:S31, 1996
36. Mueller, K, Cornwall, MW, McPoil, T, Mueller, D and Sartor-Glittenberg, C: Effect of Two
Contemporary Tone-Inhibiting Ankle-Foot Loading Patterns in Adult Hemiplegics: A Small Group
Study (abs). Physical Therapy 76:S35, 1996
37. McPoil, TG, Cornwall, MW and Haynes, J: Relative Movement of the Navicular Bone During
Walking (abs). Physical Therapy 76:S84, 1996
38. McCallum, J, Turnage, A, Cornwall, MW and McPoil, TG: Effect of a Beveled Heel on Lower-Leg
Muscle EMG Activity During Walking (abs). Physical Therapy 76:S86, 1996
39. Cornwall, MW, McPoil, TG and Haynes, J: Relationship Between Rearfoot and Midfoot Motion
During Walking (abs). Physical Therapy 76:S75, 1996
40. Corley M, Hasson P, Worrell T, McPoil T: The effects of footwear on quadriceps angle and
transverse plane tibial rotation in individuals with anterior knee pain (abs). Journal of Orthopaedic
and Sports Physical Therapy 25:69, 1997
41. Cornwall, MW, McPoil, TG, Woolf, RD and Kappel-Bargas, A: The Role of the Windlass
Mechanism During Normal Walking (abs). Physical Therapy 77:S79, 1997
42. Mannon, K, Anderson, T, Cheetham, P, Cornwall, MW and McPoil, TG: A Comparison of Two
Motion Analysis Systems for the Measurement of Two-Dimensional Rearfoot Motion During
Walking (abs). Physical Therapy 77:S27, 1997
43. Copeland, A, Swank, K, Arenson, N, Cheetham, P, McPoil, TG and Cornwall, MW: Reliability of
Joint Range of Motion Measured Using Standard Goniometry in Comparison to an Electromagnetic
Measurement Device (abs). Physical Therapy 77:S40, 1997
44. McPoil, TG and Cornwall, MW: The Effect of Foot Orthoses on Transverse Tibial Rotation During
Walking (abs). Physical Therapy 77:S90, 1997
45. McPoil TG, Cornwall MW: The use of lower-leg rotation rather than subtalar neutral position when
assessing navicular drop (abs). Journal of Orthopaedic and Sports Physical Therapy 27:67, 1998
46. Cornwall MW, McPoil TG: The influence of ankle dorsiflexion range of motion on rear-foot motion
during walking (abs). Journal of Orthopaedic and Sports Physical Therapy 27:75, 1998
47. Van Zant RS, McPoil TG, Cornwall MW: The symmetry of plantar pressure patterns in healthy
subjects during walking (abs). Journal of Orthopaedic and Sports Physical Therapy 29:A-41, 1999
48. Cornwall MW, McPoil TG: Three-dimensional movement of the midfoot during normal walking
(abs). Journal of Orthopaedic and Sports Physical Therapy 30:A-19, 2000
49. Hayden S, Pipinich L, McPoil TG, Cornwall MW: Effect of four prosthetic feet on reducing plantar
pressures in diabetic amputees (abs). Journal of Orthopaedic and Sports Physical Therapy 30:A-24,
2000
50. McPoil TG, Cornwall MW: Use of medial longitudinal arch height to predict plantar surface contact
area during walking (abs). Journal of Orthopaedic and Sports Physical Therapy 30:A-29, 2000
51. McPoil TG, Cornwall MW: Effect of athletic shoe midsole enhancements on shock attenuation
during walking and running (abs). Journal of Orthopaedic and Sports Physical Therapy 31:A-48,
2001
52. Cornwall MW, McPoil TG: Three-dimensional movement of the first ray during normal walking
(abs). Journal of Orthopaedic and Sports Physical Therapy 31:A-16, 2001
53. McPoil TG: The use of static foot measurements to predict dynamic foot function (abs). Journal of
Orthopaedic and Sports Physical Therapy, 31:157, 2001
54. McPoil TG, Cornwall MW: Use of static radiographic measurements to predict dynamic plantar
pressures (abs). Clinical Biomechanics, 16:845, 2001
55. McPoil TG, Cornwall MW: The effect of foot orthoses on the velocity of the center of pressure (abs).
Clinical Biomechanics, 16:844, 2001
56. Cornwall MW, McPoil TG: Analysis of the center of pressure gait line and its relationship to rearfoot
motion (abs). Clinical Biomechanics, 16:831, 2001
57. McPoil TG, Cornwall MW: Does the shape of the medial longitudinal arch change during walking:
Implications for the design of foot orthoses (abs). Journal of Orthopaedic and Sports Physical
Therapy, 32:A-7, 2002
58. Cornwall MW, McPoil TG: The reliability and validity of the clinical assessment of first ray mobility
(abs). Journal of Orthopaedic and Sports Physical Therapy, 32:A-5, 2002
59. McPoil TG, Cornwall TG: The use of the static foot angle to predict dynamic foot posture during
running (abs). Journal of Orthopaedic and Sports Physical Therapy, 32:A-45, 2002
60. McPoil TG, Cornwall MW: Which of four measures of arch structure predict dynamic arch posture
and also have a high level of intra- and inter-rater reliability (abs). Journal of Orthopaedic and Sports
Physical Therapy, 33:A-14, 2003
61. Cornwall MW, McPoil TG, Fishco W, et al: Reliability of measuring forefoot alignment and its effect
on rearfoot motion during walking (abs). Journal of Orthopaedic and Sports Physical Therapy, 33:A-
13, 2003
62. McPoil TG, Cornwall MW: The effect of midfoot wedging on plantar surface pain and pressure (abs).
Clinical Biomechanics, 18:S23, 2003
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63. Manrique K, McPoil TG, Cornwall MW: The management of the diabetic charcot foot in Native
Americans living in a rural setting: A series of case studies. Journal of Orthopaedic and Sports
Physical Therapy, 34:A-25, 2004
64. Vicenzino B, McPoil TG, Cornwall MW: Does the reverse 6 anti-pronation taping method increase
the risk of ankle sprains by reducing the risk of foot contact area. Journal of Orthopaedic and Sports
Physical Therapy, 34:A-57, 2004
65. Cornwall MW, McPoil TG, Fosberg K, et al: The reliability of a weight-bearing linear measure of
ankle dorsiflexion. Journal of Orthopaedic and Sports Physical Therapy, 34:A-21, 2004
66. McPoil TG, Cornwall MW: What are typical levels of plantar skin tactile sensation and do differences
exist between men and women. Journal of Orthopaedic and Sports Physical Therapy, 34:A-22, 2004
67. McPoil TG, Cornwall MW, Ray C, Townsend L: Change in arch height during the sit-to-stand test: a
replacement of the navicular drop test. Journal of Orthopaedic and Sports Physical Therapy, 35:A-19,
2005
68. Vicenzino B, McPoil TG, Cornwall MW: Changes in plantar surface area under different loading
conditions. Clinical Biomechanics, 20:S37, 2005
69. Cornwall MW, McPoil TG: Classification of frontal plane rearfoot motion patterns. Journal of
Orthopaedic and Sports Physical Therapy, 36:A-13, 2006
70. McPoil TG, Cornwall MW, Craig D: Reliability of measuring lower extremity static flexibility,
strength, and alignment. Journal of Orthopaedic and Sports Physical Therapy, 36:A-74, 2006
71. Teyhan DS, Thomas RM, Darst CC, Gray BE, Robbins TL, Childs JD, McPoil T, Molloy JM:
Awareness and compliance with recommended physical activity and running shoe guidelines among
American soldiers. Journal of Orthopaedic and Sports Physical Therapy, 37:A-75, 2007
72. Molloy JM, Yeykal NS, Tragord BS, Neal MS, Nelson ES, Christie DS, McPoil T, Teyhan DS:
Influence of running shoe type on distribution and magnitude of plantar pressures across the planus
and cavus foot. Journal of Orthopaedic and Sports Physical Therapy, 37:A-14, 2007
73. McPoil T, Vicenzino B, Cornwall W, Collins N: Variations in foot posture and mobility between
individuals with anterior knee pain. Journal of Orthopaedic and Sports Physical Therapy, 37:A-15,
2007
74. Cornwall M, McPoil T, Lebec M, Wilson J: Reliability of the foot posture index. Journal of
Orthopaedic and Sports Physical Therapy, 37:A-15, 2007
75. Whitman J, Cleland JA, Bieniek ML, Mintken p, Keirns M, Magel JS, Albin S, Pinto D, McPoil T:
Exam factors identifying patients status-post inversion ankle sprain who are likely to benefit from
manual physical therapy interventions and exercise. Journal of Orthopaedic and Sports Physical
Therapy, 38:A-33, 2008
76. Molley JM, Yeykal NS, Tragord BS, Neal MS, Nelson ES, Christie DS, Teyhan DS, McPoil TG:
Influence of running shoe type on distribution and magnitude of plantar pressures among those with
pes planus or pes cavus. Clin Biomech 23:708, 2008
77. Teyhen DS, Stoltenberg BE, Collinsworth KM, Giesel CL, Williams DG, Kardouni CH, Molloy JM,
Goffar SL, Christie DS, McPoil T: Dynamic Plantar Pressure Parameters Predictive of Arch Height
Index. Journal of Orthopaedic and Sports Physical Therapy, 39:A-22, 2009
78. Teyhen DS, Stoltenberg BE, Collinsworth KM, Giesel CL, Williams DG, Kardouni CH, Molloy JM,
Goffar SL, Christie DS, McPoil T: Dynamic Plantar Pressure Parameters Predictive of Static Foot
Posture. Journal of Orthopaedic and Sports Physical Therapy, 39:A-23, 2009
79. McPoil TG, Cornwall MW, McNulty M: The effect of motion control shoes on sagittal plane
movement of the medial longitudinal arch. Journal of Orthopaedic and Sports Physical Therapy,
41:A-66, 2011.
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GRANT AND CONTRACT ACTIVITY:
1. College of Associated Health Professions Internal Support Grant. In support of pilot study
comparing various techniques to measure tibial varum. Grant for the amount of $600.00.(FUNDED)
2. Chicagoland Orthopedic Study Group Research Grant for $1000.00. Title of project: A Comparison
of three techniques to measure tibial varum in women 18 to 30 years. Grant period: June 1, l985 to
May 31, l986.(FUNDED)
3. Chicagoland Orthopedic Study Group Research Grant for $1175.00. Title of project: The
effectiveness of foot orthoses on controlling subtalar joint pronation. Grant period: June 1, l986 to
May 31, l987.(FUNDED)
4. Nike Corporation, a $1500.00 shoewear grant for the research project: The effectiveness of foot
orthoses on controlling subtalar joint pronation. July 1986.(FUNDED)
5. Chicagoland Orthopedic Study Group Research Grant for $800.00. Title of project: An
electromyographic compari son of three positions used for isometric quadriceps setting. Grant
period: June 1, l987 to May 31, l988.(FUNDED)
6. Clinical Education Associates, Inc. Research Grant for $500.00. Title of project: A comparison of
custom versus commercial foot orthoses in controlling abnormal subtalar joint pronation. Grant
period: June 1, l987 to May 31, l988.(FUNDED)
7. Research contract with Reebok International, Ltd. for $15,000.00 from September 1987 to August
1988. Title: Morphological characteristics of feet in women 18 to 40 years of age–Part 1. (FUNDED)
8. Research contract with Reebok International, Ltd. for $17,500.00 from October 1988 to September
1989. Title: Morphological characteristics of feet in women 18 to 40 years of age–Part 2. (FUNDED)
9. Research contract with Reebok International, Ltd. for $19,500.00 from July 1989 to September 1990.
Title: Determination of multiple forefoot flex outsole alignments for proper metatarsophalangeal joint
function. (FUNDED)
10. Research Grant Proposal, Submitted to Indian Health Service, for $9,050.00 from November 1989 to
October 1989. Title of Proposal: “Effect of forefoot deformities on the duration and amplitude of
foot plantar pressures in diabetic American Indians”.(NOT FUNDED)
11. Northern Arizona University Organized Research Grant, for $12,750.00 from July 1990 to June
1991. Title of Proposal: “Effect of forefoot deformities on the duration and amplitude of foot plantar
pressures in diabetic American Indians.”(FUNDED)
12. Research contract with Reebok International, Ltd. funded for $25,000.00 from October 1990 to
December 1991. Title: The Effect of Shoe Outsole Design on Vertical Jumping. (FUNDED)
13. Research contract for the evaluation of equipment reliability as well as clinical applications of
videography with Peak Performance Corporation for $20,000.00 from November 30, 1990 to
October 31, 1991. (FUNDED)
14. Northern Arizona University Organized Research Grant, for $10,500.00 from July 1991 to June
1992. Title of Proposal: “Effect of forefoot deformities on the duration and amplitude of foot plantar
pressures in diabetic American Indians.”(NOT FUNDED)
15. Research Award, Indian Health Service, for $1475.00 from Nov. 1991 to Nov. 1992 for analysis data
obtained for the project entitled “Effect of forefoot deformities on the duration and amplitude of foot
plantar pressures in diabetic American Indians.”(FUNDED)
16. Research contract with Reebok International, Ltd. funded for $16,000.00 from January 1992 to
December 1992. Title: Evaluation of Shoe Midsole Materials During Walking and Running.
(FUNDED)
17. Research Contract with Reebok International, Ltd. funded for $16,000.00 from January 1993 to
December 1993. Title: Comparisons of Foot Plantar Pressures and Vertical Force Between Men and
Women During Walking. (FUNDED)
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18. Research Contract with Reebok International, Ltd. funded for $16,000.00 from January 1994 to
December 1994. Title: Effectiveness of the Reebok Insole Pump versus Total Contact Foot Orthoses
in Controlling Rearfoot Motion During Walking (FUNDED)
19. Research Contract with Reebok International, Ltd. funded for $16,000.00 from January 1995 to
December 1995. Results of Shoe Friction Testing on an Artificial Grass Surface Using Football Shoes
with Different Outsole Configurations. (FUNDED)
20. Research Contract with The Rockport Company funded for $2,500.00 from October 1994 to August
1995. Title: The effect of shoe sole profile on lower extremity motion and muscle activity.
(FUNDED)
21. Research Contract with Reebok International, Ltd., funded for $16,000.00 from January 1996 to
December 1996. Title: Plantar Pressure and Peak Vertical Force During Walking by Shoe Size for
Men and Women. (FUNDED)
22. Research Contract with Reebok International, Ltd. funded for $16,000.00 from January 1997 to
December 1997. Title: The effect of different density sock liners on vertical forces and plantar
pressures (FUNDED)
23. Research Contract with Reebok International, Ltd. funded for $12,000.00 from January 1998 to
December 1998. Title: The effect of shoe sole profile on lower extremity motion and muscle activity.
(FUNDED)
24. Research Contract with Reebok International, Ltd. funded for $ 6,000.00 from January 1999 to
December 1999. Title: Morphologic and radiologic measurement variables related to the proper fit of
athletic footwear – Part 1. (FUNDED)
25. Research Contract with Reebok International, Ltd. funded for $12,000.00 from January 2000 to
December 2000. Title: Morphologic and radiologic measurement variables related to the proper fit of
athletic footwear – Part 2. (FUNDED)
26. Research Contract with Reebok International, Ltd. funded for $11,000.00 from January 2002 to
December 2002. Title: Female foot structure and 3-D rearfoot – midfoot movement patterns during
walking. (FUNDED)
27. Research Contract with Reebok International, Ltd. funded for $11,000.00 from January 2003 to
December 2003. Title: Morphological and radiographic analysis of the posterior heel region in
women’s feet. (FUNDED)
28. Research Contract with Reebok International, Ltd. funded for $11,500.00 from January 2004 to
December 2004. Title: Development of Foot Image Platform (FIP) for assessment of foot structure
and morphology. (FUNDED)
29. Associate Investigator, Australian National Health & Medical Research Council (NHMRC) Grant
($190,563 AUS). Primary Investigator: Dr. Bill Vicenzino. Project title: Foot orthotics in the
treatment of patellofemoral pain syndrome: An RCT in primary care. 2004 to 2007 (FUNDED)
30. Partner Investigator, Australian Research Council Linkage Grant ($900,000 AUS). Chief
Inverstigators: Dr. Bill Vicenzino & Dr. Paul Hodges. Project title: Neuromuscular adaptations to
training, cross training, and passive physical interventions: A neurophysiological approach to
understanding human performance and musculoskeletal injury. 2006 to 2008 (FUNDED)
MEMBERSHIP IN SCIENTIFIC/PROFESSIONAL SOCIETIES:
1. American Physical Therapy Association, 1973 to present.
2. Fulbright Association, 2005 to 2015.
3. Education Section – American Physical Therapy Association, 1997 to present.
4. Orthopaedic Section – American Physical Therapy Association, 1992 to present.
5. National Athletic Trainers Association, 1979 to 2010.
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PROFESSIONAL ASSOCIATION SERVICE:
National:
1. Member, Catherine Worthingham Fellows Review Committee, American Physical Therapy
Association, 2008 to 2011.
2. Member, Proposal Subcommittee/Annual Conference Program Committee, American Physical
Therapy Association, 2001.
3. Member, Advisory Panel on the Resource Center for Research and Learning, American Physical
Therapy Association, 1996.
4. Member, Research Contact Program, Podiatric Research Advisory Committee, American Podiatric
Medical Association, 1997 to 2010.
Section:
1. Member, ICF Based Clinical Practice Guidelines Advisory Panel, Orthopaedic Section, American
Physical Therapy Association, 2016 to present.
2. Member, Task Force to Investigate Possible Section Dues Increase, Orthopaedic Section, American
Physical Therapy Association, 2016 to 2017.
3. Director-at-Large, Orthopaedic Section, American Physical Therapy Association, 2012 to 2015.
4. Vice-President/Education Chair, Foot and Ankle Special Interest Group, Orthopaedic Section,
American Physical Therapy Association, 2011 to 2012.
5. Vice-President, Orthopaedic Section, American Physical Therapy Association, 2004 to 2011.
6. Chair, Awards Committee, Orthopaedic Section, American Physical Therapy Association, 2004 to
2011.
7. Member, ICF Clinical Guidelines Advisory Panel, Orthopaedic Section, American Physical Therapy
Association, 2008 to 2011.
8. Treasurer, Journal of Orthopaedic and Sports Physical Therapy, 2006 to 2009.
9. Member-at-Large, Board of Directors, Journal of Orthopaedic and Sports Physical Therapy, 2005 to
2009.
10. Member, Research Committee, Sports Physical Therapy Section, American Physical Therapy
Association, 1998 to 2004.
11. President, Foot and Ankle Special Interest Group, Orthopaedic Section, American Physical Therapy
Association, 1995 to 1997 and 1999 to 2001.
12. Member, Newsletter Committee, Research Section, American Physical Therapy Association, 1991 to
1993
Chapter:
1. Member, Education/Professional Development Committee, APTA/Colorado Chapter, 2011 to 2016.
2. Delegate, Arizona State Chapter, American Physical Therapy Association, 1991 to 1993.
3. Alternate Delegate, Arizona State Chapter, American Physical Therapy Association, 1990.
4. Member, Research Committee, Arizona State Chapter, American Physical Therapy Association, 1989
to present.
5. Chairperson, Research Committee, Illinois State Chapter, American Physical Therapy Association,
1987 to 1988.
6. Secretary, Research Committee, Illinois State Chapter, American Physical Therapy Association, 1984
to 1986.
EDITORIAL BOARD APPOINTMENTS:
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1. Contributing Editor, Journal of the American Podiatric Medical Association, 1995 to present.
2. Member, International Advisory Board, The Foot, 2003 to present.
3. Member, Editorial Board, Research in Sports Medicine: An International Journal, 2002 to 2012.
4. Member, Editorial Advisory Board, Journal of Foot and Ankle Research, 2008 to 2012.
5. Member, Editorial Board, Foot & Ankle International, 1992 to 2002.
SCIENTIFIC PRESENTATIONS:
International:
1. McPoil T, Cornwall MW: A comparison of rigid versus soft foot orthoses in the treatment of tibial
stress fractures. Invited Platform Presentation, First Annual EMED International Users Meeting, The
University of Liverpool, Liverpool, England, November, 1990
2. McPoil T, Cornwall MW: Relationship between rearfoot motion and plantar surface loading of the
foot during walking. Invited Platform Presentation, Second Annual EMED International Users
Meeting, University of Vienna, Vienna, Austria, November, 1991.
3. McPoil TG, Cornwall MW: A comparison of foot plantar pressures between men and women during
walking. Platform Presentation, Third Annual EMED International Users Meeting, Northern Arizona
University, Flagstaff, AZ, August, 1992
4. Cornwall MW, McPoil T: The relationship between anterior-posterior shear and plantar pressures
during walking. Platform Presentation, Third Annual EMED International Users Meeting, Northern
Arizona University, Flagstaff, AZ, August, 1992
5. Hopson M, McPoil TG, Cornwall MW: The relationship between first metatarsophalangeal joint
extension and peak pressure of the hallux and first metatarsal head during walking. Platform
Presentation, Third Annual EMED Inter national Users Meeting, Northern Arizona University,
Flagstaff, AZ, August, 1992
6. Yamada W, McPoil T, Smith W, Cornwall MW: The effectiveness of shoewear and insole materials
in reducing plantar pressures in diabetics: A pilot study. Platform Presentation, Third Annual EMED
International Users Meeting, Northern Arizona University, Flagstaff, AZ, August, 1992
7. McPoil TG, Cornwall MW: Subtalar Joint Neutral: Fact or Fiction? Invited 90 Minute Presentation,
Second Joint American Physical Therapy Assn/Canadian Physiotherapy Assn Congress, Toronto,
Canada, June 1994
8. McPoil TG, Cornwall MW: The relationship between static measurements of the lower extremity and
the pattern of rearfoot motion during walking. Platform Presentation, Second Joint American
Physical Therapy Assn/Canadian Physiotherapy Assn Congress, Toronto, Canada, June 1994.
9. Cornwall MW, McPoil TG: Comparison of rearfoot motion and transverse tibial rotation during
normal walking. Platform Presentation, Second Joint American Physical Therapy Assn/Canadian
Physiotherapy Assn Congress, Toronto, Canada, June 1994
10. Flot S, Hill V, Yamada W, McPoil TG, Cornwall MW: The effect of padded hosiery in reducing foot
plantar pressures. Poster Presentation, Second Joint American Physical Therapy Assoc/Canadian
Physiotherapy Assoc Congress, Toronto, Canada, June 1994
11. Childs R, Olsen B, McPoil TG, Cornwall MW: The effect of three treatment techniques in reducing
metatarsal head pressures. Poster Presentation, Second Joint American Physical Therapy
Assoc/Canadian Physiotherapy Assoc Congress, Toronto, Canada, June 1994
12. Fukumoto DE, Cornwall MW, McPoil TG, Wortzel J, Wylie L: Effect of movement velocity on
surface electromyograhic activity. Poster Presentation, Second Joint American Physical Therapy
Assoc/Canadian Physiotherapy Assoc Congress, Toronto, Canada, June 1994
13. Mueller K, Cornwall MW, Mueller D, McPoil TG, Sartor-Glittenberg C: Effect of two contemporary
tone inhibiting ankle foot orthoses on foot loading patterns in a hemiplegic adult. Poster
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Presentation, Second Joint American Physical Therapy Assoc/Canadian Physiotherapy Assoc
Congress, Toronto, Canada, June 1994
14. McPoil TG, Cornwall MW: Variability in regional plantar pressures using the two-step method in
comparison to the mid-gait method. Platform Presentation, Fourth Annual EMED International Users
Meeting, The University of Ulm, Ulm, Germany, July 1994.
15. Cornwall MW, McPoil TG: The effect of an external metatarsal bar on the plantar forces and surface
area in a person with first metatarsal phalangeal joint pain. Platform Presentation, Fourth Annual
EMED International Users Meeting, The University of Ulm, Ulm, Germany, July 1994.
16. McPoil TG, Yamada W, Smith W, Cornwall MW: Plantar pressure distribution patterns in diabetic
Native Americans. Platform Presentation, International Conference on Clinical Gait Analysis, The
University of Dundee, Dundee, Scotland, July 1994.
17. McPoil TG, Cornwall MW: Use of the center of pressure pattern for foot related research: The issue
of variability. Platform Presentation, Fifth EMED International Scientific Meeting, Pennsylvania
State University, State College, PA, August 1996.
18. Cornwall MW, McPoil TG: The effect of foot orthotics on the initiation of plantar surface loading.
Platform Presentation, Fifth EMED International Scientific Meeting, Pennsylvania State University,
State College, PA, August 1996.
19. McPoil TG, Cornwall MW: Use of static radiographic measurements to predict dynamic plantar
pressures. Platform Presentation, EMED Millennium Scientific Meeting, Munich, Germany, August
2000.
20. McPoil TG, Cornwall MW: The effect of foot orthoses on the velocity of the center of pressure.
Poster Presentation, EMED Millennium Scientific Meeting, Munich, Germany, August 2000.
21. Cornwall MW, McPoil TG: Analysis of the center of pressure gait line and its relationship to rearfoot
motion. Platform Presentation, EMED Millennium Scientific Meeting, Munich, Germany, August
2000.
22. McPoil TG: The use of the static foot angle to predict dynamic foot posture during running. Platform
Presentation, The Pre-Olympic International Congress on Sport Science, Sports Medicine, and
Physical Education, Brisbane, Australia, September 2000.
23. McPoil TG, Cornwall MW: The effect of midfoot wedging on plantar surface pain and pressure.
Poster Presentation, The VIII EMED Scientific Meeting, Kananaskis, Canada, August 2002.
24. Vicenzino B, McPoil TG, Cornwall MW: Changes in plantar surface area under different loading
conditions. Platform Presentation, The IX EMED Scientific Meeting, University of Leeds, Leeds,
England, August 2004
25. Molloy JM, Yeykal NS, Tragord BS, Neal MS, Nelson ES, Christie DS, Teyhan DS, McPoil TG:
Influence of running shoe type on distribution and magnitude of plantar pressures among those with
pes planus or pes cavus feet. The X EMED Scientific Meeting, Spitzingsee, Germany, July 2006
26. Collins N, Crossley K, McPoil T, Vicenzino B. Anterior Knee Pain: Prognostic Factors. Australian
Physiotherapy Association Conference, October 2007
27. Collins N, Bisset L, McPoil T, Vicenzino B. Lower limb overuse injuries and foot orthoses: A
systematic review and meta-analysis. World Congress of Podiatry. Copenhagen, Denmark, 26-28th
May 2007
28. McPoil TG, Vicenzino B, Cornwall MW: Effect of foot orthoses contour on pain perception in
individuals with anterior knee pain. Platform Presentation, The XI EMED Scientific Meeting, The
University of Dundee, Scotland, July 2008.
29. Teyhen DS, Stoltenberg BE, Collinsworth KM, Giesel CL, Williams DG, Kardouni CH, Molloy JM,
Goffar SL, Christie DS, McPoil T: Dynamic plantar pressure parameters predictive of static arch
height index. Platform Presentation, The XI EMED Scientific Meeting, The University of Dundee,
Scotland, July 2008.
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30. Teyhen DS, Stoltenberg BE, Collinsworth KM, Giesel CL, Williams DG, Kardouni CH, Molloy JM,
Goffar SL, Christie DS, McPoil T: Dynamic plantar pressure parameters predictive of foot posture.
Platform Presentation, The XI EMED Scientific Meeting, The University of Dundee, Scotland, July
2008.
31. McPoil TG, Cornwall MW, McNulty MR: Do motion control running shoes decrease sagittal plane
movement of the medial longitudinal arch? Platform Presentation, The XII EMED International
Scientific Meeting, Brown University, Providence, RI, August 2010.
32. Albin S, Cornwall MW, McPoil TG: Variations in plantar loading patterns in individuals with soft
tissue versus boney rearfoot trauma: a preliminary study. Poster Presentation, The XII EMED
International Scientific Meeting, Brown University, Providence, RI, August 2010.
33. Matthews M, Rathleff MS, Claus A, McPoil TG, Nee R, Crossley K, Vicenzino B: Clinical predictors
of outcome for patellofemoral pain: A systematic review. Poster Presentation, Danish Society of
Sports Physiotherapy Conference, Copenhagen, Denmark, January 2015.
National:
1. McPoil T: Hyperbaric Oxygenation; an Alternative to Open Wound Care. Presented at the
Proceedings of the 12th Joint Meeting of the Clinical Society of USPHS, San Francisco, California,
April 1977
2. McPoil T: Symes Amputation – a Case Study. Presented at the 14th Joint Meeting of the Clinical
Society of USPHS, Phoenix, Arizona, April 1979
3. McPoil T: The Use of Thermoplastic Liners in Reducing Stump Socket Interface Pressures.
Presented at the 15th Joint meeting of the Clinical Society of USPHS, Houston, Texas, May 1980
4. McPoil T: Immediate Clinical Orthotic Device – the Cobra Pad. Poster Presentation, 1982 Annual
Conference, APTA, Anaheim, California, June 1982
5. McPoil T: Effects of Elbow Position on Power Grip Strength. Poster Presentation, 1982 Annual
Conference, APTA, Anaheim, California, June 1982
6. Schuit D, McPoil T, Knecht HK: Effect of a Tightened anterior band of the ulnar collateral ligament
on arthrokinematic motion at the humeroulnar joint. Oral Presentation, CAHP Research Forum,
University of Illinois, Chicago, April 1984
7. McPoil T: Biomechanical Management of Plantar Fasciitis. Oral Presentation, CAHP Research
Forum, University of Ill., April, 1984
8. McPoil T, Groppel J, Knecht HK: A cinematographical analysis of bilateral below-knee and symes
amputees. Poster presentation, 1985 Annual Conference, APTA, New Orleans, LA, June 1985
9. McPoil T, Schuit D, Knecht HG, Woiteshek DI: A comparison of three positions to measure tibial
varum in women 19 to 30 years of age. Poster Presentation. 1986 APTA National Conference,
Chicago, Illinois
10. McPoil T, Cameron JA, Adrian MJ: An anatomical study of the correlation between talar head
torsion and forefoot deformities. Oral presentation at the Eighth Annual Allied Health Research
Forum, University of Illinois at Chicago, April 1986
11. Schuit D, McPoil T, Moe P: Sacroiliac joint malalignment in the presence of functional and
structural leg length discrepancies. Presented at the Eighth Annual Allied Health Research Forum,
University of Illinois at Chicago, April 1986
12. McPoil T, Schuit D, Knecht H: A comparison of three neutral cast impression procedures in women
19 to 30 years of age. Poster Presentation. 1987 APTA National Conference, San Antonio, Texas.
13. McPoil T, Adrian M, Pidcoe P: The effect of shoewear on medial shear patterns in women with
forefoot deformities. Platform Presentation, 1988 APTA/CPA Joint Congress, Las Vegas, Nevada,
June, 1988
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14. McPoil T, Adrian M, Pidcoe P: The effect of foot orthoses on center of pressure patterns in women
with forefoot deformities. Poster Presentation, 1988 APTA/CPA Joint Congress, Las Vegas, Nevada,
June, 1988
15. Schuit D, Keenum M, McPoil T, Knecht H, Pidcoe P: Validation of the isostation B-100 back testing
isokinetic dynamometer. . Poster Presentation, 1988 APTA/CPA Joint Congress, Las Vegas, Nevada,
June, 1988
16. Ator R, Gunn K, McPoil T, Knecht H: The effect of adhesive strapping on medial longitudinal arch
support before and after exercise. Poster Presentation, 1988 APTA/CPA Joint Congress, Las Vegas,
Nevada, June, 1988
17. McPoil T, Groppel J, Schuit D: A comparison of tibiofibular varum values measured in standing and
during walking. Platform Presentation, 1989 APTA National Conference, Nashville, Tenn, June
1989
18. McPoil T, Schuit D, Pidcoe P: The effectiveness of three types of foot orthoses on the center of
pressure patterns in women with forefoot deformities. Platform Presentation, 1989 APTA National
Conference, Nashville, Tenn., June 1989
19. McPoil T, Cornwall MW, Nakata L, Lorenzini M: A comparison of plantar pressure patterns in
supinatory and pronatory feet. Platform Presentation, 1990 APTA National Conference, Anaheim,
CA, June 1990
20. McPoil T, Cornwall MW: The effect of two types of foot orthoses on the force patterns of an adult
with rearfoot varus during walking. Platform Presentation, 1990 APTA National Conference,
Anaheim, CA, June 1990
21. Gunter M, Dailey C, McPoil T, Cornwall MW: A comparison of arch index with three clinical
measures of static foot position. Poster Presentation, 1990 APTA National Conference, Anaheim,
CA, June 1990
22. Dailey C, Gunter M, McPoil T, Cornwall MW: Effect of anterior cavus on the relationship between
arch height and three clinical measures of static foot position. Poster Presentation, 1990 APTA
National Conference, Anaheim, CA, June 1990
23. Halvorson K, Iseminger M, McPoil T, Cornwall MW: Isokinetic evaluation of ankle inversion and
eversion in male athletes and non-athletes. Poster Presentation, 1990 APTA National Conference,
Anaheim, CA, June 1990
24. Mueller K, Cornwall MW, McPoil T, Mueller D, Barnwell J: Effect of a neurodevelopmental anklefoot
orthosis on patterns of foot loading in a hemiparetic adult. Poster Presentation, 1990 APTA
National Conference, Anaheim, CA, June 1990
25. McPoil T, Cornwall MW: Effect of insole materials on force and plantar pressures during walking.
Platform Presentation, 1991 APTA National Conference, Boston, MA, June 1991
26. McPoil T, Cornwall MW: The relationship between neutral subtalar joint position and the pattern of
rearfoot motion during walking. Platform Presentation, 1992 APTA National Conference, Denver,
CO, June 1992
27. Cornwall MW, McPoil T: Reduction of 2-dimensional rearfoot motion variability during walking.
Poster Presentation, 1992 APTA National Conference, Denver, CO, June 1992
28. Albers D, Hu R, McPoil TG, Cornwall MW: Comparison of foot plantar pressures during walking
and en pointe. Poster Presentation, 1992 APTA National Conference, Denver, CO, June 1992
29. Thompson D, Hatley M, McPoil TG, Cornwall MW: Comparison of ground reaction forces and
plantar pressures during high versus low impact aerobic movements. Poster Presentation, 1992
APTA National Conference, Denver, CO, June 1992
30. Mueller K, Cornwall MW, Mueller D, McPoil T: Effect of two contemporary tone inhibiting ankle
foot orthoses on foot loading patterns in a hemiplegic adult. Poster Presentation, 1992 APTA
National Conference, Denver, CO, June 1992
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31. Smith W, Yamada W, Lange M, McPoil T: An interdisciplinary approach for the treatment of foot
problems in American Indians with diabetes mellitus. Poster Presentation, 1992 APTA National
Conference, Denver, CO, June 1992
32. McPoil TG, Cornwall MW: The relationship between the rearfoot angle during one-leg stand and the
pattern of rearfoot motion during walking. Platform Presentation,1993 APTA National Conference,
Cincinnati, OH, June 1993
33. Cornwall MW, McPoil TG: The influence of tibialis anterior muscle activity on the pattern of rearfoot
motion during walking. Platform Presentation, 1993 APTA National Conference, Cincinnati, OH,
June 1993
34. Hopson MM, McPoil TG, Cornwall MW: Motion of the first metatarsophalangeal joint: reliability
and validity of measurement techniques. Poster Presentation, 1993 APTA National Conference,
Cincinnati, OH, June 1993
35. Lemke K, Cornwall MW, McPoil TG, Schuit D: A comparison of rearfoot motion patterns during
over ground versus treadmill walking. Poster Presentation, 1993 APTA National Conference,
Cincinnati, OH, June 1993
36. Smith W, Yamada W, McPoil TG, Cornwall MW: Static versus dynamic pressure assessment for
identifying areas of high foot pressures in diabetic American Indians. Poster Presentation, 1993
APTA National Conference, Cincinnati, OH, June 1993
37. McPoil TG, Cornwall MW: The prediction of rearfoot motion during walking using static and
dynamic predictors. Platform Presentation, 1995 APTA Combined Sections Meeting, Reno, NV,
February, 1995
38. McPoil TG, Cornwall MW: Relative movement of the navicular bone during walking. Platform
Presentation, 1996 APTA National Conference, Minneapolis, MN, June 1996
39. Cornwall MW, McPoil TG: Relationship between rearfoot and midfoot motion during walking.
Platform Presentation, 1996 APTA National Conference, Minneapolis, MN, June 1996
40. Amstrup A, McPoil TG, Cornwall MW: Relationship between forefoot and calcaneus motion during
the early stance phase of walking. Poster Presentation, 1996 APTA National Conference,
Minneapolis, MN, June 1996
41. Woolf R, Kappel-Bargus A, Cornwall MW, McPoil TG: The role of the windless mechanism during
normal walking. Poster Presentation, 1996 APTA National Conference, Minneapolis, MN, June 1996
42. Mueller K, Cornwall MW, McPoil TG, Mueller D, Sartor-Glittenburg C: Effect of two contemporary
tone inhibiting ankle foot orthoses on foot loading patterns in adult hemiplegics: A small group study.
Poster Presentation, 1996 APTA National Conference, Minneapolis, MN, June 1996
43. Sawert MK, Cornwall MW, McPoil TG: Validation of the tibial pointer device using threedimensional
motion analysis. Poster Presentation, 1996 APTA National Conference, Minneapolis,
MN, June 1996
44. McCallum, J, Turnage, A, Cornwall, MW and McPoil, TG: Effect of a Beveled Heel on Lower-Leg
Muscle EMG Activity During Walking. Poster Presentation, 1996 APTA National Conference,
Minneapolis, MN, June 1996
45. Corley M, Hasson P, Worrell T, McPoil, T: The effects of footwear on quadriceps angle and
transverse plane tibial rotation in individuals with anterior knee pain. Platform Presentation, 1997
APTA Combined Sections Meeting, Dallas, TX, February 1997
46. McPoil TG, Cornwall MW: The effect of foot orthoses on transverse tibial rotation during walking.
Platform Presentation, 1997 APTA National Conference, San Diego, CA, June 1997.
47. Cornwall MW, McPoil TG: The role of the windlass mechanism during normal walking. Platform
Presentation, 1997 APTA National Conference, San Diego, CA, June 1997.
48. Mannon K, Anderson T, Cheetham P, Cornwall MW, McPoil TG: A comparison of two motion
analysis systems for the measurement of two-dimensional rearfoot motion during walking. Poster
Presentation, 1997 APTA National Conference, San Diego, CA, June 1997.
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49. Copeland A, Swank K, Arenson N, Cheetham P, McPoil TG, Cornwall MW: Reliability of joint
range of motion measured using a standard goniometer in comparison to an electromagnetic
measurement device. Poster Presentation, 1997 APTA National Conference, San Diego, CA, June
1997.
50. McPoil TG, Cornwall MW: The use of lower-leg rotation rather than subtalar neutral position when
assessing navicular drop. Poster Presentation, 1998 APTA Combined Sections Meeting, Boston,
MA, February 1998
51. Cornwall MW, McPoil TG: The influence of ankle dorsiflexion range of motion on rear-foot motion
during walking. Poster Presentation, 1998 APTA Combined Sections Meeting, Boston, MA,
February 1998
52. Van Zant RS, McPoil TG, Cornwall MW: The symmetry of plantar pressure patterns in healthy
subjects during walking. Platform Presentation, 1999 APTA Combined Sections Meeting, Seattle,
WA, February 1999
53. Hayden S, Pipinich L, McPoil TG, Cornwall, MC, Holloway, GA: The Effect of Four Prosthetic Feet
on Enhancing Stance Phase Symmetry in Diabetic Amputees. Platform Presentation, 25th Annual
Meeting of the American Academy of Orthotists and Prosthetists, New Orleans, LA, March 1999
54. Hayden S, Pipinich L, McPoil TG, Cornwall, MC, Holloway, GA: The Effect of Four Prosthetic Feet
on Reducing Pressures in Diabetic Amputees. Platform Presentation, 25th Annual Meeting of the
American Academy of Orthotists and Prosthetists, New Orleans, LA, March 1999
55. Cornwall MW, McPoil TG: Three-dimensional movement of the midfoot during normal walking.
Platform Presentation, 2000 APTA Combined Sections Meeting, New Orleans, LA, February 2000
56. Hayden S, Pipinich L, McPoil TG, Cornwall MW: Effect of four prosthetic feet on reducing plantar
pressures in diabetic amputees. Platform Presentation, 2000 APTA Combined Sections Meeting,
New Orleans, LA, February 2000
57. McPoil TG, Cornwall MW: Use of medial longitudinal arch height to predict plantar surface contact
area during walking. Platform Presentation, 2000 APTA Combined Sections Meeting, New Orleans,
LA, February 2000
58. McPoil TG: The use of static measurements to predict dynamic foot movement during walking.
Platform Presentation, 1st Annual Foot & Ankle Special Interest Group Research Retreat, Annapolis,
MD, May 2000
59. McPoil TG, Cornwall MW: Effect of athletic shoe midsole enhancements on shock attenuation
during walking and running. Platform Presentation, 2001 APTA Combined Sections Meeting, San
Antonio, TX, February 2001
60. Cornwall, MW, McPoil TG: Three-dimensional movement of the first ray during normal walking.
Platform Presentation, 2001 APTA Combined Sections Meeting, San Antonio, TX, February 2001
61. McPoil TG, Cornwall MW: Does the shape of the medial longitudinal arch change during walking:
Implications for the design of foot orthoses. Platform Presentation, 2002 APTA Combined Sections
Meeting, Boston, MA, February 2002
62. Cornwall MW, McPoil TG: The reliability and validity of the clinical assessment of first ray mobility.
Platform Presentation, 2002 APTA Combined Sections Meeting, Boston, MA, February 2002
63. McPoil TG, Cornwall TG: The use of the static foot angle to predict dynamic foot posture during
running. Platform Presentation, 2002 APTA Combined Sections Meeting, Boston, MA, February
2002
64. Youberg, LD, Cornwall, MW, McPoil TG: The percent of total passive rearfoot pronation used
during dynamic activities: Implications for overuse injuries. Platform Presentation, 2002 APTA
Combined Sections Meeting, Boston, MA, February 2002
65. McPoil TG, Cornwall MW: Which of four measures of arch structure predict dynamic arch posture
and also have a high level of intra- and inter-rater reliability. Platform Presentation, 2003 APTA
Combined Sections Meeting, Tampa, FL, February 2003
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66. Cornwall MW, McPoil TG, Fishco W, et al: Reliability of measuring forefoot alignment and its effect
on rearfoot motion during walking. Platform Presentation, 2003 APTA Combined Sections Meeting,
Tampa, FL, February 2003
67. Manrique K, McPoil TG, Cornwall MW: The management of the diabetic charcot foot in Native
Americans living in a rural setting: A series of case studies. Poster Presentation, 2004 APTA
Combined Sections Meeting, Nashville, TN, February 2004
68. Vicenzino B, McPoil TG, Cornwall MW: Does the reverse 6 anti-pronation taping method increase
the risk of ankle sprains by reducing the risk of foot contact area. Platform Presentation, 2004 APTA
Combined Sections Meeting, Nashville, TN, February 2004
69. Cornwall MW, McPoil TG, Fosberg K, et al: The reliability of a weight-bearing linear measure of
ankle dorsiflexion. Platform Presentation, 2004 APTA Combined Sections Meeting, Nashville, TN,
February 2004
70. McPoil TG, Cornwall MW: What are typical levels of plantar skin tactile sensation and do differences
exist between men and women. Platform Presentation, 2004 APTA Combined Sections Meeting,
Nashville, TN, February 2004
71. Hart A, Mueller K, McPoil TG: Integrated case-based approach to enhance clinical reasoning in an
entry-level physical therapy doctoral education program. Platform Presentation, 2005 APTA
Combined Sections Meeting, New Orleans, LA, February 2005.
72. McPoil TG, Cornwall MW: Change in arch height during the sit-to-stand test: a replacement of the
navicular drop test. Platform Presentation, 2005 APTA Combined Sections Meeting, New Orleans,
LA, February 2005.
73. Lebec MT, McPoil TG: The use of videotaping as a reflective tool in a capstone musculoskeletal
course: A qualitative study. Poster Presentation, 2006 APTA Combined Sections Meeting, San
Diego, CA, February 2006.
74. Cornwall MW, McPoil TG: Classification of frontal plane rearfoot motion patterns. Platform
Presentation, 2006 APTA Combined Sections Meeting, San Diego, CA, February 2006.
75. McPoil TG, Cornwall MW, Craig D: Reliability of measuring lower extremity static flexibility,
strength, and alignment. Platform Presentation, 2006 APTA Combined Sections Meeting, San Diego,
CA, February 2006.
76. Teyhan DS, Thomas RM, Darst CC, Gray BE, Robbins TL, Childs JD, McPoil T, Molloy JM:
Awareness and compliance with recommended physical activity and running shoe guidelines among
American soldiers. Platform Presentation, 2007 APTA Combined Sections Meeting, Boston, MA
February 2007.
77. Molloy JM, Yeykal NS, Tragord BS, Neal MS, Nelson ES, Christie DS, McPoil T, Teyhan DS:
Influence of running shoe type on distribution and magnitude of plantar pressures across the planus
and cavus foot. Platform Presentation, 2007 APTA Combined Sections Meeting, Boston, MA
February 2007.
78. Whitman J, Cleland JA, Bieniek ML, Mintken p, Keirns M, Magel JS, Albin S, Pinto D, McPoil T:
Exam factors identifying patients’ status-post inversion ankle sprain who are likely to benefit from
manual physical therapy interventions and exercise. Platform Presentation, 2008 APTA Combined
Sections Meeting, Nashville, TN, February 2008.
80. Cornwall MW, McPoil TG, Warren M: The principle elements of frontal plane rearfoot motion
during walking. Platform Presentation, 2008 APTA National Conference, San Antonio, Texas, June
2008.
81. Teyhen DS, Stoltenberg BE, Collinsworth KM, Giesel CL, Williams DG, Kardouni CH, Molloy JM,
Goffar SL, Christie DS, McPoil T: Dynamic Plantar Pressure Parameters Predictive of Arch Height
Index. Platform Presentation, 2009 APTA Combined Sections Meeting, Las Vegas, NV, February
2009.
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82. Teyhen DS, Stoltenberg BE, Collinsworth KM, Giesel CL, Williams DG, Kardouni CH, Molloy JM,
Goffar SL, Christie DS, McPoil T: Dynamic Plantar Pressure Parameters Predictive of Static Foot
Posture. Platform Presentation, 2009 APTA Combined Sections Meeting, Las Vegas, NV, February
2009.
83. McPoil TG, Cornwall MW, McNulty M: The effect of motion control running shoes on sagittal plane
movement of the medial longitudinal arch. Poster Presentation, 2011 APTA Combined Sections
Meeting, New Orleans, LA, February 2011.
84. Cornwall MW, McPoil TG: The relationship between static foot posture and foot mobility. Platform
Presentation, 2011 APTA Combined Sections Meeting, New Orleans, LA, February 2011.
85. Albin S, Cornwall MW, McPoil TG: Differences in plantar loading in individuals with soft tissue
versus bony trauma to the rear foot: A pilot study. Platform Presentation, 2011 APTA Combined
Sections Meeting, New Orleans, LA, February 2011.
86. McPoil TG, Little CN: Use of foot orthoses to enhance the outcomes of manual therapy and exercise
in an individual with significant orthopaedic trauma. Poster Presentation, 2011 AAOMPT Annual
Meeting, Anaheim, CA, October 2011.
87. McPoil TG, Cornwall MW: Influence of foot orthoses hardness on perceived comfort in individuals
with different foot types. Poster Presentation, 2012 APTA Combined Sections Meeting, Chicago,
Illinois, February 2012.
88. McPoil TG, Carrell D, Ehlers D, Kuhlman H, Mufti J, Pomeroy M, Taylor O, Cornwall MW: Does
foot position in standing affect the reliability of static foot posture measurements? Poster
Presentation, 2012 APTA Combined Sections Meeting, Chicago, Illinois, February 2012.
89. McPoil TG, Taylor M, Pomeroy M, Mufti J, Kuhlman H, Ehlers D, Carrell D, Cornwall MW:
Consistency of self-selected versus rater-determined standing position when assessing foot posture
and mobility. Poster Presentation, 2012 APTA Combined Sections Meeting, Chicago, Illinois,
February 2012.
90. Cornwall MW, Sullivan S, Wilson K, McPoil TG, Abeler M, Devereaux K, Flood L, Merriman S,
van Der Laan, Villadiego T: Navicular drop or arch height difference: which is the optimal method to
assess vertical mobility of the midfoot? Poster Presentation, 2013 APTA Combined Sections
Meeting, San Diego, CA, January 2013.
91. Anemaet W, Hammerich A, McPoil TG: Variations in foot posture and mobility in individuals with
knee osteoarthritis. Poster Presentation, 2013 APTA Combined Sections Meeting, San Diego, CA,
January 2013.
92. McPoil TG, Abeler M, Devereaux K, Flood L, Merriman S, van Der Laan, Villadiego T, Cornwall
MW, Sullivan S, Wilson K: The reliability of a new measurement to assess the vertical mobility of
the midfoot. Poster Presentation, 2013 APTA Combined Sections Meeting, San Diego, CA, January
2013.
93. Mintken P, McPoil TG. A Practical Method to Instruct Entry-Level and Experienced Physical
Therapists to Perform the Foot Posture Index. Poster Presentation, 2014 APTA Combined Sections
Meeting, Las Vegas, NV, February 2014.
94. McPoil TG, Haager M, Hilt J, Klapheke J, Martinez R, VanSteenwyk C, Weber N, Cornwall MW,
Bade M. Can Static Foot Posture Measurements Predict Midfoot Plantar Surface Area? Poster
Presentation, 2014 APTA Combined Sections Meeting, Las Vegas, NV, February 2014.
95. Cornwall MW, McPoil, TG, Fair A. The Effect of Exercise and Time on Foot Posture Following the
Low-Dye and Modified Reverse- Foot Taping Technique. Poster Presentation, 2014 APTA
Combined Sections Meeting, Las Vegas, NV, February 2014.
96. Albin S, Cornwall MW, McPoil TG, Van Boerum D. Rearfoot Fracture and Achilles Tendon
Rupture Gait Patterns After Surgical Repair. Platform Presentation, 2014 APTA Combined Sections
Meeting, Las Vegas, NV, February 2014.
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97. Jones E, Finley M, Furth S, McPoil TG: Comparison of Graston technique soft tissue mobilization
and stretching for the management of chronic plantar heel pain: a pilot study. Poster presentation,
2015 APTA Combined Sections Meeting, Indianapolis, IN, February 2015.
98. Bade MJ, McPoil TM, Aaron K. Accuracy of self-reported foot strike pattern in experienced
runners. Poster presentation, 2015 APTA Combined Sections Meeting, Indianapolis, IN, February
2015.
99. Bade, Chi T, Farrell KC, Gresl AJ, Hammel L, Koster BN, Leatzow A, Thomas EC, McPoil TG. Use
of Static Measure to Predict Foot Posture and Mobility at Midsupport During Running. Poster
presentation, 2016 APTA Combined Sections Meeting, Anaheim, CA, February 2016.
100. Weber NJ, McPoil TG. Use of Temporary Supramalleolar Orthosis to Manage Foot Pain in a
Patient with Rheumatoid Arthritis: A Case Report. Poster presentation, 2016 APTA Combined
Sections Meeting, Anaheim, CA, February 2016.
101. Bade, Ford J, Fundaun J, Gallegos C, Kinney A, McMillan P, Murphy J, Sky E, Torba D, McPoil
TG. Use of Static Measure to Predict Foot Posture at Midstance during Walking. Poster
presentation, 2017 APTA Combined Sections Meeting, San Antonio, TX, February 2017.
102. Bachman EC, Otmane A, Davidson BS, Shelburne KB, Currie SJ, McPoil TG, Mannen EM:
Effectiveness of Foot Orthoses in Controlling the Posture of Medial Longitudinal Arch: a Pilot
Study. Poster Presentation presented at the Orthopaedic Research Society, San Diego, CA, March
2017.
103. Bachman EC, Otmane A, Currie SJ, Shelburne KB, McPoil TG, Davidson BS, Mannen EM: Foot
posture and mobility in normal and pronated feet during gait using high-speed stereo radiography.
Poster presentation at the Annual Meeting of the American College of Sports Medicine, Denver, CO,
June 2017.
104. Reinking MF, Dugan L, Ripple N, Schleper K, Scholtz H, Spadino J, Stahl C, McPoil TG:
Reliability of 2-dimensional video-based running gait analysis. Platform presentation, 2018
APTA Combined Sections Meeting, New Orleans, LA, February 2018.
HONORS AND AWARDS:
Awards for Teaching Excellence:
§ Selected to Irish Education 100, sponsored by the Irish Voice Publication, New York, New York,
December 2013.
§ Recipient of the Teacher of the Year Award for 2000-2001, College of Health Professions, Northern
Arizona University, April 2001.
§ Recipient of the Dorothy E. Baethke & Eleanor J. Carlin Award for Excellence in Academic
Teaching, presented by the American Physical Therapy Assoc., Orlando, FL, 1998
§ Recipient of the Department of Physical Therapy Teacher of the Year Award, presented by the
College of Health Professions, NAU, 1998 & 2000
§ Recipient of the James Gould Excellence in Teaching Orthopaedic Physical Therapy Award,
presented by the Orthopaedic Section, APTA, Dallas, TX, February 1997
§ Recipient of the President’s Faculty Award for teaching excellence, Northern Arizona University,
May 1993.
§ Silver Circle Award for excellence in teaching, University of Illinois at Chicago, June 1988
§ Amoco Foundation Award for teaching excellence, College of Associated Health Professions,
University of Illinois at Chicago, June 1988
§ Excalibur Award for 1987 in recognition of excellence in teaching, presented by students in the
physical therapy program, University of Illinois at Chicago, June 1987
§ Excalibur Award for 1985 in recognition of excellence in teaching, presented by students in the
physical therapy program, University of Illinois at Chicago, June 1985
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Other Honors and Awards:
§ Inducted into the Alpha Sigma Nu Jesuit Honor Society, Regis University Chapter, May 2018.
§ Invited Guest Speaker for the Doctor of Physical Therapy Class of 2014 Convocation Ceremony,
College of Health Professions, Maryville University, St. Louis, MO, December 2014.
§ Recipient of the Stanley Paris 2012 Distinguished Service Award, presented by the Orthopaedic
Section, APTA, Chicago, IL, February 2012.
§ Co-Recipient of the Best-Case Study Award at the 2011 AAOMPT Annual Meeting, Anaheim, CA,
October 2011.
§ University of Texas at El Paso Physical Therapy Program Distinguished Lecturer, Spring 2010.
§ Elected as a Catherine Worthingham Fellow of the American Physical Therapy Association, by the
Board of Directors of the American Physical Therapy Association, April 2007.
§ Recipient, 2006 Athletic Training Education Program Recognition Award, awarded for significant
contributions to the Northern Arizona University Athletic Training Education Program, Department
of Physical Therapy and Athletic Training, May 2006.
§ Co-Recipient of the 2006 William J. Stickel Award for Research in Podiatric Medicine awarded for
the best original research paper published in the Journal of the American Podiatric Medical
Association during 2006.
§ Recipient of a Fulbright Senior Scholar Award, to conduct research and teaching in the
Physiotherapy Program at the University of Queensland, Brisbane Australia, from May 2005 through
September 2005. Award administered by the Australian-American Fulbright Commission, Canberra,
Australia.
§ Invited Guest Speaker, for the graduating Physical Therapy Class of 2005, East Carolina University,
Greenville, NC, May 2005.
§ Co-Recipient of the 2003 Scholl Award for the most outstanding manuscript published in the Journal
of the American Podiatric Medical Association in 2003.
§ Inducted into the Alpha Eta Health Professions Honor Society, Northern Arizona University Chapter,
November 2003
§ Outstanding Faculty Scholar, presented by Northern Arizona University Chapter of Phi Kappa Phi,
February 2000.
§ Certificate of Appreciation, awarded by the American Podiatric Medical Association for recognition
of significant contributions to the membership of the Association, August 1996.
§ Inducted into Phi Kappa Phi Honor Society, Northern Arizona University Chapter, April 1996.
§ Arizona 1994 Outstanding Physical Therapist, Awarded by the Arizona Physical Therapy
Association, May 1994.
§ Presidential Citation, Arizona State Physical Therapy Association, for service as National Delegate,
June 1993.
§ Third Place Award, First Annual Novel Award competition for the best medical/biomechanical
research paper in the area of the foot and ankle; awarded in Vienna, Austria, November 1991.
§ Nominee, Eugene Michael’s Young Investigator Award – APTA, 1990.
§ Unit Commendation for Exemplary Performance of Duty, Department of Health & Human Services,
Public Health Service, October 1981.
§ Josef Hoog Award for Outstanding Scientific Paper, Physical Therapy Section, 15th Joint Meeting of
Commissioned Officers Association and U.S. Public Health Service, 1980.
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CONTINUING EDUCATION COURSES/WORKSHOPS PRESENTED:
International:
1. The Foot: Evaluation and Management, a one-day workshop presented to physicians, podiatrists, and
physiotherapists. Sponsored by the Department of Physiotherapy, The University of Queensland,
Brisbane, Australia, September 2000
2. Evaluation and Management of Foot Disorders, a two-day post-symposium course presented at the
University of Ottawa, Ottawa, Canada; sponsored by Orthopaedic Division of the Canadian
Physiotherapy Association, May 2001.
3. The Foot: Physical Therapy Evaluation and Management of Common Disorders, three two-day
workshops presented in Dublin, Galway, & Cork, Ireland. Sponsored by the Irish Charter Society of
Manipulative Physiotherapists, July 2004
4. Putting Your Best Foot Forward – Everything Changes When the Foot Hits the Ground, a two-day
workshop and evaluation and management of the foot and ankle. Sponsored by the Musculoskeletal
Pain and Injury Research Unit, Division of Physiotherapy, The University of Queensland, Brisbane,
Australia, August 2005.
5. Foot Orthotics: Solving Critical Clinical Decisions, a one-day Post-Conference Workshop sponsored
by Musculoskeletal Physiotherapy Australia, Brisbane, Australia, November 2005.
National:
1. Applied Anatomy and Biomechanics of the Foot Workshop, Physical Therapy Continuing Education
Section of the 14th Joint Meeting of the Clinical Society of USPHS, Phoenix, Arizona, April 1979
2. “Temperature Assessment” and “Biomechanics of the Foot”, Insensitive Foot Seminar, U.S. Public
Health Service Hospital, Carville, Louisiana, November 1979
3. “Biomechanics of the Foot” and “Neutral Position Casting”, workshop for the Louisiana State
University School of Physical Therapy, Carville, Louisiana, December 1979
4. “Biomechanics and Applied Anatomy of the Foot”, Management of the Insensitive Foot Workshop,
U.S. Public Health Service Hospital, Carville, Louisiana, February 1980
5. “Biomechanics and Applied Anatomy of the Foot”, Dogwood Festival-Sports Medicine Conference,
Atlanta, Georgia, April 1980
6. Sports Podiatry for the Physical Therapists, Continuing Education Program, Dept. of Physical
Therapy, University of Wisconsin, LaCrosse, Wisconsin, October 1980
7. Evaluation and Treatment of Lower Extremity Dysfunction, Chicagoland Orthopedic Study Group,
Chicago, Illinois, February 1982
8. “Biomechanical Evaluation and Management of the Foot, Baton Rouge Institute for Sports Therapy,
Baton Rouge, Louisiana, November 1982
9. Management of the Insensitive Foot, Northwestern University, Instructional Program for
Pedorthotists, Chicago, Illinois, June 1982
10. Pre-Instruction Course: New Concepts in Evaluation and Treatment of Foot Disorders, Combined
Sections Meeting, APTA, Nashville, Tennessee, February 1983
11. Foot Orthotic Management, Instructional Program for Orthotists, Northwestern University, Chicago,
Illinois, April 1983
12. Evaluation and Management of Lower Extremity Dysfunction, Chicagoland Orthopedic Study
Group, Chicago, Illinois, June 1983
13. Management of the Insensitive Foot, Instructional Program for Pedorthotists, Northwestern
University, Chicago, Illinois, June 1983
14. Ankle Injuries: A practical workshop on ankle taping and splinting: Continuing Education
Workshop, University of Illinois, Chicago, September 1983
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15. Evaluation and Management of Foot Disorders: presented to the Kentucky Chapter APTA at annual
State Meeting, Louisville, Kentucky, September 1983
16. The Diabetic: Management of the Insensitive Foot, Continuing Education Workshop, University of
Illinois, Chicago, October 1983
17. Lower Extremity Dysfunction: Evaluation and Treatment of the Foot, Presented to the Colorado
Chapter, APTA, in three-day workshop. Denver, Colo. November 1983
18. Biomechanics of the Lower Extremity in Running, Continuing Education Workshop, Melrose Park
Sports Medicine Center, Illinois, December 1983
19. Evaluation of Foot and Ankle Dysfunction, Presented at State Meeting of Louisiana Chapter, APTA,
New Orleans, LA, March 1984
20. Evaluation and Treatment of Foot and Ankle Disorders; a two-day workshop presented at the
Hospital for Joint Disease – Orthopedic Institute, New York, New York, sponsored by the
Department of Physical and Occupational Therapy, March 1985
21. Biomechanics, Evaluation, and Treatment of the Foot and Ankle, a three-day workshop, sponsored
by Chicagoland Orthopedic Study Group, Chicago, Illinois, August 1985
22. Biomechanics, Evaluation, and Treatment of the Foot and Ankle, a three-day workshop presented in
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, sponsored by Keystone Rehabilitation Systems, August 1985
23. Biomechanics, Evaluation and Treatment of the Foot and Ankle, a two-day workshop presented in
Champaign, Illinois, sponsored by Burnham Hospital, April 1986
24. Management of the Insensitive Foot, a one-day workshop presented in Champaign, Illinois,
sponsored by Burnham Hospital, September, 1986
25. Biomechanical Evaluation and Treatment of the Foot, a three-day workshop presented in Denver,
Colorado, sponsored by the Colorado Chapter of the APTA, June 1987
26. Advanced Concepts in Foot Orthoses, a one-day workshop presented in Denver, Colorado, sponsored
by the Colorado Chapter of the APTA, June 1987
27. Evaluation and Treatment of Biomechanical Foot Disorders, a two-day workshop presented in
Lafayette, Indiana; sponsored by Therapractics, Inc., October 1987
28. Joint Mobilization for the Extremities, a three day workshop presented in Milwaukee, Wisconsin;
sponsored by Curative Rehabilitation Center, November 1987
29. Biomechanical Evaluation and Treatment of Foot Injuries in Runners, a three-day workshop
presented in Park Ridge, Illinois; sponsored by Parkside Sports Medicine Center, January 1988
30. Biomechanical Evaluation and Treatment of Foot and Ankle, a three-day workshop presented in
Chicago, Illinois; sponsored by St. James Hospital, May 1988
31. Evaluation and Management of the Diabetic Foot, a one-day workshop presented in Milwaukee,
Wisconsin; sponsored by St. Lukes Hospital, June 1988
32. Influence of the Sacroiliac Joint and the Foot on Low Back Pain, a four-day workshop presented in
Matteson, IL; sponsored by Rausch and Associates; August 1989
33. Biomechanical Evaluation and Treatment of the Foot and Ankle, a three-day workshop presented in
Indianapolis, Indiana; sponsored by Community Hospital of Indianapolis, August 1989
34. Biomechanical Evaluation and Treatment of the Foot and Ankle, a three-day workshop presented in
Newark, NJ; sponsored by the Fitness and Back Institute, Paramus, NJ, March 1990
35. Advanced Concepts in Foot Management, a one-day workshop presented to Indian Health Service
Physical Therapists; sponsored Northern Arizona Area Health Education Center, Flagstaff, AZ, April
1990
36. Evaluation and Management of Mechanical Dysfunction in the Foot, a three-day workshop presented
in Madison, WI; sponsored by Southwest District – Wisconsin Physical Therapy Assoc, May 1990.
37. Evaluation and Management of the Foot and Ankle, a three-day workshop presented in Walnut
Creek, CA: sponsored by Kaiser Permanente Medical Group – Walnut Creek, June 1990
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38. Evaluation and Management of the Foot and Ankle, a three-day workshop presented in Chicago, IL;
sponsored by Mercy Hospital and Medical Center, June 1990
39. Course Coordinator and Speaker, two-day instructional course on “Foot Orthoses: Application to
Diabetic, Pediatric, and Orthopedic/Sports Populations”, sponsored by the APTA and presented at the
1990 APTA National Conference, June 1990
40. Evaluation and Management of the Foot and Ankle, a two-day workshop presented in Bloomington,
IN; sponsored by Rebound Physical Therapy and Sports Medicine Center, July 1990
41. Influence of the Sacroiliac Joint and the Foot on Low Back Pain, a four-day workshop presented in
Chicago, IL; sponsored by Rausch and Associates; August 1990
42. Evaluation and Management of the Foot and Ankle, a two-day workshop presented in New York
City, NY; sponsored by Sport Therapy and Rehabilitation, September 1990
43. Evaluation and Management of the Foot and Ankle, a two-day workshop presented in Phoenix, AZ;
sponsored by Affiliated Physical Therapy, Inc., October 1990
44. Evaluation and Management of the Foot and Ankle, a two-day workshop presented in Orange, New
Jersey; sponsored by Sport Therapy and Rehabilitation, January 1991
45. Evaluation and Management of the Foot and Ankle, a two-day workshop presented in Phoenix, AZ;
sponsored by Baxter Physical Therapy Inc, April 1991
46. Evaluation and Management of the Foot and Ankle, a two-day workshop presented in Chicago, IL;
sponsored by The Rehabilitation Institute of Chicago, May 1991
47. Biomechanical Evaluation and Treatment of the Foot and Ankle, a three-day workshop presented in
Sunrise, Arizona; sponsored by the Arizona State Physical Therapy Association, February, 1992
48. Evaluation and Management of the Foot and Ankle Disorders, a two-day workshop presented in
Denver, CO; sponsored by Therex Physical Therapy, May, 1992
49. Influence of the Foot and Lumbar Spine on Pelvic Asymmetry, a four-day workshop presented in
Chicago, IL; sponsored by Rausch and Associates; August 1992
50. Physical therapy management for common orthopaedic foot disorders, a one-day Post-Conference
Instructional Course, presented at the APTA National Conference, Cincinnati, OH, June 1993
51. Biomechanical Evaluation and Treatment of the Foot and Ankle, a three-day workshop presented in
Fresno, CA: sponsored by the Department of Physical Therapy, Fresno State University, October
1994
52. Physical therapy management for common orthopaedic foot disorders, a three-day Instructional
Workshop presented at the Kentucky Chapter APTA Fall Conference, Lexington, KY, Fall 1994
53. The Foot: Physical Therapy Evaluation and Management, a two-day workshop presented in Denver,
CO: sponsored by THERED and the University of Colorado Physical Therapy Curriculum, January
1995
54. The Foot: Physical Therapy Management of Common Disorders, a two-day workshop presented in
Philadelphia, PA: sponsored by the Continuing Education Network, April, 1995.
55. Physical therapy evaluation and management for common orthopaedic foot disorders, a two-day
Instructional Workshop presented at the Washington Chapter APTA Spring Conference, Yakima,
WA, April 1995
56. The Foot: Physical Therapy Evaluation and Management, a two-day workshop presented in
Pittsburgh, PA: sponsored by University of Pittsburgh Sports Medicine Center, June, 1995
57. Clinical Anatomy Review of the Lower Leg, Ankle, and Foot, a two-day workshop sponsored by the
NAU Physical Therapy Alumni Association, Flagstaff, AZ, August 1995
58. The Foot: Physical Therapy Evaluation and Management, a three-day workshop presented in
Indianapolis, IN: sponsored by the Physical Therapy Department of Community Hospital East of
Indianapolis, August 1995
59. The Foot: Physical Therapy Evaluation and Management, a two-day workshop presented in Medford,
Oregon: sponsored by Rogue Valley Medical Center, November 1995
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60. The Foot: Physical Therapy Evaluation and Management, a three-day workshop presented in
Sacramento, CA: sponsored by the Crowl Physical Therapy Clinic, March 1996
61. The Foot: Physical Therapy Evaluation and Management, a two-day workshop presented in Denver,
CO: sponsored by Physical Therapy Continuing Education, Inc, May 1996
62. The Foot: Physical Therapy Evaluation and Management, a two-day workshop presented in Kansas
City, Kansas: sponsored by Kansas City Orthopaedic Physical Therapy Study Group, June 1996
63. The Foot: Physical Therapy Evaluation and Management, a two-day workshop presented in
Philadelphia, PA: sponsored by Thomas Jefferson University Hospital Physical Therapy
Department, October 1996.
64. The Foot: Physical Therapy Evaluation and Management, a two-day workshop sponsored by the
Alabama State Physical Therapy Chapter, Clearwater, AL, May 1997.
65. The Foot: Physical Therapy Evaluation and Management, a two-day workshop sponsored by the
Central Wisconsin Orthopaedic Study Group, Stevens Point, Wisconsin, August 1997.
66. The Foot: Evaluation and Management of Common Disorders, a two-day workshop sponsored by
Western Baptist Hospital, Paducah, Kentucky, August 1997.
67. The Foot: Physical Therapy Evaluation and Management, a two-day workshop sponsored by the
VBS Physical Therapists, Greenville, SC, October 1997.
68. The Foot: Physical Therapy Evaluation and Management, a two-day workshop sponsored by the
Southwest District of the Texas State Physical Therapy Assoc. Abilene, TX, October 1997.
69. The Foot: Physical Therapy Evaluation and Management, a two-day workshop presented in Denver,
CO: sponsored by Physical Therapy Continuing Education, Inc, March 1998.
70. The Foot: Physical Therapy Evaluation and Management of Common Disorders, a two-day
workshop sponsored by the Western Slope Study Group, Grand Junction, CO, June 1998.
71. The Foot: Physical Therapy Evaluation and Management of Common Disorders, a two-day
workshop sponsored by Methodist Hospital – Clarian Health Group, Indianapolis, IN, August 1998.
72. The Foot: Physical Therapy Evaluation and Management of Common Disorders, a two-day
workshop presented at the Iowa State Physical Therapy Chapter Fall State Meeting, Sioux City, Iowa,
October 1999.
73. Evaluation and Management of the Foot & Ankle, a two-day workshop presented to physicians,
podiatrists, and physical therapists. Sponsored by St. Mary’s Hospital and Prevea Sports Medicine
Center, Green Bay, WI, November 1999.
74. The Use of Footwear and Pre-Fabricated Foot Orthoses in the Treatment of Foot & Ankle Disorders,
a one-day workshop presented in Denver, CO, sponsored by Orthopedic Rehabilitation Seminars,
April, 2000.
75. Current Concepts on the Use of Athletic Footwear and Pre-Fabricated Foot Orthoses, a one-day
advanced track workshop presented in Nashville, TN, sponsored by the National Athletic Trainers
Association, July 2000.
76. The Foot: Physical Therapy Evaluation and Management of Common Disorders, a two-day
workshop co-sponsored by Rehabilitation Services of Piedmont Hospital and CLC Education
Services, Atlanta, Georgia, April 2001.
77. The Foot: Physical Therapy Evaluation and Management of Common Disorders, a two-day
workshop sponsored by the Rehabilitation Department of Sioux Valley Hospitals and Health System,
Sioux Falls, South Dakota, June 2001.
78. The Foot: Physical Therapy Evaluation and Management of Common Disorders, a two-day
workshop sponsored by the Montana State Physical Therapy Chapter, Missoula, MT, September,
2001
79. The Foot: Physical Therapy Evaluation and Management of Common Disorders, a two-day
workshop sponsored by the Minnesota State Physical Therapy Chapter, Minneapolis, MN, March,
2002
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80. The Foot: An Update on Evaluation and Management, a one-day workshop presented to U.S. Army
& Air Force physical therapists. Sponsored by the Department of Physical Therapy, The U.S.
Army/Baylor University Physical Therapy Graduate Program, Fort Sam Houston, TX, September,
2002
81. The Foot: Physical Therapy Evaluation and Management of Common Disorders, a two-day
workshop sponsored by the Illinois State Physical Therapy Chapter, Collinsville, IL, October, 2002
82. The Foot & Ankle: Physical Therapy Management of Common Disorders, a two-day workshop
sponsored by the Center for Sports Medicine and Rehabilitation, Northfield, MN, April, 2003
83. The Foot: Physical Therapy Evaluation and Management of Common Disorders, a two-day
workshop sponsored by the Alice Peck Day Memorial Hospital, Lebanon, NH, July 2003
84. The Foot & Ankle: Physical Therapy Management of Common Disorders, a two-day workshop
sponsored by the Institute for the Advancement of Orthopedic Physical Therapy, Walnut Creek, CA,
November 2003
85. The Foot: Physical Therapy Evaluation and Management of Common Disorders, a two-day
workshop sponsored by the South Dakota State Physical Therapy Chapter, Chamberlain, SD, April
2004
86. The Foot & Ankle: Physical Therapy Management of Common Disorders, a two-day workshop
sponsored by St. Michael’s Hospital Department of Physical Therapy, Stevens Point, WI, June 2004
87. The Foot & Ankle: Physical Therapy Management of Common Disorders, a two-day workshop
sponsored by Fairview Rehabilitation Services, Minneapolis, MN, August 2004
88. The Foot & Ankle: Physical Therapy Management of Common Disorders, a two-day workshop
sponsored by Oregon Physical Therapy Association, Portland, Oregon, October, 2004
89. The Foot: Physical Therapy Evaluation and Management of Common Disorders, a two-day
workshop sponsored by the Louisiana State Physical Therapy Chapter, Lafayette, LA, March, 2005
90. The Foot & Ankle: Physical Therapy Management of Common Disorders, a two-day workshop
sponsored by the Institute for the Advancement of Orthopedic Physical Therapy, Sacramento, CA,
April 2005
91. The Foot: Physical Therapy Evaluation and Management of Common Disorders, a two-day
workshop sponsored by the Western Slope District of the Colorado Chapter of the APTA, Grand
Junction, CO, March, 2006
92. The Foot: Physical Therapy Evaluation and Management of Common Disorders, a two-day
workshop sponsored by Healthsouth Rehabilitation Services, Golden, CO, March, 2006.
93. The Foot: Physical Therapy Evaluation and Management of Common Disorders, a two-day
workshop sponsored by The Ohio State Sports Medicine Center, Columbus, OH, June 2006.
94. The Foot: Examination and Management for the Athlete, a two-day seminar sponsored by the
Arizona Athletic Trainers Association, Flagstaff, AZ, July 2006.
95. The Foot: Physical Therapy Evaluation and Management of Common Disorders, a two-day
workshop sponsored by Vanderbilt University Medical Center Department of Rehabilitation Services,
Nashville, TN, August 2006.
96. An Evidenced Based Approach to the Evaluation and Treatment of the Foot, a one-day workshop
sponsored by the Arcadia University Physical Therapy Alumni Association, Philadelphia, PA, March
2007.
97. The Foot: Physical Therapy Evaluation and Management of Common Disorders, a two-day
workshop sponsored by TherapyPartners Inc, Minneapolis, MN, March 2007.
98. The Foot: Physical Therapy Evaluation and Management of Common Disorders, a two-day
workshop sponsored by Olympic Sports and Spine Rehabilitation, Seattle, WA, May 2007.
99. Conservative Management of Foot Problems: The use of Footwear, Taping, & Orthoses, a one-day
workshop presented at the 13th Annual Symposium of the Hawaii Athletic Trainers Association,
Honolulu, HI, June 2, 2007.
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100. The Foot: Physical Therapy Evaluation and Management of Common Disorders, a two-day
workshop sponsored by STAR Physical Therapy, Nashville, TN, June 2007.
101. The Foot: Physical Therapy Evaluation and Management of Common Disorders, a two-day
workshop sponsored by St. Vincent Hospital Department of Rehabilitation, July 2007.
102. The Foot and Ankle: Understanding Structure to Function using the Best Available Evidence, a
three-day symposium for University of Kentucky Post-Professional Doctor of Physical Therapy
Program, Lexington, KY, July 2007.
103. Conservative Management of Chronic Foot Problems: Applying Current Evidence, a one-day
workshop sponsored by the Institute for the Advancement of Orthopedic Physical Therapy, Oakland,
CA, August 2007.
104. The Foot: Physical Therapy Evaluation and Management of Common Disorders, a two-day
workshop sponsored by the ProAxis Therapy Sports Physical Therapy Residency Program,
Greenville, SC, July 2007.
105. Using Pre-Fabricated Foot Orthoses in Clinical Practice: Current Evidence and Fabrication
Principles. A one-day Combined Sections Meeting Pre-Conference Course, sponsored by the
Orthopaedic Section, APTA, Nashville, TN, February 2008.
106. The Foot: Physical Therapy Evaluation and Management of Common Disorders, a two-day
workshop sponsored by Physiotherapy Associates, Phoenix, AZ, March 2008.
107. Conservative Management of Foot Disorders, a one-day seminar presented at the 38th Annual
Spring Convention of the APTA/Colorado Chapter, Denver, CO, March 2008.
108. The Foot: Physical Therapy Evaluation and Management of Common Disorders, a two-day
workshop sponsored by Impact Physical Therapy, Grants Pass, OR, 2008.
109. Evaluation and Conservative Management of Chronic Foot Disorders sponsored by the California
Physical Therapy Association. Fall Annual Conference, Oakland, CA, September 2008.
110. The Foot: Physical Therapy Evaluation and Management of Common Disorders, a two-day
workshop sponsored by Allina Hospitals & Clinics, Minneapolis, MN, March 2009.
111. Conservative Management of Foot Problems: The use of Footwear, Taping, & Orthoses, a oneday
workshop sponsored by the Department of Physical Therapy, College of Health and Human
Services, Governors State University, University Park, IL, March 2009.
112. Examination and Conservative Management of Chronic Foot Disorders, a two-day workshop
sponsored by the Missouri Physical Therapy Association, Lake Ozark, MO, April 2009
113. The Foot: Physical Therapy Evaluation and Management of Common Disorders, a two-day
workshop sponsored by 360 Physical Therapy, Phoenix, AZ, April 2009.
114. Overuse Foot Disorders: Current Concepts in Biomechanics, Examination, and Selected
Interventions, a two-day Advanced Clinical Practice Course sponsored by the American Physical
Therapy Association, Baltimore, MD, June 2009.
115. The Foot: Physical Therapy Evaluation and Management of Common Disorders, a two-day
workshop sponsored by Howard Head Sports Medicine, Vail, CO, June 2009.
116. The Foot: Physical Therapy Evaluation and Management of Common Disorders, a two-day
workshop sponsored by Western Slope District, Colorado Chapter, APTA, Grand Junction, CO June
2010.
117. The Foot: Physical Therapy Evaluation and Management of Common Disorders, a two-day
workshop sponsored by the Rehabilitation Institute of Chicago, Chicago, IL, June 2010.
118. Overuse Foot Disorders: Current Concepts in Biomechanics, Examination, and Selected
Interventions, a two-day Advanced Clinical Practice Course sponsored by the American Physical
Therapy Association, Portland, OR, July 2010.
119. The Foot and Ankle: Understanding Structure to Function using the Best Available Evidence, a
three-day symposium for University of Kentucky Post-Professional Doctor of Physical Therapy
Program, Lexington, KY, July 2010.
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120. The Foot: Physical Therapy Evaluation and Management of Common Disorders, a two-day
workshop sponsored by Bellin Health Sports Medicine, Green Bay, WI, July 2010.
121. The Foot: Physical Therapy Evaluation and Management of Common Disorders, a two-day
workshop sponsored by the Northern Arizona University Physical Therapy Alumni Association,
Flagstaff, AZ, August 2010.
122. The Foot: Physical Therapy Evaluation and Management of Common Disorders, a two-day
workshop sponsored by Northeast District, California Physical Therapy Association, Roseville, CA,
March 2011.
123. Physical Examination and Selected Interventions for Foot Disorders. Co-Presented with Dr. Paul
Mintken. Two-day workshop sponsored by the Mile High District of the Colorado Chapter, APTA,
March 2011.
124. Overuse Foot Disorders: Current Concepts in Biomechanics, Examination, and Selected
Interventions, a two-day Advanced Clinical Practice Course sponsored by the American Physical
Therapy Association, Somerset, NJ, November 2011.
125. Overuse Foot Disorders: Current Concepts in Biomechanics, Examination, and Selected
Interventions, a two-day Advanced Clinical Practice Course sponsored by the American Physical
Therapy Association, Tampa, FL, June 2012.
126. Overuse Foot Disorders: Current Concepts in Biomechanics, Examination, and Selected
Interventions, a two-day Advanced Clinical Practice Course sponsored by the American Physical
Therapy Association, Cleveland, OH, October 2012.
127. The Foot and Ankle: Understanding Structure to Function using the Best Available Evidence, a
three-day symposium for University of Kentucky Post-Professional Doctor of Physical Therapy
Program, Lexington, KY, June 2013.
128. The Foot: Physical Examination and Selected Interventions. A one-day workshop sponsored by
the A.T. Still Orthopaedic Residency Program. Phoenix, AZ, March 2014.
129. Overuse Foot Disorders: Biomechanics, Examination, and Management. A two-day course
sponsored by Regis University School of Physical Therapy and Vasyli Medical. Denver, CO, April
2014.
130. The use of the Tissue Stress Model to Manage Overuse Foot Disorders. A two-day workshop
hosted by Plymouth Physical Therapy Specialists and sponsored by Vasyli Medical. Plymouth, MI,
August 2014.
131. The use of the Tissue Stress Model to Manage Overuse Foot Disorders. A one-day workshop
hosted by Western Slope District of the CO/APTA and sponsored by Vasyli Medical. Grand
Junction, CO, September 2014.
132. The Foot: Physical Examination and Selected Interventions. A one-day workshop sponsored by
the A.T. Still Orthopaedic Residency Program. Phoenix, AZ, March 2015.
133. The Foot: Physical Examination and Selected Interventions. A one-day workshop sponsored by
the A.T. Still Orthopaedic Residency Program. Phoenix, AZ, March 2016.
GUEST LECTURES/PANELIST PRESENTATIONS:
International:
1. Keynote Lecturer, Annual Meeting of the Australian National Member Society of International
Society of Prosthetics and Orthotics, Manly, NSW, Australia, July 1994. Topics: Current Research
on Foot Orthoses, Current Research on Foot and Ankle Biomechanics, Management of the Diabetic
Unilateral Amputee, and a Review of Systems for the Assessment of Plantar Pressures.
2. Keynote Lecturer: The Annual Meeting of the Canadian Pedorthic Association, St. John’s
Newfoundland, Canada, June 2000. Topics Presented: The Tissue Stress Model: The Basis of the
Foot & Ankle Physical Examination; Athletic Footwear: Design and Function.
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3. Keynote Lecturer: The Pre-Olympic International Congress on Sports Science, Sports Medicine, and
Physical Education, Brisbane, Australia, September 2000. Topic: Athletic Footwear – Design,
Performance, and Selection Issues.
4. Guest Lecturer: The 3rd International Biomechanics Conference sponsored by the Professional Foot
Orthotics Laboratory Association, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada, November, 2000. Topic:
The Use of Plantar Pressure Data for Assessing Foot Orthoses Effectiveness.
5. Keynote Lecturer: The 13th Annual Orthopaedic Symposium of the Orthopaedic Division of the
Canadian Physiotherapy Association, Ottawa, Canada, May 2001. Topic: The tissue stress model – a
basis of the physical examination of the foot and ankle.
6. Guest Lecturer/Panelist: The 10th Triennial World Congress of the International Society of
Prosthetics and Orthotics, Glasgow, Scotland, July 2001. Symposium Topic: The role of corrective
foot orthotics.
7. Keynote Lecturer: The VIII EMED Scientific Meeting, Kananaskis, Canada, August 2002. Topic:
Can plantar pressure data be used to assess the effectiveness of foot orthoses?
8. Co-Chair & Presenter for Invited Session on Pressure Distribution: The IV World Congress of
Biomechanics, Calgary, Canada, August 2002. Topic: Plantar pressure measurements as an outcome
measure for interventions used to treat forefoot & midfoot problems.
9. Keynote Lecturer: International Symposium on Pedorthic Research sponsored by the Canadian
Pedorthic Association, London, Ontario, Canada, March 2004. Topics Presented: The use of static
foot measurements to predict dynamic foot function & Can plantar pressure data be used to assess the
effectiveness of foot orthoses?
10. Keynote Lecturer; Foot Orthotics My Way. Sponsored by the Department of Podiatry, LaTrobe
University, Melbourne, Australia, July 2005
11. Invited Lecturer; Orthotics for the Athlete: A Physiotherapy Approach for What Is Down Under.
Sponsored by Sports Physiotherapy Association of Queensland, Brisbane, Australia, September, 2005
12. Keynote Lecturer; 14th Biennial Conference of Musculoskeletal Physiotherapy Australia, Brisbane,
Queensland, Australia, November 2005. Lecture Topic: Understanding Foot Function: Past Theories
and Current Evidence.
13. Keynote Lecturer; 6th Orthopaedic Rehabilitation Symposium and Conjoint Commissioned Training
Program “Sports in Orthopaedics: From Rehabilitation to Participation.” Sponsored by The Hong
Kong College of Orthopaedic Surgeons and the Hong Kong Hospital Authority. Prince of Wales
Hospital, Hong Kong, February 2010. Lecture Topics: “Assessment of Overuse Lower Leg and Foot
Injuries in the Athlete” and “The Role of Foot Orthoses in the Management of Overuse Conditions in
the Athlete.”
14. Invited Panelist; Podium Discussion Session entitled “Pedography as a Diagnostic Method for
Determining Foot Function: Technical, Methodological, and Other Requirements.” The XII EMED
International Scientific Meeting, Brown University, Providence, RI, August 2010.
15. Keynote Lecturer: Queensland State Podiatry Conference, Brisbane, Queensland, Australia, October
2012. Lecture Topic: “Assessment of Foot Mobility: The Foot Assessment Platform.”
16. Keynote Lecturer: Langer Podiatric Biomechanics 2014 Conference, Manchester, England, June
2014. Lecture Topics: 1) “The clinical assessment of foot mobility”; and 2) “The Treatment
Direction Test – the use of adhesive strapping to determine the efficacy as well as guide the foot
orthoses prescription.”
National:
1. Invited Speaker, 1986 National Conference of the American Physical Therapy Association, Chicago,
Illinois. Topic: Foot Orthoses
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2. Invited Lecturer, 9th Annual Orthopedic Update, Arizona Physical Therapy Association, Topic:
“Functional application of biomechanical instrumentation for the analysis of foot and ankle treatment
techniques”; Scottsdale, Arizona, January 1989
3. Invited Lecturer, 15th Annual Sports Medicine Symposium, Arizona Medical Association, Topic:
“Foot pain and the Shoe”; Phoenix, Arizona January 1989
4. Invited Lecturer, Symposia on the Running Foot, sponsored by Chicagoland Orthopaedic
Rehabilitation Services, Bloomingdale, IL, May 1989
5. Guest Lecturer, Rocky Mountain Athletic Trainers Association Annual Meeting, Denver, CO, March
1990. Topic: Foot Evaluation and Treatment.
6. Invited Lecturer, The Physician and Dance Medicine, sponsored by The College of Osteopathic
Medicine of the Pacific, Phoenix, AZ; October 1990. Topic: Normal and Abnormal Foot
Biomechanics.
7. Invited Lecturer, Annual Meeting of the Private Practice Section, American Physical Therapy Assoc.,
Reno, NV, November, 1990. Topic: Normal and Abnormal Foot Biomechanics.
8. Keynote Presenter, The Pinkey Newell Memorial Lecture, Great Lakes Athletic Trainers Association
Annual Meeting, Chicago, IL, March 1991. Topic: Mechanics of the Foot in Running and the
Relationship to Footwear Design.
9. Guest Lecturer, Review for Advanced Orthopaedic Competencies: Sponsored by the Orthopaedic
Section, APTA, San Diego, CA, August 1991. Topic: The Foot.
10. Guest Lecturer; Combined Meeting of the Louisiana and Mississippi State Chapters, APTA, Biloxi,
MS, October, 1991. Topic: Normal and Abnormal Foot Mechanics and Foot Orthoses Prescription.
11. Guest Lecturer: National Athletic Trainer’s Association 1991 Continuing Education Conference on
the Biomechanics of the Lower Extremity, Denver, CO, February, 1992. Topic: Athletic Footwear
Design and Assessment.
12. Guest Lecturer; Missouri State Chapter, APTA, Spring Meeting, Osage Beach, MO, April 1992.
Topic: Normal and Abnormal Foot Mechanics and Evaluation Procedures.
13. Guest Lecturer; Complete Foot Care Course, sponsored by the American Orthopaedic Foot and Ankle
Society, Hartford, CT, May 1992. Topics: Normal Foot Mechanics; Rehabilitation and Prevention of
Foot & Ankle Injuries.
14. Guest Lecturer; National Athletic Trainers Association 43rd Annual Meeting and Clinical Symposia,
Denver, CO, June 1992. Topic: Running Mechanics: Factors Causing Excessive Stress in the Lower
Extremities
15. Guest Lecturer, Review for Advanced Orthopaedic Competencies. Sponsored by the Orthopaedic
Section, APTA, Baltimore, MD, July 1992. Topic: The Foot
16. Keynote Lecturer, Rush-Presbyterian-St. Luke’s Medical Center, Physical Therapy Month Annual
Lecture, Chicago, IL, November 1992. Topic: Foot Biomechanics and Management Concepts.
17. Guest Lecturer, Review for Advanced Orthopaedic Competencies: Sponsored by the Orthopaedic
Section, APTA, Troy, MI, November 1992. Topic: The Foot
18. Guest Lecturer, 13th Annual Sports Medicine Team Concept Conference: Sponsored by the Sports
Physical Therapy Section, APTA, Newport Beach, CA, December, 1992. Topic: Foot/Ankle
Biomechanics and Evaluation
19. Guest Lecturer, Rehab Updates 1993: Treatment of the Lower Extremity and Shoulder: Sponsored by
the National Knee Research and Education Foundation, McAllen, VA, January 1993. Topic:
Foot/Ankle Evaluation and Foot Orthoses
20. Guest Lecturer; Complete Foot Care Course, sponsored by the American Orthopaedic Foot and/
Ankle Society, Atlanta, GA, April 1993. Topics: Normal Foot Mechanics; Rehabilitation of Foot &
Ankle Injuries, Evaluation of chronic foot and ankle conditions.
21. Guest Lecturer, Review for Advanced Orthopaedic Competencies: Sponsored by the Orthopaedic
Section, APTA, Seattle, WA, July 1993. Topic: The Foot
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22. Guest Lecturer, Veterans Administration Section, APTA, Combined Sections Meeting, New Orleans,
LA, February 1994. Topics: Foot and Ankle Anatomy, Mechanics of the Foot and Ankle during
Gait, and The Clinical Assessment of Plantar Pressures.
23. Guest Lecturer, Graduate Seminar on Physical Therapy Management of Foot and Ankle Disorders,
Sponsored by Louisiana State University School of Physical Therapy, New Orleans, LA, February
1994. Topics: Foot and Ankle Anatomy; Mechanics of the Foot and Ankle; Foot Orthoses, Theory
and Functions; and Clinical Fabrication of Foot Orthoses.
24. Guest Lecturer; Complete Foot Care Course, sponsored by the American Orthopaedic Foot and Ankle
Society, Houston, TX, March 1994. Topics: Normal Foot Mechanics; Rehabilitation and Prevention
of Foot & Ankle Injuries, Athletic Footwear.
25. Guest Lecturer, 1994 AzPTA Orthopaedic Update, sponsored by the Arizona Physical Therapy
Association Phoenix, AZ, April 1994. Topic: Physical therapy management for common orthopaedic
foot disorders.
26. Guest Lecturer, Instructional Course on Lower Limb Orthotics, sponsored by the Australian National
Member Society of International Society of Prosthetics and Orthotics, Manly, NSW, Australia, July
1994. Topics: Foot Biomechanics, Foot Orthoses Design and Prescription.
27. Guest Lecturer, Review for Advanced Orthopaedic Competencies: Sponsored by the Orthopaedic
Section, APTA, Albuquerque, NM, July 1995. Topic: The Foot & Ankle
28. Guest Lecturer, Department of Physical Therapy Seminar Series – 1995-1996, Finch
University/Chicago Medical School, North Chicago, IL, October, 1995. Topic: Physical Therapy
Evaluation of the Foot and Ankle: Present Problems and Possible Solutions.
29. Guest Lecturer; Fourth Annual Mid-American Sports Medicine Symposium 1996, sponsored by The
Institute for Preventative Sports Medicine, Dearborn, MI, March 1996. Topic: Footwear Selection for
Athletes.
30. Guest Lecturer; 84th Annual Meeting of the American Podiatric Medical Association, Orlando,
Florida, August 1996. Topic: In-shoe Plantar Pressure Measurement Systems.
31. Guest Lecturer in Sports Medicine; Gundersen Medical Foundation, LaCrosse Wisconsin, September
1996. Topics: Athletic Footwear, Current Research on Foot and Ankle Function During Walking.
32. Guest Lecturer; 38th Annual Symposium & Exposition of the Pedorthic Footwear Association, San
Antonio, Texas, November 1996. Topics: Overview of Gait; Computerized Gait Analysis.
33. Guest Lecturer; 1997 Annual Meeting of the Arizona Athletic Trainers Association, Phoenix, AZ,
February 1997. Topics: Physical Examination of the Foot & Ankle, Athletic Footwear, Design, &
Prescription of Foot Orthoses.
34. Guest Lecturer; 1997 CSM Pre-Conference Course “Foot Orthoses, The Scientific Basis and Clinical
Concepts.” Sponsored by the Orthopaedic Section, APTA, Dallas, TX, February 1997. Topics:
Functional Anatomy of the Foot & Ankle, Design & Prescription of Foot Orthoses.
35. Guest Lecturer, Evaluation and Management of Foot Dysfunction, Sponsored by the United States
Public Health Service, Phoenix, AZ, March 1997. Topics: Functional Anatomy of the Foot & Ankle,
Understanding Foot Function During Walking, and Design & Prescription of Foot Orthoses.
36. Guest Lecturer, Department of Physical Therapy Research Seminar Series for 1996-1997, Programs
in Physical Therapy, Northwestern University Medical School, Chicago, IL, May, 1997. Topic:
Understanding Foot Function During Walking: Implications for Foot Orthoses and Shoe Design.
37. Guest Lecturer/Panelist: Annual Meeting of the American Academy of Podiatric Sports Medicine.
Sponsored by American Academy of Podiatric Sports Medicine and the Northwest Podiatric
Foundation, Seattle, WA, September 1997. Topics: Physical Examination of the Foot & Ankle and
Foot & Ankle Biomechanics During Walking.
38. Guest Lecturer; Sixth Annual Mid-American Sports Medicine Symposium 1998, sponsored by The
Institute for Preventative Sports Medicine, Dearborn, MI, March 1998. Topic: Design and
Effectiveness of Foot Orthoses.
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39. Guest Lecturer, Third Annual National Sports Medicine Conference, sponsored by The Joyner
Sportsmedicine Institute, Hilton Head SC, October 1998. Topic: Anatomy of the Foot & Ankle, Case
Study Presentation.
40. Guest Lecturer, Foot & Ankle Dysfunction: A Case Study Approach, sponsored by the Orthopaedic
Section, APTA and the Rehabilitation Division of the National Institutes of Health, Besthesda, MD,
November 1998. Topics: Functional Anatomy of the Foot & Ankle, Footwear, and Foot Orthoses.
41. Guest Lecturer, 1998 John C. Lincoln Sports Medicine Symposium, sponsored by the John C.
Lincoln Sports Medicine Institute, Phoenix, AZ, November, 1998. Topic: Athletic Footwear: Design
and Selection.
42. Guest Lecturer, Foot & Ankle Dysfunction: Evaluation and Management of Diabetic, Arthritic, and
Orthopaedic Disorders. A Pre-CSM Conference Course sponsored by the Orthopaedic Section,
APTA, New Orleans, LA, February 2000. Topics: Functional Anatomy of the Foot & Ankle, The
Tissue Stress Model: A New Paradigm for Evaluation, and Foot Orthoses.
43. Invited Panelist: The 6th Annual John H. Weed Advanced Biomechanics Seminar, sponsored by the
John H. Weed Foundation, Palm Springs, CA, March 2000. Topic: Controversies and Challenges to
Current Concepts of Clinical Biomechanics.
44. Guest Lecturer/Panelist: The Annual Academy Meeting and Scientific Symposium of the American
Academy of Orthotists and Prosthetists, San Diego, CA, March 2000. Topic: Biomechanics and
Clinical Principles of Foot Orthoses: Science or Fallacy?
45. Guest Lecturer, University of Pittsburgh Department of Physical Therapy Millennium Conference
Series III, Pittsburgh, PA, April, 2002. Topic: An evidenced-based literature update on the foot and
ankle.
46. Guest Lecturer; 2003 CSM Pre-Conference Course “Foot Orthotic Management of Common Foot
Conditions.” Sponsored by the Orthopaedic Section, APTA, Tampa, FL, February 2003. Topics:
Functional Anatomy and Biomechanics of Plantar Fascia, Metatarsalgia, & Posterior Tibial
Tendinitis.
47. Co-Presenter; 2003 APTA Annual Conference Invited Educational Session entitled “The Foot and
Ankle: Current Concepts in Mechanics, Examination, and Orthotic Intervention.” Washington, DC,
June, 2003.
48. Guest Lecturer: Orthopedic Update 2004 sponsored by the Arizona Physical Therapy Association,
Phoenix, AZ, January 2004. Topic: Anterior Cruciate Ligament: Anatomy and Biomechanics.
49. Invited Lecturer; 2004 APTA Annual Conference – Concentrated Education Series: Examination and
Management of the Lower Quarter – Presentation Topic: The Foot & Ankle: Examination &
Intervention Strategies. Chicago, IL, June, 2004.
50. Invited Lecturer; 2005 Combined Sections Meeting – Foot and Ankle Special Interest Group, New
Orleans, LA, February 2005. Topic: Athletic Footwear
51. Invited Panelist; Gait Adaptations Related to Pathology and Injury Throughout the Lifespan. 53rd
Annual Meeting of the American College of Sports Medicine, Denver, CO, June 2006. Lecture
Topic: Sports-related Lower Extremity Injuries: Structural and Biomechanical Considerations.
52. Invited Panelist; Use of the International Classification of Functioning to Develop Evidence-Based
Guidelines for Common Musculoskeletal Conditions. 2007 APTA Combined Sections Meeting,
Boston, MA. Topic: Guidelines for Plantar Fasciitis.
53. Co-Presenter; 2007 APTA Annual Conference and Exposition Invited Educational Session entitled
“The Foot and Ankle: Current Concepts in Mechanics and Management, including Orthotic
Intervention.” Denver, CO, June 2007.
54. Co-Presenter; 2009 APTA Annual Conference and Exposition Invited Educational Session entitled
“Heel Pain – Plantar Fasciitis: Clinical Practice Guidelines Linked to the International Classification
of Functioning, Disability, and Health from the Orthopaedic Section of APTA.” Baltimore, MD,
June 2009.
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55. Invited Lecturer: title of presentation – “Considerations for choosing athletic footwear.” Sponsored
by the University of Denver Sports Medicine Department and Sports Med Education. Denver, CO,
October 2011.
56. Co-Presenter; 2011 APTA/Colorado Chapter 21st Annual Symposium. Session title: “When should
manual therapy and foot orthotics be added to the physical therapy plan of care?” Presented with Dr.
Paul Mintken, Arvada, CO, November 2011.
57. Invited Lecturer; 2012 APTA Annual Conference – Concentrated Education Series: Lower-Quarter
Biomechanics – Presentation Topics: Functional Biomechanics and Physical Examination of the Foot
& Ankle; Selected Interventions for the Management of Foot and Ankle Conditions; and
Management of Individuals with Complex Lower Extremity Disorders. Tampa, FL, June 2012.
58. Co-Presenter; 2013 APTA Combined Sections Meeting. Session title: “When should manual therapy
and foot orthotics be added to the physical therapy plan of care?” Presented with Dr. Paul Mintken,
San Diego, CA, January 2013.
59. Co-Presenter; 2013 APTA Combined Sections Meeting. Session title: Global Opportunities in
Physical Therapy Education: The Fulbright Experience. San Diego, CA, January 2013.
60. Invited Lecturer: American Medical Society for Sports Medicine Annual Meeting. Session Title:
Current Concepts in Foot and Ankle Rehabilitation. San Diego, CA, April 2013.
61. Co-Presenter; 2015 APTA Combined Sections Meeting. Session title: Foot Orthotics: Using
adhesive strapping to determine efficacy and prescription. Presented with Dr. Mark Cornwall,
Indianapolis, IN, February 2015.
62. Invited Lecturer: Grand Rounds presentation for Northwester University Department of Physical
Therapy and Human Movement Sciences. Lecture title: Patellofemoral Pain Syndrome: The
Influence of Foot Mobility and Use of Foot Orthoses as an Intervention. Chicago, IL, July 2015.
63. Invited Lecturer: 16th Annual Mike Hage Musculoskeletal Team Building Course sponsored by the
Rehabilitation Institute of Chicago. Lecture Topic: Physical Examination and Management of
Chronic Foot Disorders. Chicago, IL, April 2016.
64. Invited Lecturer: 2nd Annual MARC Symposium sponsored by the Motion Analysis Research Center
at Samuel Merritt University. Lecture Topics: The Treatment Direction Test – The use of adhesive
strapping to determine efficacy as well as guide the foot orthoses prescription; The Longitudinal Arch
Angle: A reliable clinical measurement to classify static and dynamic foot posture. Oakland, CA,
November 2016.
65. Invited Lecturer: Borden-Taber Lecture Series 2017 sponsored by the Northern Arizona University
Physical Therapy Alumni Association. Lecture Topic: Overuse Foot Disorders – Biomechanics,
Examination, & Selected Interventions. Phoenix, AZ, March 2017.
66. Co-Presenter: 2017 Rocky Mountain Fall Conference sponsored by the Colorado Physical Therapy
Association. Presentation Topic: Acute and Chronic Injuries to the Foot and Ankle – Practical
Mechanics, Examination, and Management. Keystone, CO, October 2017.
CONSULTATIVE AND ADVISORY POSITIONS:
§ Consultant to Foot Orthoses Clinic, Denver Health Physical Therapy Services, Denver, Colorado,
2017 to present.
§ Consultant for Lower Extremity Injuries, Louisiana State University Department of Intercollegiate
Athletics, 1979-1981.
§ Consultant to Hansen’s Disease and Insensitive Foot Clinics, Department of Dermatology, University
of Illinois at Chicago, 1984-1988.
§ Consultant for Lower Extremity Injuries, Athletic Training/Sports Medicine Division, Department of
Athletics, Northern Arizona University, Flagstaff, AZ, 1989 to present.
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§ Member, Advisory Board, Program in Physical Therapy, University of Texas at El Paso, 2011 to
2012.
MEMBERSHIP ON MASTER/DOCTORAL DEGREE COMMITTEES:
§ Member, Masters Committee, Wirth, MT. Topic: “Electromyography Study During Activity in
Cerebral Palsy Children. Department of Occupational Therapy, University of Illinois, 1987.
§ Chair, Masters Committee, Hopson, MM. Topic: “Motion of the First Metatarsophalangeal Joint:
Reliability and Validity of Measurement Techniques”. Department of Physical Therapy, Northern
Arizona University, May 1992.
§ Chair, Masters Committee, Sawert MK. Topic: “The Validation of Two-Dimensional Measurement
of Tibial Rotation Using Three-Dimensional Movement Analysis Techniques”. Department of
Physical Therapy, Northern Arizona University, May 1995.
§ Member, Masters Committee, Ganley, K. Topic: Effects of Supramalleolar Orthoses on Stance in
Children with Down Syndrome; May 1996.
§ Member, Masters Committee, Youberg LD. Topic: Passive and Dynamic Motion of the Subtalar
Joint. Department of Physical Therapy, Northern Arizona University, May 2000.
§ External Advisor, Post-Professional Doctor of Physical Therapy Research Project, Hunt, G. Topic:
The effect of two types of foot orthoses on controlling lower leg internal rotation. Department of
Physical Therapy, Creighton University, Fall 2001.
§ External Reviewer of Doctoral Thesis for Candidate A. Hunt, University of Sydney – Cumberland,
Australia, February 2002. Topic: Mechanics and control of the foot during walking.
§ External Reviewer of Doctoral Thesis for Candidate A. C. Duffin, University of Western Sydney,
Australia, June 2002. Topic: Structural and functional changes in the feet of young people with type
1 diabetes mellitus.
§ External Reviewer of Doctoral Thesis for Candidate Matthew A. Nurse, University of Calgary,
Canada, January, 2003. Topic: Effects of cutaneous afferent feedback from the feet on Human Gait
Patterns.
§ Adjunct Faculty Member, Doctoral Committee for K. Knapp, Union Institute & University, July,
2003. Topic: Vehicular injury and effect on extremity anatomy.
§ Chair, Doctoral Committee for Michael Stratton, Rocky Mountain University of Health Sciences,
December 2007. Topic: Use of electrical stimulation for the management of plantar fasciitis.
§ Member, Doctoral Committee for Natalie Jean Collins, University of Queensland, Division of
Physiotherapy, Brisbane, Australia, April 2009. Topic of dissertation: Foot Orthoses for Anterior
Knee Pain.
§ External Examiner of Doctoral Thesis for Candidate Cheung Tsz Hei, Hong Kong Polytechnic
University, Hong Kong, February 2010. Topic: Investigation of running shoe design on the foot
kinematics, kinetics, and muscle recruitment pattern in people with overpronation.
§ Member, Doctoral Committee for Mark Matthews, University of Queensland, Division of
Physiotherapy, Brisbane, Australia, IN PROGRESS. Topic of dissertation: Foot Orthoses vs. Hip
Strengthening in the Management of Anterior Knee Pain.
SERVICE TO UNIVERSITY/COLLEGE/SCHOOL ON COMMITTEES/COUNCILS/
COMMISSIONS:
Department, College, & School Committees:
§ Member, College of Health Professions, Committee on Promotion and Tenure, 1993-1994.
§ Member, College of Health Professions Budget Review Committee, Northern Arizona University,
1992-1993.
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§ Member, Professional Conduct Committee, College of Health Professions, Northern Arizona
University, 1992.
§ Member, Maximizing College Resources Committee, College of Health Professions, Northern
Arizona University, 1992.
§ Member, Department of Physical Therapy, Promotion and Tenure Committee, College of Health
Professions, Northern Arizona University, 1990-1992.
§ Committee Member, Research Committee, College of Health Professions, Northern Arizona
University, 1989-1992.
§ Committee Member, Ad Hoc Committee on Grade Appeals, College of Health Professions, Northern
Arizona University, 1990.
§ Chair, Committee on Promotion and Tenure, Department of Physical Therapy, College of Health
Professions, Northern Arizona University, 1993-1994, 1998-1999, 1999-2000, 2001-2002, 2004-
2005
§ Committee member, Curriculum Committee, College of Health Professions, Northern Arizona
University, 1994-1996.
§ Committee member, HCOP Award Committee, College of Health Professions, Northern Arizona
University, 1995.
§ Chair, Committee on Faculty Service, Department of Physical Therapy, College of Health
Professions, Northern Arizona University, 1997-1998, 1998-1999, 1999-2000, 2001-2002, 2004-
2005
§ Member, College of Health Professions Promotion and Tenure Committee, Northern Arizona
University, 1997-1998.
§ Chair, Athletic Training Curriculum Task Force, College of Health Professions, Northern Arizona
University, 1998-1999
§ Member, Committee on Faculty Service, Department of Physical Therapy, Northern Arizona
University, 1997-1999
§ Chair, Committee on Faculty Service, Department of Physical Therapy, Northern Arizona University,
1999-2000, 2001-2002
§ Chair, College Promotion and Tenure Committee, College of Health Professions, Northern Arizona
University, 1998-1999, 1999-2000, 2001-2002, 2004-2005
§ Member, Convocation Committee, College of Health Professions, Northern Arizona University,
1999-2000
§ Member, Committee on Faculty Service, Department of Nursing, Northern Arizona University, Fall
2001 and 2002
§ Member, Athletic Training Faculty Search Committee, College of Health Professions, Northern
Arizona University, Spring 2002
§ Member, School of Nursing Executive Director Search Committee, School of Health Professions,
2005-2006
§ Member, W.A. Franke Professorship Selection Committee, W.A. Franke School of Business,
Northern Arizona University, 2007-2008
§ Member, Faculty Search Committee, School of Physical Therapy, Rueckert-Hartman College of
Health Professions, Regis University, 2011 to 2012.
§ Chair, Faculty Planning Meeting, School of Physical Therapy, Rueckert-Hartman College of Health
Professions, Regis University, 2012-2014.
§ Chair, Faculty Search Committee, School of Physical Therapy, Rueckert-Hartman College of Health
Professions, Regis University, 2015-2016.
University Committees:
§ Member, Graduate Council, Northern Arizona University, 1991 to 1994.
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§ Committee member, Graduate Council Subcommittee on Dissertation Issues, Northern Arizona
University, 1993-1994.
§ Committee member, University Review Committee for Applied Research and Service Grants,
Northern Arizona University, 1994-1995.
§ Committee member, Clearing House Committee, Northern Arizona University, 1995-1996.
§ Chair, Academic Freedom and Tenure Committee, Northern Arizona University, 1995-1996.
§ Member, Residence Life Advisory Council, Institutional Advisory Committee, Northern Arizona
University, 1997-1998.
§ Member, University Benefits Advisory Committee, Northern Arizona University, 1997-2000 and
2001.
§ Marshall, University Commencement, Northern Arizona University: Fall 1997 ceremony, Fall 1998
ceremony, Fall 1999 ceremony.
§ Member, Parking Citations Appeal Board, Institutional Advisory Committee, Northern Arizona
University, 1997-1999
§ NAU Representative, Presidential Search Committee, Coconino Community College, Flagstaff, 1998
§ Member, Applied Research or Service Project Review Committee, Northern Arizona University,
1999
§ Member, Organized Research and Applied Research Task Group, Northern Arizona University,
April/May, 2000
§ Member, Vice Provost for Research and Graduate Studies Search Committee, Northern Arizona
University, Fall Semester 2000
§ Chair, Director of Grants and Contracts Search Committee, Northern Arizona University, Spring
Semester 2001
§ Chair, University Graduate Committee, Northern Arizona University, 2000-2001
§ Chair, University Intramural Grants Program, Northern Arizona University, 2000-2001
§ Ex-officio member, Intellectual Property Committee, Northern Arizona University, Spring 2001
§ Member, Fronske Student Health Center Advisory Committee, Northern Arizona University, 2001 to
2008.
§ Member, Applied Research Building Advisory Committee, Office of the Vice-Provost for Research,
Northern Arizona University, Spring, 2002
§ Member, University Research In-direct Cost Task Force, Office of the Vice-Provost for Research,
Northern Arizona University, 2002-2003
§ Member, Executive Committee, U54 Cancer Partnership Grant, Office of the Vice-Provost for
Research, Northern Arizona University, 2002-2003
§ Member, University Strategic Planning Council, Office of the President, Northern Arizona
University, 2002-2004
§ Member, Blue Ribbon Task Force on Academic Restructuring, Office of the President, Northern
Arizona University, 2003-2004
§ Member, Graduate Education and Research Task Force, Office of the President, Northern Arizona
University, 2004-2005
§ Member, Institutional Review Board for the Protection of Human Subjects, Northern Arizona
University, 2006 to 2007
§ Member, Vice President for Research Search Committee, Northern Arizona University, Spring
Semester, 2007
§ Member, College of Health and Human Services Dean Search Committee, Northern Arizona
University, Summer and Fall Semesters, 2007
§ Chair, Regents Professor Screening Committee, Office of the Provost, Northern Arizona University,
2007 – 2008
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§ Member, President’s Distinguished Teaching Fellow Screening Committee, Office of the President,
Northern Arizona University, 2009 – 2010
§ Member, Program Review Committee for the Department of Physics and Astronomy, Office of the
Provost, Northern Arizona University, Spring Semester 2010
§ Member, Academic Council, Rueckert-Hartman College of Health Professions, Regis University,
2010 to 2013.
§ Member, Committee on Rank, Rueckert-Hartman College of Health Professions, Regis University,
2013 to 2014; 2015 to 2017.
§ Member, University Budget Committee, Regis University, 2017-2018.

Dra. Madelin Ramil

D.P.M. Plantation General Hospital, Florida USA.

Dr. Russell G. Volpe

DPM. Prof. Pediatrics and Orthopedics. New York College of Podiatric Medicine. New York. USA.

GRADUATE EDUCATION
New York College of Podiatric Medicine
D.P.M., cum laude, 1983

POST-GRADUATE EDUCATION
Resident, Orthopedics
New York College of Podiatric Medicine and Affiliated Institutions, 1983-1984
Fellow, Pediatrics and Orthopedics
New York College of Podiatric Medicine and Affiliated Institutions, 1984-1985
Curriculum Vitae – Russell G. Volpe, DPM

LICENSURE AND CERTIFICATION
License to practice Podiatric Medicine – State of New York, 1983, license #3619
License to practice Podiatric Medicine – State of Connecticut, 1984, P00389
Diplomate, American Board of Podiatric Orthopedics, 1988
Fellow, American College of Foot and Ankle Orthopedics and Primary Podiatric Medicine, 1988
Fellow, American College of Foot and Ankle Pediatrics, 1995

HONORS
National Academy of Practice, Distinguished Practitioner for Podiatry, elected 2000.

FACULTY APPOINTMENTS
Assistant Professor, Department of Orthopedics, New York College of Podiatric Medicine, 1985-1988
Associate Professor, Department of Orthopedics, New York College of Podiatric Medicine, 1988-1997
Instructor, School of Physical Therapy, New York University, 1991-1999
Associate Professor, Department of Pediatrics, New York College of Podiatric Medicine, 1993-1997
Professor, Department of Pediatrics & Orthopedics, New York College
of Podiatric Medicine, present, 1997
Adjunct Associate Professor, Department of Applied Biomechanics, California School of Podiatric Medicine at Samuel Merritt College, present, 2005

HOSPITAL APPOINTMENTS
Attending Podiatrist, Department of Podiatry/Surgery, Mid-Island Hospital, Bethpage, New York, 1990 – 1991
Attending Podiatrist, Department of Podiatry/Surgery, Metropolitan Hospital, New York, New York, 1995 – present
Attending Podiatrist, Department of Surgery/Podiatry, Nassau County
Medical Center, 1996 – 1998

ADMINISTRATIVE AND CLINICAL APPOINTMENTS
Chairman, Department of Orthopedics and Pediatrics, New York College of Podiatric Medicine/Foot Clinics of New York, July, 2006- Jan, 2007
Chairman, Department of Pediatrics, New York College of Podiatric Medicine, Foot Clinics of New York, 1993 – 2006
Medical Director, East Coast facility, The Langer Biomechanics Group, present, 1992-2002
Consultant, Department of Podiatry, VA Medical Center at Northport, NY, 1993-1999
Director of Pediatrics, Division of Orthopedics, New York College of Podiatric Medicine, 1992-1993
Director of Clinical Research Operations, Foot Clinics of New York, 1992-1993
President, Medical Staff, Foot Clinics of New York, New York, New York 1992-1994
Vice-President, Medical Staff, Foot Clinics of New York, 1991-1992
Consultant, Department of Rehabilitative Medicine, the New York Foundling Hospital, New York, New York, 1988-1992
Consultant, Department of Physical Therapy, The Stanley Lamm Institute for Neuromuscular Disorders, Long Island College Hospital, Brooklyn, New York 1987-1988
Podiatrist, Urban Health Center, Bronx, New York 1984-1988

COMMITTEE APPOINTMENTS
New York College of Podiatric Medicine
Academic Planning and Policies, member1991-present, Chair 2008-2012
Committee on Performance and Promotions – 2008 – present, Chair since 2012
Admissions, member1993-present, Chair 1999 – 2006
Curriculum, 1993-present
Institutional Research, 1992-2004
Foot Clinics of New York:
Chairman, Utilization Review, 1990-2000

EDITORIAL
Editorial Advisory Board Member, Podiatry Today Magazine, present, August, 2002
Manuscript reviewer for Pediatrics, Journal of the American Podiatric Medical Association, present, 2000

MEMBERSHIPS
American Podiatric Medical Association/New York State Podiatric Medical Association
American College of Foot and Ankle Orthopedic Medicine
American College of Foot and Ankle Pediatrics

PUBLICATIONS:
Texts
Introduction to Podopediatrics, 2nd Edition, Thomson, Volpe, Eds, Churchill Livingstone, 2001
Chapters
Pediatric Gait” in Introduction to Podopediatrics, 2nd Edition, Thomson, Volpe, Eds, Churchill Livingstone, 2001

“Ankle Foot Orthoses Following Surgery” in Pediatric Foot and Ankle Surgery, Jay, ed., Saunders, 1999
Volpe, R.G., Wernick, J. W. “Normal Function of the Foot and Leg in Gait” (Chapter 1), Clinical Biomechanics of the Lower Extremity, Valmassay, ed., Mosby, 1995

Articles
Volpe, RG, Commentary on “Non-surgical Management of a Pediatric “Intoed” Gait Pattern – A Systematic Review of the Current Best Evidence”, Foot and Ankle Quarterly, Pediatrics Issue, Harris, E, guest editor, Vol 6, Number 1, Spring 2015
Volpe, RG, “Keys to Managing Common Pediatric Foot Fractures”, Podiatry Today, Volume 27, Issue 6, June, 2014
Volpe, RG, “Pediatric Flatfoot: When do you treat it?” Podiatry Today, Volume 25, Issue 1, January, 2012
Volpe, RG, Rodriquez N, “Clinical Diagnosis and Assessment of the Pediatric Pes Planovalgus Deformity” Clinics in Podiatric Medicine and Surgery, Volume 27, Issue 1. Pages 43-58, January, 2010
Volpe, RG, “Calcaneal Apophysitis”, Podiatry Today, Volume 22, Issue 12, November, 2009
Volpe, RG, “How to Address Spastic Gait in Children”, Podiatry Today, Volume 21, Issue 10, October, 2008
Volpe, RG, Jay RM “Managing Metatarsus Adductus: Should You Treat It?” Podiatry Today, Volume 21, Issue 4, April, 2008
Volpe, RG, contributor, “Current Insights on Custom and Prefabricated Foot Orthoses”, Podiatry Today, Volume 20, Issue 12, December, 2007
Volpe, RG, “Contributor to Round Table on Podopediatrics”, Podiatry Management, 26:7, September 2007
Volpe, RG, reply to letter to the editor from Karl B. Landorf, PhD on, “Are Orthoses Effective against Plantar Fasciitis in the Long Run?” Podiatry Today, Volume 19, Number 12, December, 2006
Volpe, RG, contributor, “Are Orthoses Effective Against Plantar Fasciitis in the Long Run?”, Podiatry Today, Volume 19, Number 9, September 2006
Volpe, RG, contributor, “A Closer Look at Orthotic Technologies and Modifications”, Podiatry Today, Volume 18, Number 10, October, 2005
Volpe, RG, “Athletic Footwear for Children”, Podiatry Today, Volume 18, Number 8, August, 2005
Volpe, RG, contributor, “A Closer Look at Orthotics for Pediatric Conditions”, Podiatry Today, Volume 18, Number 4, April, 2005
Volpe, RG, contributor, “Can a New Orthotic Provide Better Stability for Patients”, Podiatry Today, Volume 18, Number 4, February, 2005
Volpe, RG, contributor, “Expert Insights on Prescribing Pediatric Orthoses”, Podiatry Today, Volume 18, Issue 2, February, 2005
Volpe, RG, contributor expert, “Unveiling the Top Ten Innovations in Podiatry”, Podiatry Today, Volume 17, Issue 8, August 2004
Volpe, R.G., “Assessment of Gait in the Child with Rotational and Angular Disorders”, Podiatric Pearls, Helpful Hints for the Podiatrist, Volume 2: Spilken, T., editor, 2004
Volpe, RG, “Key Insights on Diagnosing Heel Pain in Kids”, Podiatry Today, Volume 17, Issue 3, March, 2004
Volpe, R.G., “Using Gait Plates More Effectively in Children with In-Toe Gait”, Podiatric Pearls, Helpful Hints for the Podiatrist, Volume 1; Spilken, T., editor, 2003
Volpe, RG, “A Comprehensive Review of Pediatric Orthoses”, Podiatry Today, Volume 15, Issue 10, October, 2002
Volpe, RG, contributor, “Taking a Closer Look at Rearfoot Posting”, Podiatry Today, Volume 15, Issue 6, June, 2002
Volpe, RG, contributor, “The Ponseti Method: A Viable Alternative for Infant Clubfoot?” Volume 15, Issue 5, May, 2002
Volpe, RG, “Contributor to Round Table on Podopediatrics”, Podiatry Management, 18:3, March, 1999

Volpe, R.G., Guest Editor, Journal of the American Podiatric Medical
Association, Special Topics in Pediatrics Issue 88: 159-19.7, 1998 and
88:205-235, 1998
Volpe, R.G., “Introduction to Special Topics in Pediatrics”, Journal of
the American Podiatric Medical Association, 88: 159, 205, 1998
Lang, L.M.G., Volpe, R.G., “Measurement of Tibial Torsion”, Journal of
the American Podiatric Medical Association 88: 160, 1998
Resseque, B., Volpe, R.G., “An Unusual Case – Progressive Subtalar Joint
Dislocation and Limb-Length Inequality”, Journal of American Podiatric Medical Association, 88: 176, 1998
Connors, J.F., Wernick, E., Lowy, L.J., Falcone, J., Volpe R.G.,
“Guidelines for Evaluation and Management of Five Common Podopediatric Conditions”, Journal of the American Podiatric Medical Association, 88: 206, 1998
Lang, L.M.G., Volpe, R.G., Wernick, J: “Static Biomechanical evaluation of the foot and lower limb: The Podiatrist’s Perspective:
Manual Therapy 2:52-58, 1997
Volpe, R.G., “Visual Assessment of Pediatric Rotational and Angular
Gait”, Biomechanics, 4:3, 1997
Volpe, R.G., “Evaluation and Management of In-Toe Gait in the Neurologicaly Intact Child”, Clinics in Podiatric Medicine and Surgery, 14:1, 1997
Volpe, R.G., “Pediatric Gait: An Overview”, Biomechanics, 3:6, 1996
Volpe, R. G., Clark, N.E., Mazzata, J, et al, The Lower Extremity Manifestations of Prader-Willi Syndrome, Journal of Foot Surgery 34:223, 1995
Volpe, R.G., Podiatric Orthopedics, Podiatry Management, 12:39, 1993
Volpe, R.G., Gait Disorders in Neuromuscular Disease, Clinics in Podiatric Medicine and Surgery – Applied Biomechanics, 5:627, 1988
Volpe, R. G., Port, M., Kaposi’s sarcoma, Journal of Dermatology and Allergy for the Practicing Physician 34:13, 1983

ARTICLES QUOTED IN
Pal, Shalamali, “Seeking Shoe closure: Laces vs alternatives”,
Lower Extremity Review, October, 2015
Boughton, Barbara, “Foot Orthoses for heel pain help improve
walking activity”, Lower Extremity Review, July, 2015
Groner, Cary, “New flatfoot debate rekindle debate over role of obesity”,
Lower Extremity Review, February, 2014
Hand, Larry, “Juvenile idiopathic arthritis study reveals footcare information gap”, Lower Extremity Review, October, 2012
Groner, Cary, “Wearing athletic shoes affects some performance measures”, Lower Extremity Review, October, 2012
Groner, Cary, “Experts debate relative benefits of screening feet for risk factors”, Lower Extremity Review, October, 2012
Groner, Cary, “Algorithms and views: Whats, whens and whys of plantar fasciitis care”, Lower Extremity Review, April, 2012
Groner, Cary, “New papers revisit, rekindle flexible flatfoot controversy”, Lower Extremity Review, July, 2011
Groner, Cary, “Numbers needed to treat? The pediatric flexible flatfoot debate”, Lower Extremity Review, January, 2010

PRESENTATIONS
“Talipes Equino Varus: Evaluation and Conservative Management,” Northern Division, New Jersey State Podiatry Association, May, 1984
“Forces under the Forefoot: A Preliminary Report on Findings of Current Research on Electrodynographic Analysis of Lesser Metatarsal
Osteotomies, Pre and Post-Operatively,” Grand Rounds, North General Hospital, November, 1984
“Clinical Electrodynography and its Application to Podiatric Practice,” Northern Division, New Jersey State Podiatric Association, January, 1985
“Workshop in Clinical Electrodynography,” American Academy of Podiatric Sports Medicine Annual Meeting, Washington, D.C., May, 1985
“Neuromuscular Disorders in Children,” Northern Division, New Jersey State Podiatry Association, June, 1985
“Basic Course in Clinical Electrodynography,” The Langer Biomechanics Group, Deer Park, New York, June, 1983
“Advanced Course in Clinical Electrodynography,” The Langer Biomechanics Group, Deer Park, New York, September, 1985
“Advanced Course in Clinical Electrodynography,” The Langer Biomechanics Group, Deer Park, New York, November, 1985
“Advanced Course in Clinical Electrodynography,” The Langer Biomechanics Group, Deer Park, New York, March, 1986
“Advanced Course in Clinical Electrodynography with Workshop,” Missouri Podiatric Medical Association Annual Scientific Meeting, April 1986
“Advanced Course in Clinical Electrodynography,” The Langer Biomechanics Group, NY, May 1986
“Pediatric Orthoses,” Northern Division, New Jersey State Podiatry Society, May 1986
“Electrodynography Gait Analysis,” Continuing Medical Education Lecture Series, Coney Island Hospital, November 1986
“Electrodynography and the Insensitive Foot, Workshop,” High Risk Foot Center on the Insensitive Foot, Boston, MA, December, 1986
Neuromuscular Disorders in Children,” Continuing Medical Education Lecture Series, Coney Island Hospital, April 1987
Orthopedics Board Course Review – “Flatfoot, Metatarsus Adductus, and Gait Analysis,” New York College of Podiatric Medicine, NY May 1987
“Pediatric Orthoses,” Glen Cove Hospital Podiatric Staff, Glen Cove, NY, February 1990
“Biomechanics of the Foot, Impression Casting,” Connecticut Podiatric Medical Association Scientific Meeting, Assistants Program, Tara Stamford Hotel, April, 1990
Orthopedics Board Review Course – “Flatfoot, Gait Analysis and Pathological Gait,” New York College of Podiatric Medicine, NY May
1990.
“Pediatric Orthoses,” Scientific Section, New York Division, New York Podiatric Medical Association, NY, October 1990
“Pediatric Foot Orthoses – Treatment Considerations,” North Shore Long Island Podiatric Seminar, North Shore University Hospital at Glen Cove, October 1990
“Lower Extremity Embryology and Development, Podopediatic Initial Visit, Podopediatric Exam, Gross Motor Development of the Normal Infant, Metatarsus Adductus, Talipes Equino Varus, The Congenital Flatfoot – Calcaneovalgus vs. Vertical Talus, Pediatric Foot Orthoses,” Ontario Society of Chiropodists, London, Ontario, Canada, November, 1990
The Podopediatric Exam, Pathological Gait Analysis and Therapy,” Foundation for Podiatric Medicine, Clinical Conference, New York State Podiatric Medical Association, NY January 18-20, 1991
“The Static Biomechanical Examination,” Lecture in Physical Therapy Management of Developmental Disability II Course, New York University, Department of Physical Therapy Graduate Program, February 25, 1991
“The Pediatric Biomechanical Examination,” Methodist Hospital, Podiatry Department, Brooklyn, NY May 2, 1991
“Adult Flatfoot, Gait Cycle and Gait Examination, Pathological Gait,” American Board of Podiatric Orthopedics, Review Course for Diplomatic Exam, New York, May 17, 1991
“Foot Biomechanics – Principles of Clinical Examination, Orthotic Selection for Orthopedic and Neurological Problems, Medial and Lateral Column Concepts in Orthotics,” Neuro-Biomechanical Dynamics of Gait and Expanding Current Issues in Orthotics, Sponsored by Spectrum for Living, Westwood, New Jersey, May 1991
“Podopediatric Initial Visit,” Foundation for Podiatric Medicine, Clinical Conference, Assistants Program, New York, New York, January, 1992
“Enhancing Treatment through Evaluation of Gait,” Foundation for Podiatric Medicine, Clinical Conference, New York, New York, January 1992
“Adult Flatfoot, Gait Cycle and Gait Examination, Pathological Gait,” American Board of Podiatric Orthopedics, Review Course for Diplomatic Exam, New York, May 1992
“Orthotic Prescription Writing Utilizing EDG Data,” EDG Users Meeting, LaGuardia Marriott, September, 1992
“Current Concepts in the Management of In-toe Gait,” Pediatric Orthoses,’ Foundation for Podiatric Medicine, Clinical Conference, NY,
January 1993
“Biomechanical Evaluation of the Lower Extremity,” NYU School of Physical Therapy, Graduate Program, New York, New York, March 1992, 1993
“Adult Flatfoot, Gait Cycle and Gait Examination, Pathological Gait,” American Board of Podiatric Orthopedics, Review Course for Diplomate Exam, New York, May 1993
“Current Concepts in Pediatric Foot Orthoses, Pediatric Pes Valgus,” California Podiatric Medical Association, Scientific Meeting June, 1993, Anaheim, California
“Normal Metatarsophalangeal Joint – First Ray and First Metatarsophalangeal Joint Function,” Advances in Podiatric Medicine and
Surgery, New York College of Podiatric Medicine, Graduate Medical Education, Teaneck, New Jersey, September 1993
“Biomechanical Evaluation of the Lower Extremity, Orthotic Section for Patients with Neuromuscular Disease,” NYU School of Physical Therapy, Graduate Program, April, 1994
Adult Flatfoot; Gait Cycle and Gait Examination; Pathological Gait; Adult Neurologic Exam,” American Board of Podiatric Orthopedics, and Primary Podiatric Medicine, Review Course for Diplomate Exam, New York, May 1994
“Pediatric History and Physical; Neurological Conditions Affecting the Lower Extremity; Congenital Foot Deformities; Rotational and Angular Deformities in Children; Splints, Braces and Orthoses in Podopediatrics,”
Pediatrics Course, The Langer Biomechanics Group (UK), The University of West London, Uxbridge, United Kingdom, September, 1994
“Ankle Foot Orthoses – Indications and Specifications; Workshop in Casting for Ankle Foot Orthoses,” Advances in Podiatric Medicine and Surgery, New York College of Podiatric Medicine, Graduate Medical Education, Teaneck, New Jersey, October, 1994
“The Podopediatric Examination; the Podopediatric Visit,” The Foundation for Podiatric Medicine, Clinical Conference, New York, New York, January, 1995
Biomechanical Evaluation of the Lower Extremity, Orthotic Section for Patients with Neuromuscular Disease,” NYU School of Physical Therapy, Graduate Program, April, 1995
“Adult Flatfoot; Gait Cycle and Gait Examination; Pathological Gait; Adult Neurologic Exam,” American Board Of Podiatric Orthopedics and Primary Podiatric Medicine, Review Course for Diplomate Exam, New York, New York, June, 1995
“Normal Function of the Foot and Leg in Gait; Gait Analysis; Common Podopediatric Problems, Recognition, Evaluation, Management,” A Practical Approach to Current Concepts in Biomechanics, The Foundation for Biomechanics and Sports Medicine Research, Teaneck, New Jersey, July, 1995
“Collapsing Pes Valgus Syndrome; Pediatric Grand Rounds,” Metropolitan Hospital Department of Pediatrics, New York, New York, September, 1995
“Normal Function of the Foot and Leg in Gait; Gait Analysis; Common Podopediatric Problems, Recognition, Evaluation, Management,” A Practical Approach to Current Concepts in Biomechanics, The Foundation for Biomechanics and Sports Medicine Research, Scottsdale, Arizona, October, 1995
“Normal Function of the Foot and Leg in Gait; Gait Analysis; Common Podopediatric Problems, Recognition, Evaluation, Management,” A Practical Approach to Current Concepts in Biomechanics, The Foundation for Biomechanics and Sports Medicine Research, Teaneck, New Jersey, March, 1996
“Normal Function of the Foot and Leg in Gait; Gait Analysis; Common Podopediatric Problems, Recognition, Evaluation, Management,” A
Practical Approach to Current Concepts in Biomechanics, The Foundation for Biomechanics and Sports Medicine Research, Miami, Florida, May, 1996
“Normal Function of the Foot and Leg in Gait; Gait Analysis; Common Podopediatric Problems, Recognition, Evaluation, Management,” A Practical Approach to Current Concepts in Biomechanics, The Foundation for Biomechanics and Sports Medicine Research, Huntsville, Ontario, June, 1996
“Lower Extremity Musculoskeletal Examination; Gait Analysis
Pediatric Workshops-Rotational and Angular Disorders, Serial Casting, Counter Rotation System, Pediatric Foot Orthoses”. APMA Region 1,
Sturbridge, Mass., September, 1996
“Normal Function of the Foot and Leg in Gait; Gait Analysis; Common Podopediatric Problems, Recognition, Evaluation, Management,” A Practical Approach to Current Concepts in Biomechanics, the Foundation for Biomechanics and Sports Medicine Research, Illinois, October, 1996
“Lower Extremity Musculoskeletal Examination; Gait Analysis
Pediatric Workshops-Rotational and Angular Disorders, Serial Casting, Counter Rotation System, Pediatric Foot Orthoses”.
St. Louis Podiatry Seminar, March, 1997
In Service Training in Podopediatrics at the Occupational and Physical
Therapy Summer Institute, the Board of Education, the City of New
York, July 1997.
“Normal Function of the Foot and Leg in Gait; Gait Analysis; Common Podopediatric Problems, Recognition, Evaluation, Management,” A
Practical Approach to Current Concepts in Biomechanics, The Foundation for Biomechanics and Sports Medicine Research, Scottsdale, Arizona, October, 1997
Workshops in Rotational and Angular Deformities in Children, Counter
Rotation System, Serial Plaster Immobilization, Pediatric Orthotic Prescription Writing, the 27th Annual Hershey Clinical Conference, Hershey, PA, November, 1997
“Rotational and Angular Disorders in children; Gait Analysis identifying
Key events in the Gait cycle and their deviations from normal”
Keynote speaker, The Michener Institute for Applied Health Sciences and
The Toronto Hospital, 3rd Annual Clinical Conference and Research
Symposium: Toronto, Ontario, Canada, May 21, 1998.
“The Podopediatric Visit Exam; Pediatric Orthoses: Overview and Casting
Technique; Serial Immobilization Casting: Management of Congenital
Foot Deformities”: Peninsula Hospital lectures: Peninsula Hospital, Far
Rockaway, New York, June 7, 1998
“Pathological Gait”, NY College of Podiatric Medicine Thirteenth Annual
Podiatric Board Review in Orthopedics, Primary Medicine and Surgery:
New York, New York, June 12, 1998.
“The Pediatric Patient in Podiatric Practice – Recognition, Diagnosis and
Treatment” in Contemporary Approaches to Foot and Ankle Pathology”
La Guardia Marriott, East Elmhurst, New York, October 25, 1998.
“Pathological Gait”, The New York State Podiatric Medical Association’s
Foundation for Podiatric Medicine Clinical Conference; New York, New
York, February 21, 1999.
“Rotational and Angular Disorders in Children; Normal and Abnormal Gait in Children”; guest lecturer, University of Texas Health Science Center San Antonio Department of Orthopedics/Podiatry Service: San Antonio, Texas, April 6, 1999.
“Normal Function of the Foot and Leg in Gait; Gait Analysis; Common Podopediatric Problems, Recognition, Evaluation, Management,” A Practical Approach to Current Concepts in Biomechanics, The Foundation for Biomechanics and Sports Medicine Research, Dialogues in Contemporary Rehabilitation, Bloomfield, Connecticut, May 1999.
“Overview of Pediatric Deformities”, “Pathological Gait”, NY College of Podiatric Medicine Fourteenth Annual Podiatric Board Review in Orthopedics, Primary Medicine and Surgery: New York, New York, June, 1999
“Normal Function of the Foot and Leg in Gait; Gait Analysis; Common Podopediatric Problems, Recognition, Evaluation, Management,” A Practical Approach to Current Concepts in Biomechanics, The Foundation for Biomechanics and Sports Medicine Research, The Children’s Hospital of San Diego, CA, September 1999.
Rotational and Angular Disorders in Children, the 2nd Annual International Conference on Foot Biomechanics & Orthotic Therapy, Chicago, Illinois, October 8-9, 1999.
Grand Rounds and Panel Discussion on Management of In-toe Gait in Children, coordinator and panel participant, New York College of Podiatric Medicine, evening lecture series, November 1999
“Pathological Gait”, The New York State Podiatric Medical Association’s
Foundation for Podiatric Medicine Clinical Conference; New York, New
York, March, 2000.
“Pediatric Pathology for Pedorthists”, The Eneslow Pedorthic Institute certification course for Pedorthists, August 2000, April and August, 2001, January 2002, April and August 2002, April 2003, October 2003, April 2004, October 2004
“Overview of Pediatric Deformities”, “Pathological Gait”, NY College of Podiatric Medicine Fifteenth Annual Podiatric Board Review in Orthopedics, Primary Medicine and Surgery: New York, New York, June, 2000
“Rationale and Selection of Pediatric Foot Orthoses”, the 3rd Annual International Conference on Foot Biomechanics & Orthotic Therapy, Vancouver, British Columbia, November, 2000
“Overview of Pediatric Deformities”, “Pathological Gait”, NY College of Podiatric Medicine Sixteenth Annual Podiatric Board Review in Orthopedics, Primary Medicine and Surgery: New York, New York, June, 2001
“Rationale and Selection of Foot Orthoses in Children”, Workshops on “The Dislocatable Hip”, The Pediatic Lower Extremity: A Comprehensive Symposium, North General Hospital Department of Surgery and the American College of Foot and Ankle Pediatrics, New York, New York, April 13, 2002
“Overview of Pediatric Deformities”, Methodist Hospital Department of Podiatry Grand Rounds, Brooklyn, New York, April, 2002
“Overview of Pediatric Deformities”, “Pathological Gait”, NY College of Podiatric Medicine Sixteenth Annual Podiatric Board Review in Orthopedics, Primary Medicine and Surgery: New York, New York, June, 2002
“Marfan’s Syndrome, “Juvenile Hallux Abducto Valgus”, Trouble-shooting Foot Orthoses, Langer Inc. Foot Biomechanics Seminar, Collingswood, Ontario, June, 2002
“Observation of Abnormal Gait in Children”, the 5th Annual International Conference on Foot Biomechanics & Orthotic Therapy, Montreal, Quebec, October, 2002
“Rationale and Selection of Foot Orthoses in Children”, New Jersey Podiatric Medical Society “The XYZ’s of Podiatry”, Hightstown, New Jersey, February, 2003
“Biomechanics of the First Ray and its Implication in Orthotic Prescription Writing”, “Orthosis Prescription in Selected Biomechanical Conditions”, “Common Biomechanical Pediatric Conditions”, III Annual Meeting Puerto Rico Podiatric Medical Association, Mayaquez, Puerto Rico, May 23-25, 2003
“Overview of Pediatric Deformities”, “Pathological Gait”, NY College of Podiatric Medicine Sixteenth Annual Podiatric Board Review in Orthopedics, Primary Medicine and Surgery: New York, New York, June, 2003
“Overview of Flatfeet in Children, Foot Orthoses in Children – Indications and Selection, Torsional Problems in Children, Patient Evaluation, Annual Conference, Fife Post-Graduate Group, Royal College of Surgeons, Edinburgh, Scotland, June, 2003
“Torsional Problems in Children, Orthotic Therapy in Children and Serial Immobilization Casting for Congenital Deformities in Infants”, faculty for Biomechanics III course in the Department of Applied Biomechanics, California School of Podiatric Medicine at Samuel Merritt College, Oakland, California, October, 2003
“Workshop on Serial Immobilization Casting for Congenital Deformities in Infants”, the 6th Annual International Conference on Foot Biomechanics & Orthotic Therapy, Las Vegas, Nevada, December, 2003
“Orthotic Therapy in Children”, The New York State Podiatric Medical Association’s Foundation for Podiatric Medicine Clinical Conference; New York, New York, January, 2004
“Torsional Problems in Children, Orthotic Therapy in Children and Serial Immobilization Casting for Congenital Deformities in Infants”, Annual Conference, Ontario Society of Chiropodists, Toronto, Ontario, February, 2004
“Overview of Pediatric Deformities”, “Pathological Gait”, NY College of Podiatric Medicine Sixteenth Annual Podiatric Board Review in
Orthopedics, Primary Medicine and Surgery: New York, New York, June, 2004
“Torsional Problems in Children, Orthotic Therapy in Children and Serial Immobilization Casting for Congenital Deformities in Infants, Creating a Pediatric Specialty Practice”, faculty for Biomechanics III course in the Department of Applied Biomechanics, California School of Podiatric Medicine at Samuel Merritt College, Oakland, California, September, 2004
“Effective Use of Orthoses, Braces and Bars in Children”, the 6th Annual International Conference on Foot Biomechanics & Orthotic Therapy, Boston, Massachusetts, October 29-31, 2004
“Heel Pain in Children”, The New York State Podiatric Medical Association’s Foundation for Podiatric Medicine Clinical Conference; New York, New York, January, 2005
“The Use of Bars, Braces and Orthoses – an Age-Based Approach”, The Pediatric Lower Extremity; New York College of Podiatric Medicine in association with North General Hospital, New York, New York April 2, 2005
“Pediatric Pathology for Pedorthists”, The Eneslow Pedorthic Institute certification course for Pedorthists, April 12, 2005
Grand Rounds – Metropolitan Hospital Department of Pediatics, Juvenile Hallux Abducto Valgus, May 12, 2005, Metropolitan Hospital, 1901 First Avenue, New York, New York, 6th floor auditorium
Grand Rounds – Lenox Hill Hospital Department of Pediatrics, Pediatric Foot and Ankle Specialty Care, May 19, 2005, Lenox Hill Hospital; 100 East 77th Street, New York, New York, conference room
“Overview of Pediatric Deformities”, “Pathological Gait”, NY College of Podiatric Medicine Sixteenth Annual Podiatric Board Review in Orthopedics, Primary Medicine and Surgery: New York, New York, May, 2005
“Torsional Problems in Children, Orthotic Therapy in Children and Serial Immobilization Casting for Congenital Deformities in Infants, Creating a Pediatric Specialty Practice”, faculty for Biomechanics III course in the Department of Applied Biomechanics, California School of Podiatric Medicine at Samuel Merritt College, Oakland, California, October, 2005
“Pediatric Pathology for Pedorthists”, The Eneslow Pedorthic Institute certification course for Pedorthists, April, 2006
“Office Essentials – Management of In-Toe, Toe-walking and Severe Flat Foot in Children”, workshop at the 6th Annual International Conference on Foot Biomechanics & Orthotic Therapy, Vancouver, British Columbia, November, 2005
“Comprehensive Assessment of the Pediatric Patient” and Scientific Co-chair, Day of Pediatrics Seminar; New York College of Podiatric Medicine, New York, New York April, 2006
“Overview of Pediatric Deformities”, “Pathological Gait”, NY College of Podiatric Medicine Seventeenth Annual Podiatric Board Review in Orthopedics, Primary Medicine and Surgery: New York, New York, May, 2006
Keynote Speaker, Dutch Podiatry Congress 2006, Comprehensive Physical Examination of the Lower Extremity in the Pediatric Patient; Workshop on the Effective Use of Orthoses, Bars and Braces in the Lower Extremity Management of Children. October 6, 2006, Doorn, the Netherlands
“Torsional Problems in Children, Orthotic Therapy in Children and Case Presentation Problem Solving in Prescribing Pediatric Foot Orthoses, faculty for Biomechanics III course in the Department of Applied Biomechanics, California School of Podiatric Medicine at Samuel Merritt College, Oakland, California, October, 2006
Comprehensive Physical Examination of the Lower Extremity Pediatric Patient; Evaluation and Management of Torsional Deformities in Children; Effective Use of Orthoses, Bars and Braces in the Lower Extremity Management of Children. Tenth Annual Georgia Summit of the GPMA, February 14-17, 2007, Atlanta, Georgia
“The Pediatric Biomechanical Exam”, Methodist Hospital Residents lecture series, Brooklyn, New York, March, 2007
“Pediatric Pathology for Pedorthists”, The Eneslow Pedorthic Institute certification course for Pedorthists, April, 2007
“Foot Orthoses in Children – Tips for Better Prescribing” and Scientific Co-chair, Day of Pediatrics Seminar; New York College of Podiatric Medicine, New York, New York April, 2007
Pediatric Biomechanical Exam and Heel Pain in Children, NYCPM Spring Refresher Course, May 18-20, 2007
“Torsional Problems in Children, Orthotic Therapy in Children and Case Presentation Problem Solving in Prescribing Pediatric Foot Orthoses, faculty for Biomechanics III course in the Department of Applied Biomechanics, California School of Podiatric Medicine at Samuel Merritt College, Oakland, California, October, 2007
“Pediatric Pathology for Pedorthists”, The Eneslow Pedorthic Institute certification course for Pedorthists, October, 2007
“Pediatric Pathology for Pedorthists”, The Eneslow Pedorthic Institute certification course for Pedorthists, March, 2008
“Heel Pain in Children” and Scientific Co-chair, Day of Pediatrics Seminar; New York College of Podiatric Medicine, New York, New York April, 2008
“Pediatric Biomechanical Examination” and “Foot Orthoses in Children – Tips for Better Prescribing”, Paris Orthotics Technical Seminar, Nowatasaga Resort, Ontario, Canada, September 2008
“Pediatric Pathology for Pedorthists”, The Eneslow Pedorthic Institute certification course for Pedorthists, October, 2008
“Pediatric Pathology for Pedorthists”, The Eneslow Pedorthic Institute certification course for Pedorthists, March, 2009
“A Planal Dominance Approach to Prescribing Pediatric Foot Orthoses” and panel discussion on pediatric pes planovalgus, 2009 Midwest Podiatry Conference, Chicago, Illinois April 1-4, 2009
“A Planal Dominance Approach to Prescribing Pediatric Foot Orthoses” and Scientific Chair, Day of Pediatrics Seminar; New York College of Podiatric Medicine, New York, New York April, 2009
“A Planal Dominance Approach to Prescribing Pediatric Foot Orthoses”and Serial Immobilization casting workshop at the 12th Annual International Conference on Foot Biomechanics & Orthotic Therapy, Atlanta, Georgia , October, 2009
“It Works Both Ways – the Role of the Superstructure in Pes Plano Valgus in Children”, The New York State Podiatric Medical Association’s
Foundation for Podiatric Medicine Clinical Conference; New York, New York, January, 2010
“Indications for Foot Orthoses in Children” and participation in interactive panel discussion on pediatric pes planovalgus, 2010 Midwest Podiatry Conference, Chicago, Illinois March 11-14, 2010
Intensive Course in Podopediatrics: CESPU – Advanced Polytechnic and University Cooperative: November, 2010, Gandra, Portugal
“Criteria and Selection of Children for Flatfoot Surgery”, “Hind foot Congenital Deformities: Evaluation and Non-surgical Management”, “The Causes of Abnormal Foot Pronation: Assessment and orthosis treatment”, “Torsional Problems of the Lower Extremity”: Collegia de Podologia de Asturias, Annual Conference, Pediatrics, December, 2011, Gijon, Spain
“Congenital Foot Deformities: Evaluation and Management: Master Class presented as part of 2013 Australasian Foot Conference: June 1, 2013. Sydney, Australia
“Role of Orthoses in Pediatric Patients”, Developmental Pediatrics: Torsional and Angular Deformities”: Keynote addresses at 2013 Australasian Foot Conference: June 2-5, 2013. Sydney, Australia
“Pediatric Precursors of Posterior Tibial Dysfunction”, First Annual Richard O Schuster Memorial Biomechanics Conference, NYCPM, October 6, 2013
“Making the Pediatric Biomechanical Exam Count: Tips for Enhanced Diagnosis and Management”, First Annual M.O.S.S., NYCPM, June 28, 2014
“The Contributions of Richard O. Schuster to Pediatric Orthopedics”, Third Annual Richard O Schuster Memorial Biomechanics Conference, NYCPM, November 14, 2015
“Torsion: Why it Matters and How to Manage It”, 2nd Annual American College of Foot and Ankle Pediatrics (ACFAP) Pediatric Foot and Ankle Seminar; Tenaya Lodge at Yosemite National Park, Fish Camp, CA, April 9, 2016

PUBLICATIONS FOR LAY PUBLIC
“Flat-footedness Has To Do With Walking, Not Appearances,” Letters to the Editor, the New York Times, December 16, 1990
“Baby Steps and Infant Feet” interviewed by Maureen Durran for expert commentary on children’s foot and leg development and pathology, The Washington Post, April 23, 1991
“The Pitter Patter of Healthy Feet, a Guide for Parents,” Contributing Editor, the Langer Foundation for Biomechanics and Sports Medicine Research, 1993
“Family Health: Bow-Legs and Knock Knees: What Parents Should Know”, Big Apple Parent, February 2004
“Look who’s walking!” interviewed by Karen Miles for expert commentary on best shoes for children, Parenting Magazine, June, 2004

INTERNET CITATIONS
1. Quoted in: “Kids and Crocs Shoes: Trendy or Risky? Crocs shoes are all the rage, especially among kids. But are Crocs a safe footwear choice for school?”by Heather Hatfield on WebMD, Health and Parenting Section, August, 2007 access at: http://www.webmd.com/parenting/features/kids-and-crocs-shoes-trendy-or-risky
2. Quoted in: “Parents concerned about children getting soft-soled clogs.

Dr. Joaquín Ó. Izquierdo Cases

Catedrático  Cirugía Podológica Universidad Católica San Antonio de Murcia.

Doctor por la Universidad Católica San Antonio de Murcia, Sobresaliente Cum Laude. “Tratamiento quirúrgico de las deformidades digitales de los pies, Artroplastia & Cirugía Mínimamente Invasiva” 2007.

Certificado Diploma de Estudios Avanzados DEA. 2006.

Licenciado en Podología por la Universidad CESPU, Oporto, Portugal. 2003.

Grado en Podología por la Universidad Alfonso X el Sabio.

Diplomado en Podología por la Universidad Complutense de Madrid 1983.

Especialista en Cirugía Podológica por la Universidad de Alcalá de Henares. Facultad de Medicina.

Especialista en Biomecánica del Miembro Inferior por la Universidad de Alcalá de Henares, Facultad de Medicina.

Presidente de la Asociación Española de Cirugía Podológica.

Director de la Unidad de Cirugía Avanzada de Pie y Tobillo.

Centro Clínico Quirúrgico de Aranjuez.

Dr. Javier Alfaro Santafé

Diplomado en Podología por la Universidad de Barcelona.

Doctor en Podología Avanzada por la Universidad Europea de Madrid.

Director Técnico y Responsable de Formación Podoactiva.

Profesor titular Universidad de Manresa.

Profesor Máster Investigación Clínica USJ.

Profesor Máster Di Podologia Riabilitativa Di Interesse Chirurgico Sapienza Universitá Di Roma.

Podólogo Selección Española Absoluta de Fútbol.

Podólogo Real Zaragoza C.F.

Durante los 15 años de vida laboral posteriores a la Graduación en Podología, ha realizado formación continuada mediante un Postgrado, dos Masters, una Tesis Doctoral y numerosos cursos.

Actualmente imparte más de 200 horas anuales de docencia oficial en dos grados y dos masters, siendo Profesor Titular de Grado y Profesor Internacional de Máster.

El vínculo con la empresa Podoactiva le permite disponer de recursos para la investigación, ha participado como inventor en 6 patentes nacionales e internacionales, 8 publicaciones científicas, dos libros y ponente en diversos cursos y congresos de ámbito Nacional e Internacional . Es Director Técnico y el responsable de formación Podoactiva, implantando un sistema de residencia teórico- práctica aplicando tecnología de última generación en los protocolos de actuación clínica.

Durante los últimos 8 años ejerce como responsable de Podología y Biomecánica de la Selección Española Absoluta de Fútbol y del Real Zaragoza C.F.

Ponentes_Dr_MACEIRA

Dr. Ernesto Maceira Suárez

Unidad de Cirugía Pie y Tobillo. Cirugía Ortopédica y Traumatología.

Orthopedic Surgeon
Foot and Ankle Surgery

Former Activity at Hospital General La Mancha Centro, Alcázar de San Juan.Ciudad Real
Department of Orthopedic Surgery
Foot and Ankle Unit

Former Activity at Hospital Beata María Ana de Jesús. Madrid, Spain.

Department of Orthopaedic Surgery

Former Associate Professor of Clinical Biomechanics
Department of Human Anatomy and Embryology 1
School of Medicine.
Universidad Complutense de Madrid.

Former Gaitlab Manager
Escuela Universitaria de Enfermería, Fisioterapia y Podología.
Universidad Complutense de Madrid.

Co-Director (together with Manuel Monteagudo de la Rosa MD): Clinical Mechanics of the Foot and Ankle Course (Curso de Mecánica Clínica y Terapéutica –Monteaceira-).

Current practice as Orthopaedic Surgeon in Hospital General La Mancha Centro, Alcázar de San Juan. Ciudad Real.

2014 Visiting Professor Award. Mercy Hospital. Baltimore.

Dra. Ana Maestro Perdices

Directora del Centro Podológico, Ana Maestro.

Máster en Podología Quirúrgica por la Universidad de Barcelona.

Visiting Surgical Fellowship Program en el Ohio Collage of Podriatric Medicine.

Dr. Luis Miguel Martí Martínez

Prof. Cirugía Podológica Universidad Miguel Hernández. Elche. ESPAÑA

Diplomado en Podología por la Universidad de Barcelona, Doctor (Phd) por la Universidad Miguel Hernández de Elche, Máster Universitario en Investigación en Medicina Clínica por la Universidad Miguel Hernández de Elche.

En la actualidad vicepresidente de la Asociación Española de Cirugía de Mínima Incisión del Pie (AEMIS), Profesor Asociado Cirugía Podológica Universidad Miguel Hernández de Elche, Profesor en seis ediciones del Máster Oficial en Cirugía Podológica de Mínima Incisión Universidad Católica de Valencia, Codirector servicio Cirugía del Pie Hospital Clínica Benidorm.

Fellow The Academy of Ambulatory Foot & Ankle Surgery (AAFAS).
Exprofesor Asociado Podología Universidad de Valencia, Profesor en cinco ediciones del Postgrado en Cirugía Podológica de Mínima Incisión FUB Universidad Autónoma de Barcelona.

Instructor y ponente en numerosos curso de cirugía mínimamente invasiva de AEMIS.

Autor en los capítulos “Exostosis digitales”, “Técnicas de cirugía mínimamente invasiva para el hallux valgus leve” y “Manifestaciones clínicas, etiopatogenia, diagnóstico, gravedad y posibilidades de la cirugía mínimamente invasiva en el hallux valgus” del libro Cirugía Mínimamente Invasiva del Pie ISBN: 978-84-7429-660-0.

Autor de las siguientes ponencias en congresos:
“Tratamiento quirúrgico del 5º dedo. Técnicas MIS”. XI Jornadas Andaluzas de Podología.
“Manejo del paciente sometido a cirugía podológica con enfermedad de Von Willebrand. Caso Clínico.” 39 Congreso Nacional de Podología. Madrid.
“Tratamiento quirúrgico de ipk bajo cabeza del primer metatarsiano en el hallux valgus. Caso clínico”. I Congreso Internacional de Cirugía de Mínima Incisión. Madrid.
“Modificaciones de la técnica Reverdin-Isham para la cirugía MIS del hallux valgus.” 44 Congreso Nacional de Podología. Logroño.
“Actuales conceptos en profilaxis antibiótica en cirugía del pie”. 46 Congreso Nacional de Podología. Albacete.
“Papel de la Cirugía Mínimamente Invasiva en las Iatrogenias de Antepie” 49 Congreso Nacional de Podología. Santiago de Compostela.

Dr. Alfonso Martínez Nova

Profesor Titular, Universidad de Extremadura.

Actualización en Atención Sociosanitaria. Universidad de Extremadura, 2009.

Licenciado en Podología CESPU CRL (Portugal), 2002.

Diplomado en Podología Universitat de Barcelona, 1999.

Dr. Bernardino Basas García

Experto en Cirugía Podiátrica por el New York Collegue of Podiatric Medicine.

Miembro de Honor del Colegio de Médicos del Cauca-Popayán (Colombia).

Profesor del C.P.M. Monterrey (México).

Podólogo colaborador y consultor de la Real Federación Española de Atletismo.

Dr. Manuel Mosqueira Ourens

Prof. Dr. Universidad Católica San Antonio de Murcia UCAM. Director Factor Biomecánico, A Coruña, España.

Director de Factor Biomecánico, el Dr. Manuel Mosqueira ha realizado su tesis doctoral estudiando la biomecánica de la carrera y su relación con el rendimiento y las lesiones.

Actualmente es profesor del Máster en Podología Clínica y Deportiva en la Universidad Católica de Murcia (UCAM), docente en distintos cursos y programas oficiales de postgrado nacionales e internacionales.

Trabaja con deportistas y clubs deportivos. Asesor y consultor, también realiza periódicamente estancias en universidades y centros extranjeros así como en proyectos de investigación.

Dra. Carmen Naranjo Ruiz

Clínica Podológica Podocen. Clínica propia.
Grado en Podología. Máster en Investigación en Medicina Clínica por la Universidad Miguel Hernández. Doctorando por la Universidad Católica de Valencia, España.

Profesora Asociada Máster Cirugía Mínima Incisión del pie Universidad Católica de Valencia

Profesora Asociada Diplomatura de Podología Universidad San Pablo C.E.U.

2018 Doctorado Universidad Católica de Valencia

2016 Premio al Mejor trabajo Fin de Grado en Podología, otorgado por el Colegio
Profesional de Podólogos de la Comunidad de Madrid.

2015 Distinguished Service Award otorgado por The Academy of Ambulatory Foot and
Ankle Surgery.

EXPERIENCIA PROFESIONAL

2015-18. Profesora Asociada Máster Cirugía Mínima Incisión del pie.
Universidad Católica de Valencia.

2003-18. Clínica Podológica Podocen. Clínica propia.
Podocen S.L.

2000-02. Profesora Asociada Diplomatura de Podología.
Universidad San Pablo C.E.U.

1994-2002. Clínica de podología Piqueras.
Clínica Piqueras S.L.

EDUCACIÓN Y FORMACIÓN

2018. Doctorado Universidad Católica de Valencia.

2015. Grado en Podología.

2011-12. Máster oficial en Investigación en Medicina Clínica.
Universidad Miguel Hernández UMH. Alicante. España.

2001-02. Título Propio de Especialización en Biomecánica y Ortopodología.
Universidad de Alcalá de Henares. Madrid. España.

1998. Surgical Fellowship Program.
Ohio College of Podiatric Medicine. Cleveland, Ohio. Estados Unidos América.

1995-96 Título Propio de Especialización en Cirugía Podológica.
Universidad de Alcalá de Henares. Madrid. España.

1990-93 Diplomatura en Podología.
Universidad Complutense de Madrid. Madrid. España.

PREMIOS Y DISTINCIONES

2016. Premio al Mejor trabajo Fin de Grado en Podología, otorgado por el Colegio Profesional de Podólogos de la Comunidad de Madrid.

2015. Distinguished Service Award otorgado por The Academy of Ambulatory Foot and Ankle Surgery.

2010. Premio Podoscopio, otorgado por el Colegio de Podólogos de la Comunidad de Madrid.

1997. Premio Podoscopio, otorgado por la Asociación Madrileña de Podólogos.

Dr. Santiago Nieto Farrán

Podólogo. Práctica privada en Bilbao.

Profesor Master Cirugía Mínimamente Invasiva del pie en la universidad católica de Valencia.

Fellow por AAFAS ( American Association of Foot and Ankle Surgery).

Ponente y miembro de comités científicos en múltiples congresos nacionales e internacionales.

Coautor del libro “Técnicas en cirugía MIS”. Editorial Glosa.

Actualmente Secretario de la asociación científica AEMIS España.

Miembro de la junta de Gobierno del colegio vasco de podólogos.

Dr. Eduardo Nieto García

Director Máster de Cirugía de Mínima Incisión del Pie. Universidad Católica de Valencia.
Director Clínica Podológica E. Nieto. Logroño

Situación profesional actual
Entidad empleadora: Universidad Católica de Valencia Departamento: Podología, Facultad de Fisioterapia y Podología Categoría profesional: PROF.COLAB.LICENC.PARC Fecha de inicio: 01/09/2017 Modalidad de contrato: Contrato laboral temporal Régimen de dedicación: Tiempo parcial Funciones desempeñadas: Director y Profesor del Master de Cirugía de Mínima Incisión del pie
Entidad empleadora: Clínica Podológica E. Nieto sl Categoría profesional: Podólogo Gerente de Clínica Podológica E. Nieto s Fecha de inicio: 01/11/1995 Modalidad de contrato: Autónmo Régimen de dedicación: Tiempo completo Funciones desempeñadas: Podólogo
Cargos y actividades desempeñados con anterioridad
Entidad empleadora Categoría profesional Fecha de inicio 1 MUTUA DE ACCIDENTES DE TRABAJO Y ENFERMEDADES PROFESIONALES Nº 11 ATS 15/07/1985 2 clinica podológoca Eduardo Nieto podólogo 02/05/1984
1 Entidad empleadora: MUTUA DE ACCIDENTES DE TRABAJO Y ENFERMEDADES PROFESIONALES Nº 11 Categoría profesional: ATS Fecha de inicio: 15/07/1985 Duración: 10 años – 2 meses – 15 días
2 Entidad empleadora: clinica podológoca Eduardo Nieto Categoría profesional: podólogo Fecha de inicio: 02/05/1984 Duración: 11 años – 1 mes – 1 día
Formación académica recibida
Titulación universitaria
Estudios de 1º y 2º ciclo, y antiguos ciclos (Licenciados, Diplomados, Ingenieros Superiores, Ingenieros Técnicos, Arquitectos)
1 Nombre del título: Diplomado en Podología Entidad de titulación: Universidad Complutense de Madrid Fecha de titulación: 05/04/1995 2 Nombre del título: Director de Instalaciones de Rayos X con fines de diagnóstico médico Entidad de titulación: Consejo de Seguridad Nuclear Fecha de titulación: 01/09/1992 3 Nombre del título: Podólogo Entidad de titulación: Escuela de Podología Facultad de Medicina de Barcelona Fecha de titulación: 22/06/1982 4 Nombre del título: Ayudante Técnico Sanitario Entidad de titulación: Universidad de Zaragoza Fecha de titulación: 13/04/1981
Doctorados
Programa de doctorado: Programa de Doctorado en Ciencias de la Salud por la Universidad Católica de Valencia San Vicente Mártir Entidad de titulación: UNIVERSIDAD CATÓLICA DE VALENCIA
Otra formación universitaria de posgrado
Titulación de posgrado: Máster Universitario en Cirugía Podológica de Mínima Incisión para Podólogos Entidad de titulación: UNIVERSIDAD CATÓLICA DE VALENCIA Fecha de titulación: 07/01/2015
Cursos y seminarios recibidos de perfeccionamiento, innovación y mejora docente, nuevas tecnologías, etc., cuyo objetivo sea la mejora de la docencia
1 Título del curso/seminario: Cirugía MIS. Madrid Ciudad entidad organizadora: España Entidad organizadora: Hospital Universitario Ramón y Cajal y AEMIS
Tipo de entidad: Universidad
Duración en horas: 16 horas Fecha de finalización: 02/06/2018
2 Título del curso/seminario: XII Congreso de Investigación en Cirugía Ortopédica y Traumatología. (INVESCOT) Ciudad entidad organizadora: España Entidad organizadora: Facultad de Medicina Universidad de Navarra e Invescot Tipo de entidad: Universidad Duración en horas: 16 horas Fecha de finalización: 07/04/2018
3 Título del curso/seminario: 48 Congreso Nacional De de Podología. Salamanca Ciudad entidad organizadora: España Entidad organizadora: Consejo General de Podólogos Duración en horas: 24 horas Fecha de finalización: 22/10/2017
4 Título del curso/seminario: curso de actualización en el Pie Diabético Ciudad entidad organizadora: España Entidad organizadora: Colegio Oficial de POdólogos de La Rioja Tipo de entidad: Asociaciones y Agrupaciones Duración en horas: 6 horas Fecha de finalización: 24/03/2017
5 Título del curso/seminario: Aplicaciones Clínicas de la Tecnología Endoret (PRGF) en podología Ciudad entidad organizadora: España Entidad organizadora: Biotechnology Instirute BTI Tipo de entidad: Entidad Empresarial Duración en horas: 8 horas Fecha de finalización: 25/02/2017
6 Título del curso/seminario: V Curso de Ecografía Avanzada de Pie y Tobillo Ciudad entidad organizadora: España Entidad organizadora: Universidad Francisco Vitoria y Asociación Española de Cirugía Ecoguiada Tipo de entidad: Asociaciones y Agrupaciones Duración en horas: 16 horas Fecha de finalización: 07/05/2016
7 Título del curso/seminario: 45 Congreso Nacional de Podología. Ciudad entidad organizadora: España Entidad organizadora: Consejo General de Podólogos Tipo de entidad: Asociaciones y Agrupaciones Duración en horas: 21 horas Fecha de finalización: 11/10/2015
8 Título del curso/seminario: Actualización en Podología Infantil II Edición. Ciudad entidad organizadora: España Entidad organizadora: Colegio Oficial de Podólogos de La Rioja Tipo de entidad: Asociaciones y Agrupaciones Duración en horas: 16 horas Fecha de finalización: 08/03/2014
9 Título del curso/seminario: Seminario sobre cadáver en Técnicas de Cirugía MIS Ciudad entidad organizadora: España Entidad organizadora: AEMIS Tipo de entidad: Asociaciones y Agrupaciones Duración en horas: 8 horas
Fecha de finalización: 23/11/2013
10 Título del curso/seminario: 44 Congreso Nacional de Podología Ciudad entidad organizadora: España Entidad organizadora: Consejo General de Podólogos Tipo de entidad: Asociaciones y Agrupaciones Duración en horas: 24 horas Fecha de finalización: 06/10/2013
11 Título del curso/seminario: Jornada de Actualización en Cirugía MIS Ciudad entidad organizadora: España Entidad organizadora: AEMIS Tipo de entidad: Asociaciones y Agrupaciones Duración en horas: 8 horas Fecha de finalización: 02/03/2013
12 Título del curso/seminario: Seminario The Academy of Ambulatoy Foot & Ankle. New Orleans Ciudad entidad organizadora: Estados Unidos de América Entidad organizadora: Deparatment of Cellular Biology & Anatomy Tipo de entidad: Universidad Duración en horas: 24 horas Fecha de finalización: 10/11/2012
13 Título del curso/seminario: 43 Congreso Nacional de Podología Ciudad entidad organizadora: España Entidad organizadora: Consejo General de Podólogos Tipo de entidad: Asociaciones y Agrupaciones Duración en horas: 16 horas Fecha de finalización: 07/10/2012
14 Título del curso/seminario: Avances en Farmacoterapéutica Podológica Ciudad entidad organizadora: España Entidad organizadora: Consejo General de Podólogos Tipo de entidad: Asociaciones y Agrupaciones Duración en horas: 10 horas Fecha de finalización: 19/04/2012
15 Título del curso/seminario: XVIII Jornadas Científicas de Podología Ciudad entidad organizadora: España Entidad organizadora: Colegio Oficial de POdólogos de Cataluña Tipo de entidad: Asociaciones y Agrupaciones Duración en horas:
16 horas Fecha de finalización: 10/03/2012 16 Título del curso/seminario: XXII Congreso de la Federación Mexicana de Colegios de Ortopedia y Traumatología. Puebla. Mexico Ciudad entidad organizadora: México Entidad organizadora: FEMECOT AMOT Tipo de entidad: Asociaciones y Agrupaciones Duración en horas: 24 horas Fecha de finalización: 29/10/2011
17 Título del curso/seminario: Formación continua para el personal profesionalmente expuesto en Instalaciones de Radiodiagnóstico dental/Podológico Ciudad entidad organizadora: España Entidad organizadora: Fidotec sl Tipo de entidad: Entidad Empresarial
Duración en horas: 40 horas Fecha de finalización: 22/07/2011
18 Título del curso/seminario: Certificación del departamento de Ciencias Morfológicas de la UAB, por las estancias el 1 semestre de 2010 -2011, realizando disecciones anatómicas y técnicas relacionadas con la anestesia del pie Ciudad entidad organizadora: España Entidad organizadora: departamento de Ciencias Morfológicas de la UAB Duración en horas: 40 horas Fecha de finalización: 24/05/2011
19 Título del curso/seminario: 41 Congreso Nacional de Podología Ciudad entidad organizadora: España Entidad organizadora: Consejo General de Podólogos Tipo de entidad: Asociaciones y Agrupaciones Duración en horas: 16 horas Fecha de finalización: 11/10/2010
20 Título del curso/seminario: V Congreso Interdisciplinario Nacional sobre Patología Vascular Ciudad entidad organizadora: España Entidad organizadora: Hospital San Pedro. Unidad de Angiología y Cirugía Vascular Tipo de entidad: Instituciones Sanitarias Duración en horas: 16 horas Fecha de finalización: 21/05/2010
21 Título del curso/seminario: Scientific Seminal sponsored by AAFAS / UT Health Science Center San Antonio School of Medicine Ciudad entidad organizadora: Estados Unidos de América Entidad organizadora: San Antonio School of Medicine y AAFAS Tipo de entidad: Universidad Duración en horas: 16 horas Fecha de finalización: 01/05/2010
22 Título del curso/seminario: Scientific Seminal sponsored by AAFAS / The Universidad Central del Caribe. Ciudad entidad organizadora: Puerto Rico Entidad organizadora: Universidad Central del Caribe, San Juan, Puerto Rico Tipo de entidad: Universidad Duración en horas: 18 horas Fecha de finalización: 17/10/2009
23 Título del curso/seminario: Departamento de Ciencias Morfológicas de la Facultad de Medicina de la Universidad Autónoma de Barcelona, por las estancias en el laboratorio de Anatomía, realizando disecciones anatómicas y técnicas quirúrgicas relacionadas con la cirugía de mínima Incisión Ciudad entidad organizadora: España Entidad organizadora: Universidad Autónoma de Barcelona Duración en horas: 50 horas Fecha de finalización: 15/06/2009
24 Título del curso/seminario: II Internacional Congreso of Mini-Invasive Foot & Ankle Surgery. Ciudad entidad organizadora: España Entidad organizadora: GROUP OF RESEARCH AND STUDY IN MINIMALLY SURGERY OF FOOT AND ANKLE Duración en horas: 16 horas
Fecha de finalización: 03/04/2009
25 Título del curso/seminario: 39 Congreso Nacional de Podología Ciudad entidad organizadora: España Entidad organizadora: Consejo General de Podólogos Tipo de entidad: Asociaciones y Agrupaciones Duración en horas: 24 horas Fecha de finalización: 05/10/2008
26 Título del curso/seminario: Jornada Podológica. XXV Aniversario día del Podólogo. Ciudad entidad organizadora: España Entidad organizadora: Colegio Oficial de Podólogos de la Comunidad de Madrid Duración en horas: 8 horas Fecha de finalización: 01/03/2008
27 Título del curso/seminario: Encuentro Internacional de Cirugía y Tratamiento del Pie Ciudad entidad organizadora: España Entidad organizadora: Colegio Oficial de Podólogos de la Comunidad de Madrid Duración en horas: 24 horas Fecha de finalización: 27/11/2005
28 Título del curso/seminario: IV Seminario Internac. De Cirugía Podológica Ciudad entidad organizadora: España Entidad organizadora: Asociación Española de Cirugía Podológica (AECP) Tipo de entidad: Asociaciones y Agrupaciones Duración en horas: 16 horas Fecha de finalización: 10/04/2005
29 Título del curso/seminario: I Seminario de Cirugía Digito metatarsal Ciudad entidad organizadora: España Entidad organizadora: Asociación Española de Cirugía Podológica (AECP) Duración en horas: 16 horas Fecha de finalización: 13/02/2005
30 Título del curso/seminario: Curso Taller de Reanimación Cardio Pulmonía Ciudad entidad organizadora: España Entidad organizadora: Escola Universitaria de Ciencias de la Salut (FUB) Manresa Duración en horas: 8 horas Fecha de finalización: 29/01/2005
31 Título del curso/seminario: X Jornadas Científicas de Podología Ciudad entidad organizadora: España Entidad organizadora: Colegio Oficial de POdólogos de Cataluña Duración en horas: 24 horas Fecha de finalización: 20/03/2004
32 Título del curso/seminario: III Seminario Internacional de Cirugía Podológica Ciudad entidad organizadora: España Entidad organizadora: Asociación Española de Cirugía Podológica (AECP) Duración en horas: 16 horas Fecha de finalización: 01/02/2004
33 Título del curso/seminario: Scientific Seminar Sponsored by the AAFAS/LSU Medical School. NEW ORLEANS Ciudad entidad organizadora: Estados Unidos de América Entidad organizadora: Academy of Ambulatory Foot & Ankle Surgery (AAFAS) Tipo de entidad: Asociaciones y Agrupaciones Duración en horas: 16 horas Fecha de finalización: 17/05/2003
34 Título del curso/seminario: III Seminario de Cirugía del Hallux Valgus Ciudad entidad organizadora: España Entidad organizadora: Asociación Española de Cirugía Podológica Tipo de entidad: Asociaciones y Agrupaciones Duración en horas: 15 horas Fecha de finalización: 09/02/2003
35 Título del curso/seminario: Jornadas Científico Podológica (Biomecánica – Ortopodología) Ciudad entidad organizadora: España Entidad organizadora: Departamento de Morfología y Biología Celular Facultad Medicina. Universidad de Oviedo Tipo de entidad: Universidad Duración en horas: 8 horas Fecha de finalización: 23/11/2002
36 Título del curso/seminario: Seminario de Evaluación Preoperatoria en Cirugía Ambulatoria del Pie Ciudad entidad organizadora: España Entidad organizadora: AECP y Universidad Complutense de Madrid Tipo de entidad: Universidad Duración en horas: 16 horas Fecha de finalización: 06/07/2002
37 Título del curso/seminario: Scientific Seminar Sponsored by the AAFAS/LSU Medical School. Nueva Orleans Ciudad entidad organizadora: Estados Unidos de América Entidad organizadora: AAFAS y LSU Medical School Tipo de entidad: Universidad Duración en horas: 26 horas Fecha de finalización: 18/05/2002 38 Título del curso/seminario: Scientific Seminar Sponsored by the AAFAS/LSU Medical School. Nueva Orleans Ciudad entidad organizadora: Estados Unidos de América Entidad organizadora: AAFAS at Louisiana State University School of Medicine Tipo de entidad: Universidad Duración en horas: 25 horas Fecha de finalización: 17/05/2001
39 Título del curso/seminario: Manejo Anestesiológico y Seguridad en el Quirófano. Madrid Ciudad entidad organizadora: España Entidad organizadora: AECP. Tipo de entidad: Asociaciones y Agrupaciones Duración en horas: 8 horas Fecha de finalización: 01/07/2000
40 Título del curso/seminario: Curso Monográfico de Infecciones en Cirugía. . Madrid Ciudad entidad organizadora: España Entidad organizadora: AECP Tipo de entidad: Asociaciones y Agrupaciones. Duración en horas: 8 horas Fecha de finalización: 18/02/2000
41 Título del curso/seminario: Jornada de Actualización en Cirugía Podológica. . Madrid Ciudad entidad organizadora: España Entidad organizadora: AECP Tipo de entidad: Asociaciones y Agrupaciones Duración en horas: 8 horas Fecha de finalización: 29/01/2000
42 Título del curso/seminario: Scientific Seminar Sponsored by the AAFAS/LSU Medical School. Nueva Orleans Ciudad entidad organizadora: Estados Unidos de América Entidad organizadora: AAFAS y Luisiana State University School Medicine Tipo de entidad: Universidad Duración en horas: 26 horas Fecha de finalización: 15/05/1999
43 Título del curso/seminario: First Internacional Seminar of Foot Surgery. The Ohio College of Podiatric Medicine en colaboración con la Universitat de Barcelona. Madrid Ciudad entidad organizadora: España Entidad organizadora: The Ohio College of Podiatric Medicine en colaboración con la Universitat de Barcelona Tipo de entidad: Centros y Estructuras Universitarios y Asimilados Duración en horas: 12 horas Fecha de finalización: 29/03/1998
44 Título del curso/seminario: Medical & Cadaver Surgical Seminar. AAFS . Nueva Orleans Ciudad entidad organizadora: Estados Unidos de América Entidad organizadora: Louisiana State University . School of Medicine. New Orleasn, Luisiana, AAFAS Tipo de entidad: Universidad Duración en horas: 16 horas Fecha de finalización: 17/05/1997
45 Título del curso/seminario: Jornada de Actualización en Podología. Día del Podólogo. Madrid Ciudad entidad organizadora: España Entidad organizadora: Asociación Madrileña de Podólogos Tipo de entidad: Asociaciones y Agrupaciones Duración en horas: 8 horas Fecha de finalización: 15/02/1997
46 Título del curso/seminario: Seminario de Actualización Podológica en Cirugía y Biomecánica. Madrid Ciudad entidad organizadora: España Entidad organizadora: Universidad Autónoma de Madrid Tipo de entidad: Universidad Duración en horas: 8 horas Fecha de finalización: 14/02/1997
47 Título del curso/seminario: I Encuentro de los miembros españoles de la Academia de Cirugía Ambulatoria del Pie. The Academy of Ambulatory Foot Surgery. Hospital Provincial de Castellón Ciudad entidad organizadora: España Entidad organizadora: The Academy of Ambulatory Foot Surgery. Tipo de entidad: Asociaciones y Agrupaciones Duración en horas: 8 horas. Fecha de finalización: 07/09/1996
48 Título del curso/seminario: Jornada de Actualización en Podología. Día del Podólogo. Madrid Ciudad entidad organizadora: España Entidad organizadora: Asociación Madrileña de Podólogos Tipo de entidad: Asociaciones y Agrupaciones Duración en horas: 8 horas Fecha de finalización: 17/02/1996
49 Título del curso/seminario: International Congress on Ambulatory Surgical Technique. Madrid Ciudad entidad organizadora: España Entidad organizadora: The Academy of Ambulatory Foot Surgery. Tipo de entidad: Asociaciones y Agrupaciones Duración en horas: 14 horas Fecha de finalización: 01/04/1995
50 Título del curso/seminario: Técnicas Quirúrgicas del Antepié. S.A.Isham Ciudad entidad organizadora: España Entidad organizadora: Asociación Valenciana de Podólogos. Tipo de entidad: Asociaciones y Agrupaciones Duración en horas: 12 horas Fecha de finalización: 20/11/1994
51 Título del curso/seminario: XXV Congreso Nacional de Podología. Santiago de Compostela Ciudad entidad organizadora: España Entidad organizadora: Federación Española de Podólogos Tipo de entidad: Asociaciones y Agrupaciones Duración en horas: 16 horas Fecha de finalización: 22/09/1994
52 Título del curso/seminario: Surgical Course. Spokane Foot and Ankle Clinic and Surgery Center. Ciudad entidad organizadora: Estados Unidos de América Entidad organizadora: Spokane Foot and Ankle Clinic and Surgery Center. Tipo de entidad: Instituciones Sanitarias Duración en horas: 28 horas Fecha de finalización: 03/05/1994
53 Título del curso/seminario: Certificación de Formación en Foot and Ankle Clínicos. Podiatric Surgical. Ciudad entidad organizadora: Estados Unidos de América Entidad organizadora: Dr. S. Isham Tipo de entidad: Organismo, Otros Duración en horas: 40 horas Fecha de finalización: 01/05/1993
54 Título del curso/seminario: XXIV Congreso Nacional de Podología. Barcelona Ciudad entidad organizadora: España Entidad organizadora: Federación Española de Podólogos. Tipo de entidad: Asociaciones y Agrupaciones Duración en horas: 26 horas Fecha de finalización: 03/05/1992
55 Título del curso/seminario: Curso de Cirugía Experimental para Podólogos. Ciudad entidad organizadora: España Entidad organizadora: Departamentos de Ciencias Morfológicas y Cirugía de la Universidad de Zaragoza. Tipo de entidad: Universidad Duración en horas: 8 horas Fecha de finalización: 29/06/1991
56 Título del curso/seminario: I Symposium Hspano – Norteamericano de Podología. Zaragoza. Ciudad entidad organizadora: España Entidad organizadora: Pennsylvania College of Podiatric Medicine Cirugía Podológica Tipo de entidad: Asociaciones y Agrupaciones Duración en horas: 21 horas Fecha de finalización: 16/06/1991
57 Título del curso/seminario: I Curso de Biomecánica del Pie. Zaragoza Ciudad entidad organizadora: España Entidad organizadora: Departamento de Ciencias Morfológicas de la Universidad de Zaragoza. Tipo de entidad: Universidad Duración en horas: 14 horas Fecha de finalización: 12/05/1991
58 Título del curso/seminario: I Spanish North American Symposium in Podiatry. Santander Ciudad entidad organizadora: España Entidad organizadora: Pennsylvania College of Podiatric Medicine. Podiatric Orthopedics. Tipo de entidad: Asociaciones y Agrupaciones Duración en horas: 14 horas Fecha de finalización: 03/05/1991
59 Título del curso/seminario: I Curso de Actualización en Microbiología para Podólogos. Zaragoza Ciudad entidad organizadora: España Entidad organizadora: Departamento de Biomédicina y Salun Pública (Unidad de Microbiología) Universidad de Zaragoza. Tipo de entidad: Universidad Duración en horas: 14 horas Fecha de finalización: 14/03/1991
60 Título del curso/seminario: I Curso de Embriología e Histología para Podólogos. Zaragoza Ciudad entidad organizadora: España Entidad organizadora: Departamento de Ciencias Morfológicas de la Universidad de Zaragoza. Tipo de entidad: Universidad Duración en horas: 12 horas Fecha de finalización: 10/03/1991
61 Título del curso/seminario: II Curso de Anatomía de la Extremidad Inferior para Podólogos. Zaragoza Ciudad entidad organizadora: España Entidad organizadora: Departamento de Ciencias Morfológicas de la Universidad de Zaragoza. Tipo de entidad: Universidad Duración en horas: 12 horas Fecha de finalización: 24/02/1991
62 Título del curso/seminario: I Curso de Anatomía de la Extremidad Inferior para Podólogos. Zaragoza. Ciudad entidad organizadora: España Entidad organizadora: Departamento de Ciencias Morfológicas de la Universidad de Zaragoza. Tipo de entidad: Asociaciones y Agrupaciones Duración en horas: 14 horas Fecha de finalización: 03/02/1991
63 Título del curso/seminario: VI Jornadas Vasco-Navarras de Podología. Estella Ciudad entidad organizadora: España Entidad organizadora: Asociación Vasco Navarra de Podólogos. Tipo de entidad: Asociaciones y Agrupaciones Duración en horas: 8 horas Fecha de finalización: 28/10/1990
64 Título del curso/seminario: Pre-Doctoral Course in Podiatric Surgery . Ciudad entidad organizadora: España Entidad organizadora: New York College of Podiatric Medicine Tipo de entidad: Asociaciones y Agrupaciones Duración en horas: 26 horas Fecha de finalización: 01/04/1990
65 Título del curso/seminario: 1 Curso de Cirugía Podiátrica. Programa de Formación Postbásica para podólogos. Madrid Ciudad entidad organizadora: España Entidad organizadora: New York College of Podiatric Medicine y la Universidad Complutense de Madrid. Tipo de entidad: Asociaciones y Agrupaciones Duración en horas: 14 horas Fecha de finalización: 31/03/1990
66 Título del curso/seminario: Jornadas de Iniciación en Cirugía Ambulatoria Podológica. Madrid. Ciudad entidad organizadora: España Entidad organizadora: ACAP. Tipo de entidad: Asociaciones y Agrupaciones Duración en horas: 14 horas Fecha de finalización: 17/12/1989
67 Título del curso/seminario: XXI Congreso Nacional de Podología. San Sebastián Ciudad entidad organizadora: España Entidad organizadora: Federación Española de Podólogos. Tipo de entidad: Asociaciones y Agrupaciones Duración en horas: 16 horas Fecha de finalización: 12/10/1989
68 Título del curso/seminario: Curso sobre el Pie en la Tercera Edad. Ciudad entidad organizadora: España Entidad organizadora: Asociación Madrileña de Podólogos y Servicio de Angiología y Cirugía Vascular de La Paz. Tipo de entidad: Asociaciones y Agrupaciones Duración en horas: 8 horas Fecha de finalización: 11/02/1989
69 Título del curso/seminario: XX Congreso Nacional de Podología. Valencia Ciudad entidad organizadora: España Entidad organizadora: Federación Española de Podólogos. Tipo de entidad: Asociaciones y Agrupaciones Duración en horas: 16 horas Fecha de finalización: 05/06/1988
70 Título del curso/seminario: 1º Simposium de Actualización en Podología . Madrid Ciudad entidad organizadora: España Entidad organizadora: Asociación Madrileña de Podólogos. Tipo de entidad: Asociaciones y Agrupaciones Duración en horas: 8 horas Fecha de finalización: 27/02/1988
71 Título del curso/seminario: 1 Curso de Medicina Ortopédica. Zaragoza . Ciudad entidad organizadora: España Entidad organizadora: Colegio Oficial de Médicos de Zaragoza. Tipo de entidad: Instituciones Sanitarias Duración en horas: 14 horas Fecha de finalización: 02/02/1988
72 Título del curso/seminario: IV Jornadas Aragonesas de Podología. Monzón (Huesca ) Ciudad entidad organizadora: España Entidad organizadora: Asociación Aragonesa de Podología Tipo de entidad: Asociaciones y Agrupaciones Duración en horas: 16 horas Fecha de finalización: 29/11/1987
73 Título del curso/seminario: Jornades Temàtiques de Podologia de lesport. Barcelona Ciudad entidad organizadora: España Entidad organizadora: Asociación Catalana de Podólogos. Tipo de entidad: Asociaciones y Agrupaciones Duración en horas: 8 horas Fecha de finalización: 09/03/1987
74 Título del curso/seminario: IV Jornadas Vasco-Navarras de Podología. Vitoria 30/11/1986 Ciudad entidad organizadora: España Entidad organizadora: Asocición Vasco Navarra de Podología Tipo de entidad: Asociaciones y Agrupaciones Duración en horas: 14 horas Fecha de finalización: 30/11/1986
75 Título del curso/seminario: XVIII Congreso Nacional de Podología. Zaragoza. Ciudad entidad organizadora: España Entidad organizadora: Asociación Española de Podólogos. Tipo de entidad: Asociaciones y Agrupaciones Duración en horas: 12 horas Fecha de finalización: 04/05/1986
76 Título del curso/seminario: XVII Congreso Nacional de Podología Ciudad entidad organizadora: España Entidad organizadora: Asociación Española de Podología Tipo de entidad: Asociaciones y Agrupaciones Duración en horas: 12 horas Fecha de finalización: 12/09/1985
77 Título del curso/seminario: III Jornadas Vasco-Navarras de Podología Ciudad entidad organizadora: España Entidad organizadora: Asociación Vasco Navarra de Podologia Tipo de entidad: Asociaciones y Agrupaciones Duración en horas: 12 horas Fecha de finalización: 02/06/1985
78 Título del curso/seminario: XI Congreso Internacional de Podología Ciudad entidad organizadora: España Entidad organizadora: Asociación Española de Podólogos Tipo de entidad: Asociaciones y Agrupaciones Duración en horas: 14 horas Fecha de finalización: 14/03/1985
79 Título del curso/seminario: I Curs de Formació Permanent per a Podòlegs Ciudad entidad organizadora: España Entidad organizadora: Asociación Catalana de Podòlegs Tipo de entidad: Organismo, Otros Duración en horas: 8 horas Fecha de finalización: 18/06/1982
Actividad docente
Formación académica impartida
1 Tipo de docencia: Docencia no oficial Nombre de la asignatura/curso: Director de Formación en el curso de Cirugía de Mínima Incisión. Nivel Avanzado. Valencia. 2011 Fecha de inicio: 18/02/2011 Fecha de finalización: 07/05/2011 Tipo de horas/créditos ECTS: Horas Nº de horas/créditos ECTS: 56 Entidad de realización: AEMIS Ciudad entidad realización: España
2 Tipo de docencia: Docencia no oficial Nombre de la asignatura/curso: Docente en el Colegio de Podólogos de la Rioja. Posibilidades de la Cirugía MIS» 2011 Fecha de inicio: 31/03/2011 Fecha de finalización: 31/03/2011 Tipo de horas/créditos ECTS: Horas Nº de horas/créditos ECTS: 4 Entidad de realización: Colegio Oficial de Podólogos de la Rioja Ciudad entidad realización: España
3 Tipo de docencia: Docencia no oficial Nombre de la asignatura/curso: Director del curso de Cirugía de Mínima Incisión. Nivel Medio 2011 Fecha de inicio: 19/11/2010 Fecha de finalización: 22/01/2011 Tipo de horas/créditos ECTS: Horas Nº de horas/créditos ECTS: 42 Entidad de realización: AEMIS Ciudad entidad realización: España
4 Tipo de docencia: Docencia oficial Nombre de la asignatura/curso: Director – Coordinador del II Postgrado de Cirugía de Mínima Incisión. Curso 2007 -2008 Fecha de inicio: 01/09/2007 Fecha de finalización: 30/06/2008 Tipo de horas/créditos ECTS: Créditos Nº de horas/créditos ECTS: 60 Entidad de realización: Escuela Universitaria de Ciencias de la Salud. FUB Manresa Ciudad entidad realización: España
5 Tipo de docencia: Docencia oficial Nombre de la asignatura/curso: Director – Coordinador del I Postgrado de Cirugía de Mínima Incisión. Curso 2006 -2007 Fecha de inicio: 01/09/2006 Fecha de finalización: 30/06/2007 Tipo de horas/créditos ECTS: Créditos Nº de horas/créditos ECTS: 60 Entidad de realización: Escuela Universitaria de Ciencias de la Salud. FUB Manresa Ciudad entidad realización: España
6 Tipo de docencia: Docencia oficial Nombre de la asignatura/curso: Docente del I Postgrado de Cirugía de Mínima Incisión. Curso 2006 -2007 Fecha de inicio: 01/09/2006 Fecha de finalización: 30/06/2007 Tipo de horas/créditos ECTS: Horas Nº de horas/créditos ECTS: 56 Entidad de realización: Escuela Universitaria de Ciencias de la Salud. FUB Manresa. Ciudad entidad realización: España
7 Tipo de docencia: Docencia no oficial Nombre de la asignatura/curso: Docente en el Taller práctico de iniciación a la Cirugía de Mínima Incisión 2007 Fecha de inicio: 05/03/2007 Fecha de finalización: 07/03/2007 Tipo de horas/créditos ECTS: Horas Nº de horas/créditos ECTS: 8 Entidad de realización: Escuela Universitaria de Ciencias de la Salud de Alicante. Universidad Miguel Hernández Ciudad entidad realización: España
8 Tipo de docencia: Docencia no oficial Nombre de la asignatura/curso: Docente iniciación a la Cirugía de Mínima Incisión. Cirugía del Primer Radio 2007 Fecha de inicio: 04/03/2007 Fecha de finalización: 05/03/2007 Tipo de horas/créditos ECTS: Horas Nº de horas/créditos ECTS: 4 Entidad de realización: Escuela Universitaria de Ciencias de la Salud de Alicante. Universidad Miguel Hernández Ciudad entidad realización: España
9 Tipo de docencia: Docencia no oficial Nombre de la asignatura/curso: Docente en el Curso de Cirugía de Mínima Incisión 2006 Fecha de inicio: 05/02/2006 Fecha de finalización: 06/02/2006 Tipo de horas/créditos ECTS: Horas Nº de horas/créditos ECTS: 4 Entidad de realización: Escuela Universitaria de Ciencias de la Salud. FUB – UAB Ciudad entidad realización: España
10 Tipo de docencia: Docencia no oficial Nombre de la asignatura/curso: Docente y Dirección de prácticas en el curso de Iniciación a la Cirugía MIS 2005 Fecha de inicio: 12/11/2005 Fecha de finalización: 14/11/2005 Tipo de horas/créditos ECTS: Horas Nº de horas/créditos ECTS: 16 Entidad de realización: Escuela Universitaria de Ciencias de la Salud. FUB – UAB Ciudad entidad realización: España
11 Tipo de docencia: Docencia no oficial Nombre de la asignatura/curso: Docente en el Curso de Patología del arco Longitudinal Interno 2005 Fecha de inicio: 05/11/2005 Fecha de finalización: 05/11/2005 Tipo de horas/créditos ECTS: Horas Nº de horas/créditos ECTS: 2 Entidad de realización: AECP Ciudad entidad realización: España 12 Tipo de docencia: Docencia no oficial Nombre de la asignatura/curso: Docente y Director de Prácticas en el Taller de Cirugía de Mínima Incisión 2004 Fecha de inicio: 04/09/2004 Fecha de finalización: 06/09/2004 Tipo de horas/créditos ECTS: Horas Nº de horas/créditos ECTS: 16 Entidad de realización: FUB – UAB Ciudad entidad realización: España
13 Tipo de docencia: Docencia oficial Nombre de la asignatura/curso: Docente y Director de Prácticas en el Taller Monográfico de Cirugía de Mínima Incisión. 2004 Fecha de inicio: 06/03/2004 Fecha de finalización: 07/03/2004 Tipo de horas/créditos ECTS: Horas Nº de horas/créditos ECTS: 16 Entidad de realización: FUB – UAB Ciudad entidad realización: España
14 Tipo de docencia: Docencia no oficial Nombre de la asignatura/curso: Docente y Director de Prácticas en el I Seminario Monográfico de Técnicas de Cirugía de Mínima Incisión. 2003 Fecha de inicio: 03/09/2003 Fecha de finalización: 05/09/2003 Tipo de horas/créditos ECTS: Horas Nº de horas/créditos ECTS: 16 Entidad de realización: AEMIS Ciudad entidad realización: España
15 Tipo de docencia: Docencia oficial Nombre de la asignatura/curso: Docente en el Master de Cirugía Podológica de la UB. 2003 Fecha de inicio: 05/05/2003 Fecha de finalización: 05/05/2003 Tipo de horas/créditos ECTS: Horas Nº de horas/créditos ECTS: 4 Entidad de realización: Escuela de Podología Belbiche. UB Ciudad entidad realización: España
16 Tipo de docencia: Docencia no oficial Nombre de la asignatura/curso: Docente en el Prácticum de Cirugía MIS 2012 Fecha de inicio: 11/05/2012 Tipo de horas/créditos ECTS: Horas Nº de horas/créditos ECTS: 16 Entidad de realización: AEMIS. Departamento de anatomía de la Universidad Autónoma de Barcelona Ciudad entidad realización: España
17 Tipo de docencia: Docencia no oficial Nombre de la asignatura/curso: Director de Formación e Instructor del Taller Práctico de Técnicas de Cirugía MIS 2008 Fecha de inicio: 27/03/2008 Tipo de horas/créditos ECTS: Horas Nº de horas/créditos ECTS: 16 Entidad de realización: Anatomy Center Ciudad entidad realización: España
18 Tipo de docencia: Docencia oficial Nombre de la asignatura/curso: Docente del II Postgrado de Cirugía de Mínima Incisión. Curso 2007 -2008 Tipo de horas/créditos ECTS: Horas Nº de horas/créditos ECTS: 60 Entidad de realización: Escuela Universitaria de Ciencias de la Salud. FUB Manresa. Ciudad entidad realización: España
19 Tipo de docencia: Docencia oficial Nombre de la asignatura/curso: Director – Coordinador del III Postgrado de Cirugía de Mínima Incisión. Curso 2008 -2009 Tipo de horas/créditos ECTS: Créditos Nº de horas/créditos ECTS: 60 Entidad de realización: Escuela Universitaria de Ciencias de la Salud. FUB Manresa. Ciudad entidad realización: España
20 Tipo de docencia: Docencia oficial Nombre de la asignatura/curso: Docente del III Postgrado de Cirugía de Mínima Incisión. Curso 2008 -2009 Tipo de horas/créditos ECTS: Horas Nº de horas/créditos ECTS: 26 Entidad de realización: Escuela Universitaria de Ciencias de la Salud. FUB Manresa Ciudad entidad realización: España
21 Tipo de docencia: Docencia oficial Nombre de la asignatura/curso: Director – Coordinador del IV Postgrado de Cirugía de Mínima Incisión. Curso 2009 -2010 Tipo de horas/créditos ECTS: Créditos Nº de horas/créditos ECTS: 60 Entidad de realización: Escuela Universitaria de Ciencias de la Salud. FUB Manresa Ciudad entidad realización: España
22 Tipo de docencia: Docencia oficial Nombre de la asignatura/curso: Docente del III Postgrado de Cirugía de Mínima Incisión. Curso 2009 -2010 Tipo de horas/créditos ECTS: Horas Nº de horas/créditos ECTS: 60 Entidad de realización: Escuela Universitaria de Ciencias de la Salud. FUB Manresa Ciudad entidad realización: España
23 Tipo de docencia: Docencia no oficial Nombre de la asignatura/curso: Docente en el Curso de Cirugía de Mínima Incisión 2010 Tipo de horas/créditos ECTS: Horas Nº de horas/créditos ECTS: 16 Entidad de realización: Colegio Oficial de Podólogos de Canarias Ciudad entidad realización: España
24 Tipo de docencia: Docencia no oficial Nombre de la asignatura/curso: Docente en el curso de Cirugía de Mínima Incisión. Nivel Medio 2011 Tipo de horas/créditos ECTS: Horas Nº de horas/créditos ECTS: 42 Entidad de realización: AEMIS Ciudad entidad realización: España
25 Tipo de docencia: Docencia oficial Nombre de la asignatura/curso: Director Postgrado de Cirugía podológica de Mínima Incisión Curso 2011 -2012 Tipo de horas/créditos ECTS: Créditos Nº de horas/créditos ECTS: 60 Entidad de realización: Universidad Católica de Valencia San Vicente Mártir Ciudad entidad realización: España
26 Tipo de docencia: Docencia oficial Nombre de la asignatura/curso: Docente en el I Postgrado de Cirugía de Mínima Incisión. Curso 2011 12 Tipo de horas/créditos ECTS: Horas Nº de horas/créditos ECTS: 59 Entidad de realización: Universidad Católica de Valencia San Vicente Mártir Ciudad entidad realización: España
27 Tipo de docencia: Docencia no oficial Nombre de la asignatura/curso: Docente en el Curso de CIRURGIA MIS III: CIRURGIA DHALLUX MULTITÈCNIQUES 2013 Tipo de horas/créditos ECTS: Créditos Nº de horas/créditos ECTS: 1,2 Entidad de realización: Collegi de Podòlegs de Catalunya Ciudad entidad realización: España
28 Tipo de docencia: Docencia no oficial Nombre de la asignatura/curso: Docente en las 1ª Jornada de Actualización en Cirugía MIS 2013 Tipo de horas/créditos ECTS: Horas Nº de horas/créditos ECTS: 12
Entidad de realización: AEMIS. Departamento de anatomía de la Universidad Autónoma de Barcelona Ciudad entidad realización: España
29 Tipo de docencia: Docencia oficial Nombre de la asignatura/curso: Director en el II Master de Cirugía podológica de Mínima Incisión. Curso 2013 -2014. Tipo de horas/créditos ECTS: Créditos Nº de horas/créditos ECTS: 60 Entidad de realización: Universidad Católica de Valencia Ciudad entidad realización: España
30 Tipo de docencia: Docencia oficial Nombre de la asignatura/curso: Director en el III Master de Cirugía podológica de Mínima Incisión. Curso 2014 -2015. Universidad Católica de Valencia. Tipo de horas/créditos ECTS: Créditos Nº de horas/créditos ECTS: 60 Entidad de realización: Universidad Católica de Valencia. Ciudad entidad realización: España
31 Tipo de docencia: Docencia oficial Nombre de la asignatura/curso: Docente en el III Master Oficial de Cirugía de Mínima Incisión. Curso 2014 2015 Tipo de horas/créditos ECTS: Horas Nº de horas/créditos ECTS: 59 Entidad de realización: Universidad Católica de Valencia Ciudad entidad realización: España
32 Tipo de docencia: Docencia oficial Nombre de la asignatura/curso: Director en el IV Master de Cirugía podológica de Mínima Incisión. Curso 2015 -2016. Tipo de horas/créditos ECTS: Créditos Nº de horas/créditos ECTS: 60 Entidad de realización: Universidad Católica de Valencia. Ciudad entidad realización: España
33 Tipo de docencia: Docencia oficial Nombre de la asignatura/curso: Docente en el IV Master Oficial de Cirugía de Mínima Incisión. Curso 2015 16 Tipo de horas/créditos ECTS: Horas Nº de horas/créditos ECTS: 59 Entidad de realización: Universidad Católica de Valencia Ciudad entidad realización: España
34 Tipo de docencia: Docencia oficial Nombre de la asignatura/curso: Director en el V Master de Cirugía podológica de Mínima Incisión. Curso 2016 -2017. Tipo de horas/créditos ECTS: Créditos Nº de horas/créditos ECTS: 60 Entidad de realización: Universidad Católica de Valencia Ciudad entidad realización: España
35 Tipo de docencia: Docencia oficial Nombre de la asignatura/curso: Docente en el IV Master Oficial de Cirugía de Mínima Incisión. Curso 2015 16 Tipo de horas/créditos ECTS: Horas Nº de horas/créditos ECTS: 59 Entidad de realización: Universidad Católica de Valencia. Ciudad entidad realización: España 36 Tipo de docencia: Docencia no oficial Nombre de la asignatura/curso: Docente en el Curso de Cirugía de Mínima Incisión 2016 Tipo de horas/créditos ECTS: Horas Nº de horas/créditos ECTS: 8 Entidad de realización: AEMIS. Hospital Intermutual de Valencia Ciudad entidad realización: España 37 Tipo de docencia: Docencia oficial Nombre de la asignatura/curso: Director en el VI Master de Cirugía podológica de Mínima Incisión. Curso 2017 -2018. Tipo de horas/créditos ECTS: Créditos Nº de horas/créditos ECTS: 60 Entidad de realización: Universidad Católica de Valencia. Ciudad entidad realización: España 38 Tipo de docencia: Docencia no oficial Nombre de la asignatura/curso: Docente en el Curso de Infiltraciones en el Pie. Anestesia del pie. Puntos Diana 2018 Tipo de horas/créditos ECTS: Horas Nº de horas/créditos ECTS: 4 Entidad de realización: Colegio Oficial de Podólogos de la Comunidad de Madrid Ciudad entidad realización: España
Dirección de tesis doctorales y/o proyectos fin de carrera
1 Título del trabajo: Consideraciones clínicas y radiológicas en las metatarsalgias de rocker de antepié. conflictos en las parábolas metatarsales Entidad de realización: Universidad Católica de Valencia San Vicente Mártir Alumno/a: PEDRO ANTONIO NOGALES GÓMEZ Fecha de defensa: 15/06/2017 2 Título del trabajo: Aplicaciones de la cirugía minimamente invasiva en el pie diabético Entidad de realización: Universidad Católica de Valencia San Vicente Mártir Alumno/a: EDUARDO PÉREZ PATIÑO Fecha de defensa: 15/06/2017 3 Título del trabajo: Consolidación ósea en la osteotomía de reverdin-isham aplicando terapia de prgf-endoret Entidad de realización: Universidad Católica de Valencia San Vicente Mártir Alumno/a: MIGUEL MUÑOZ BAUTISTA Fecha de defensa: 15/06/2017
4 Título del trabajo: Tratamiento ortopodologico postquirúrgico, contol del molde en carga Entidad de realización: Universidad Católica de Valencia San Vicente Mártir Alumno/a: ENRIQUE PANERA RICO Fecha de defensa: 30/06/2016 5 Título del trabajo: Relación entre las desviaciones digitales y las dismetrías corticales de las falanges Entidad de realización: Universidad Católica de Valencia San Vicente Mártir Alumno/a: FERNANDO CHACÓN GIRÁLDEZ Fecha de defensa: 30/06/2016 6 Título del trabajo: Ostecondrosis y osteocondritis:tratamiento quirúrgico en la enfermedad de freiberg Entidad de realización: Universidad Católica de Valencia San Vicente Mártir Alumno/a: Marina Castells Veredas Fecha de defensa: 02/07/2015 7 Título del trabajo: Revisión sistemática de pautas analgésicas para el postoperatorio en cirugías de pie y tobillo Entidad de realización: Universidad Católica de Valencia San Vicente Mártir Alumno/a: José María Rico Plantón Fecha de defensa: 02/07/2015 8 Título del trabajo: Cirugía digital Entidad de realización: Universidad Católica de Valencia San Vicente Mártir Alumno/a: Lydia Aurea Serra Navarro Fecha de defensa: 02/07/2015 9 Título del trabajo: Osteocondroma vs Exóstosis Subungueal en la Deformidad de la Placa Ungel ueal Entidad de realización: Universidad Católica de Valencia San Vicente Mártir Alumno/a: Carmen Bonafé Vendrell Fecha de defensa: 26/06/2014 10 Título del trabajo: Cirugía podológica de Mínima Incisión versus Cirugía Abierta en el Quinto Varo Entidad de realización: Universidad Católica de Valencia San Vicente Mártir Alumno/a: Nadia Fernandez Ehrling Fecha de defensa: 26/06/2014 11 Título del trabajo: Estudio comparativo de las técnicas de artroplastias por cirugía abierta y MIS (minimal incision surgery) Entidad de realización: Universidad Católica de Valencia San Vicente Mártir Alumno/a: Francisco David Gutierrez Reyes Fecha de defensa: 26/06/2014 12 Título del trabajo: Volúmenes de anestésico utilizados en el bloqueo de tobillo y en cirugía mis. Entidad de realización: Universidad Católica de Valencia San Vicente Mártir Alumno/a: Consuelo Maria Romero Femenia Fecha de defensa: 26/06/2014
Participación en congresos con ponencias orientadas a la formación docente
1 Nombre del evento: XII Congreso de Investigación en Cirugía Ortopédica y Traumatología. (INVESCOT) Tipo de evento: Congreso Tipo de participación: Participativo – Ponencia oral (comunicación oral) Ciudad de celebración: España Fecha de presentación: 06/04/2018 Entidad organizadora: Asociación de Investigación en Cirugía Ortopédica y Traumatología. (INVESCOT) 2 Nombre del evento: V Congresso Nazionale Europeo S.I.P.eP. ROMA. Tipo de evento: Congreso Tipo de participación: Participativo – Ponencia oral (comunicación oral) Ciudad de celebración: Italia Fecha de presentación: 09/02/2018 Entidad organizadora: S.I.P.eP 3 Nombre del evento: 48 Congreso Nacional De Podología Tipo de evento: Congreso Tipo de participación: Participativo – Ponencia oral (comunicación oral) Ciudad de celebración: España Fecha de presentación: 20/10/2017 Entidad organizadora: Consejo General de Podólogos 4 Nombre del evento: II Seminario de osteosíntesis Mínimamente Invasiva Tipo de evento: Seminario Tipo de participación: Participativo – Ponencia oral (comunicación oral) Ciudad de celebración: España Fecha de presentación: 01/04/2015 Entidad organizadora: AEMIS 5 Nombre del evento: I Seminario de osteosíntesis Mínimamente Invasiva Tipo de evento: Seminario Tipo de participación: Participativo – Ponencia oral (comunicación oral) Ciudad de celebración: España Fecha de presentación: 27/03/2015 Entidad organizadora: AEMIS 6 Nombre del evento: 45 Congreso Nacional De Podología Tipo de evento: Congreso Tipo de participación: Participativo – Ponencia oral (comunicación oral) Ciudad de celebración: España Fecha de presentación: 02/10/2014 Entidad organizadora: Consejo General de Podólogos 7 Nombre del evento: XX Jornadas Catalanas de Podología Tipo de evento: Jornada Tipo de participación: Participativo – Ponencia oral (comunicación oral) Ciudad de celebración: España Fecha de presentación: 08/03/2014
Entidad organizadora: Colegio Oficial de Podólogos de Cataluña 8 Nombre del evento: II Seminario Internacional de Patología del Pie Tipo de evento: Seminario Tipo de participación: Participativo – Ponencia oral (comunicación oral) Ciudad de celebración: España Fecha de presentación: 06/02/2014 Entidad organizadora: Colegio de Podólogos de Aragón 9 Nombre del evento: 44 Congreso Nacional de Podología. Tipo de evento: Congreso Tipo de participación: Participativo – Ponencia oral (comunicación oral) Ciudad de celebración: España Fecha de presentación: 09/10/2013 Entidad organizadora: Consejo General de Podólogos 10 Nombre del evento: XII Seminario Internacional de Cirugía del Pie. Tipo de evento: Seminario Tipo de participación: Participativo – Ponencia oral (comunicación oral) Ciudad de celebración: España Fecha de presentación: 10/05/2013 Entidad organizadora: AECP 11 Nombre del evento: Seminario The Academy of Ambulatoy Foot & Ankle Surgery Tipo de evento: Seminario Tipo de participación: Participativo – Ponencia oral (comunicación oral) Ciudad de celebración: Estados Unidos de América Fecha de presentación: 08/11/2012 Entidad organizadora: AAFAS (Asociación Americana de Cirugía del Pie y Tobillo) 12 Nombre del evento: 43 Congreso Nacional de Podología Tipo de evento: Congreso Tipo de participación: Participativo – Ponencia oral (comunicación oral) Ciudad de celebración: España Fecha de presentación: 05/10/2012 Entidad organizadora: Consejo General de Podólogos 13 Nombre del evento: XVIII Jornadas Científicas de Podología Tipo de evento: Jornada Tipo de participación: Participativo – Ponencia oral (comunicación oral) Ciudad de celebración: España Fecha de presentación: 09/03/2012 Entidad organizadora: Colegio Oficial de Podólogos de Cataluña 14 Nombre del evento: XXII Congreso de la Federación Mexicana de Colegios de Ortopedia y Traumatología Tipo de evento: Congreso Tipo de participación: Participativo – Ponencia oral (comunicación oral) Ciudad de celebración: México Fecha de presentación: 24/10/2011 Entidad organizadora: Federación Mexicana de Colegios de Ortopedia y Traumatología
15 Nombre del evento: I Congreso Internacional de Cirugía de Mínima Incisión Tipo de evento: Congreso Tipo de participación: Participativo – Ponencia oral (comunicación oral) Ciudad de celebración: España Fecha de presentación: 05/07/2011 Entidad organizadora: AEMIS 16 Nombre del evento: Seminario Internacional de Patología del pie Tipo de evento: Seminario Tipo de participación: Participativo – Ponencia oral (comunicación oral) Ciudad de celebración: España Fecha de presentación: 27/01/2011 Entidad organizadora: Colegio de Podólogos de Aragón 17 Nombre del evento: 41 Congreso Nacional de Podología Tipo de evento: Congreso Tipo de participación: Participativo – Ponencia oral (comunicación oral) Ciudad de celebración: España Fecha de presentación: 07/10/2010 Entidad organizadora: Consejo General de Podólogos 18 Nombre del evento: V Congreso Interdisciplinario Nacional sobre Patología Vascular Tipo de evento: Congreso Tipo de participación: Participativo – Ponencia oral (comunicación oral) Ciudad de celebración: España Fecha de presentación: 20/05/2010 Entidad organizadora: Asociación Española de Cirugía Vascular 19 Nombre del evento: IX Seminario Internacional de Cirugía Podológica. Estructuras Anatómicas Implicadas en la Cirugía MIS del Hallux Valgus Tipo de evento: Seminario Tipo de participación: Participativo – Ponencia oral (comunicación oral) Ciudad de celebración: España Fecha de presentación: 10/05/2010 Entidad organizadora: A.E.C.P 20 Nombre del evento: Ponente en el Seminario de la AAFAS, en la Seminario de la AAFAS en UT Health Science Center San Antonio School of Medicine Tipo de evento: Seminario Tipo de participación: Participativo – Ponencia oral (comunicación oral) Ciudad de celebración: Estados Unidos de América Fecha de presentación: 02/04/2010 Entidad organizadora: AAFAS (Asociación Americana de Cirugía del Pie y Tobillo) 21 Nombre del evento: Seminario de la AAFAS, en la UT Health Science Center San Antonio School of Medicine, EEUU Tipo de evento: Seminario Tipo de participación: Participativo – Ponencia oral (comunicación oral) Ciudad de celebración: Puerto Rico Fecha de presentación: 15/10/2009 Entidad organizadora: AAFAS (Asociación Americana de Cirugía del Pie y Tobillo)
22 Nombre del evento: XXV día del Podólogo de la Comunidad de Madrid Tipo de evento: Jornada Tipo de participación: Participativo – Ponencia oral (comunicación oral) Ciudad de celebración: España Fecha de presentación: 08/03/2008 Entidad organizadora: Colegio Oficial de Podólogos de la Comunidad de Madrid 23 Nombre del evento: seminario celebrado por The Collage of Minimal Invasive Foot and Ankle Surgery Tipo de evento: Seminario Tipo de participación: Participativo – Ponencia oral (comunicación oral) Ciudad de celebración: Reino Unido Fecha de presentación: 20/10/2006 Entidad organizadora: FCMIFAS Collage of Minimal Invasive Foot and Ankle Surgery 24 Nombre del evento: Seminario Internacional de Cirugía Tipo de evento: Seminario Tipo de participación: Participativo – Ponencia oral (comunicación oral) Ciudad de celebración: España Fecha de presentación: 10/11/2005 Entidad organizadora: Colegio de Podólogos de Aragón 25 Nombre del evento: IV Seminario Internacional de Cirugía Podológica Tipo de evento: Seminario Tipo de participación: Participativo – Ponencia oral (comunicación oral) Ciudad de celebración: España Fecha de presentación: 06/05/2005 Entidad organizadora: AAFAS (Asociación Americana de Cirugía del Pie y Tobillo) 26 Nombre del evento: Scientific Seminal Sponsored by the AAFAS.Nueva Orleáns. Tipo de evento: Seminario Tipo de participación: Participativo – Ponencia oral (comunicación oral) Ciudad de celebración: Estados Unidos de América Fecha de presentación: 05/06/2004 Entidad organizadora: AAFAS (Asociación Americana de Cirugía del Pie y Tobillo) 27 Nombre del evento: X Jornadas Científicas de Podología. Barcelona Tipo de evento: Jornada Tipo de participación: Participativo – Ponencia oral (comunicación oral) Ciudad de celebración: España Fecha de presentación: 04/03/2004 Entidad organizadora: Colegio Oficial de Podólogos de Cataluña 28 Nombre del evento: III Jornadas Gallegas de Podología Tipo de evento: Jornada Tipo de participación: Participativo – Ponencia oral (comunicación oral) Ciudad de celebración: España Fecha de presentación: 05/02/2004 Entidad organizadora: Colegio Oficial de Podologos de Galicia
29 Nombre del evento: Scientific Seminar Sponsored by the AAFAS Tipo de evento: Seminario Tipo de participación: Participativo – Ponencia oral (comunicación oral) Ciudad de celebración: Estados Unidos de América Fecha de presentación: 06/06/2003 Entidad organizadora: AAFAS (Asociación Americana de Cirugía del Pie y Tobillo) 30 Nombre del evento: III Seminario del Hallux Abductus Valgus Tipo de evento: Jornada Tipo de participación: Participativo – Ponencia oral (comunicación oral) Ciudad de celebración: España Fecha de presentación: 04/04/2003 Entidad organizadora: AECP 31 Nombre del evento: II Congreso Nacional de la A.E.C.P Tipo de evento: Congreso Tipo de participación: Participativo – Ponencia oral (comunicación oral) Ciudad de celebración: España Fecha de presentación: 02/06/2001 Entidad organizadora: A.E.C.P 32 Nombre del evento: I Jornada Universitaria de Cirugía del pie Tipo de evento: Jornada Tipo de participación: Participativo – Ponencia oral (comunicación oral) Ciudad de celebración: España Fecha de presentación: 01/03/2001 Entidad organizadora: Universidad San Pablo CEU en colaboración con La Asociación Española de Cirugía Podológica
33 Nombre del evento: Ponente en el I Congreso Nacional de Cirugía Podología. Tipo de evento: Congreso Tipo de participación: Participativo – Ponencia oral (comunicación oral) Ciudad de celebración: España Fecha de presentación: 03/05/2000 Entidad organizadora: AECP
Actividades científicas y tecnológicas
Producción científica
Publicaciones, documentos científicos y técnicos
1 Eduardo Nieto García; Leonor Ramírez Andrés; Elena Nieto González. Diseño de las Osteotomías Digitales Incompletas. Técnicas ODI.Revista Española de Podología. 4ª Epoca.Vol XVIII. Nº 1, pp. 9 – 15. (España): 01/01/2012. ISSN 0210-1238 Tipo de producción: Artículo científico Tipo de soporte: Revista 2 Eduardo Nieto García; Leonor Ramírez Andrés; Elena Nieto González. Osteotomía de Haspell. Podoscopio. 3ª Época, Vol 1; nº 39, pp. 487 – 492. (España): Colegio de Podólogos de la Comunidad de Madrid, 01/01/2008. ISBN 0212-7393 Tipo de producción: Artículo científico Tipo de soporte: Revista 3 Eduardo Nieto García; Leonor Ramírez Andrés; Elena Nieto González. Quinto Varo. Técnicas MIS.Podoscopio. 3ª Época; Vol, 1; nº 39, pp. 501 – 505. (España): Colegio de Podólogos de la Comunidad de Madrid, 01/01/2008. ISSN 0212-7393 Tipo de producción: Artículo científico Tipo de soporte: Revista 4 Eduardo Nieto García; Leonor Ramírez Andrés; Elena Nieto González. Técnicas O.D.I. en cirugía de Mínima Incisión. Revista Española de Podología. 4ª Epoca.Vol XVIII. Nº 1, pp. 22 – 28. (España): CONSEJO GENERAL DE PODÓLOGOS, 01/01/2007. ISBN 0210-12382007 Tipo de producción: Artículo científico Tipo de soporte: Revista 5 Eduardo Nieto García. Osteotomía de Haspell. Revista Española de Podología. 4ª Epoca.Vol XVI. Nº 1, (España): CONSEJO GENERAL DE PODÓLOGOS, 01/01/2005. ISSN 0210-1238 Tipo de producción: Artículo científico Tipo de soporte: Revista 6 Eduardo Nieto García; Leonor Ramírez Andrés. Instrumental en Cirugía de Mínima Incisión. Revista Española de Podología. 4ª Epoca, Volumen XV, n º5, (España): CONSEJO GENERAL DE PODÓLOGOS, ISSN 0210-1238 Tipo de producción: Artículo científico Tipo de soporte: Revista 7 Eduardo Nieto García; Leonor Ramírez Andrés; Elena Nieto González; Luis Castillo Sánchez. Patologías susceptibles de cirugía mis. Parte 1. LA EXÓSTOSIS SUBUNGUEAL. El Peu. Vol 34; nº 1, pp. 8 – 13. (España): Colegio Oficial de Podólogos de Cataluña, ISBN 0212-7709 Tipo de producción: Artículo científico Tipo de soporte: Revista 8 Eduardo Nieto García. Cirugía Mínimamente Invasiva del pieAutor.Coordinador. Cirugía Mínimamente Invasiva del pie.(España): Editorial Glosa, 02/02/2017. ISBN 978-84-7429-660-0 Tipo de producción: Libro o monografía científica Tipo de soporte: Libro 9 Leonor Ramírez Andrés; Eduardo Nieto García; Elena Nieto González. Instrumental en Cirugía Mínimamente Invasiva. oCirugía Mínimamente Invasiva del pie. Capítulo 6, pp. 59 – 66. (España): Editorial Glosa, 02/02/2017. ISBN 978-84-7429-660-0 Tipo de producción: Libro o monografía científica Tipo de soporte: Libro
10 Eduardo Nieto García; Leonor Ramírez Andrés; Elena Nieto González. Osteotomías Digitales Incompletas. Técnicas ODI. Cirugía Mínimamente Invasiva del pie. Capítulo 11, pp. 101 – 107. (España): Editorial Glosa, 02/02/2017. ISBN 978-84-7429-660-0 Tipo de producción: Libro o monografía científica Tipo de soporte: Libro 11 Leonor Ramírez Andrés; Eduardo Nieto García; Elena Nieto González. Protocolos preoperatorios. Materiales y Vendajes: primer radio, dedos, metatarsianos, quinto radio. Multitécnicas. Cirugía Mínimamente Invasiva del pie. Capítulo 29, pp. 241 – 249. (España): Editorial Glosa, 02/02/2017. ISBN 978-84-7429-660-0 Tipo de producción: Libro o monografía científica Tipo de soporte: Libro 12 Eduardo Nieto García; Alfonso Rodriguez Baeza. Anestesia del Pie. Puntos Diana. Anestesia del Pie. Puntos Diana. (España): Editorial Glosa, 01/01/2011. ISBN 978-84-7429-533-7 Tipo de producción: Libro o monografía científica Tipo de soporte: Libro 13 Eduardo Nieto García; Alfonso Rodriguez Baeza. Estructuras Anatómicas Implicadas en la Práctica de la Cirugía de Mínima Incisión del pie.Estructuras Anatómicas Implicadas en la Práctica de la Cirugía de Mínima Incisión del pie.(España): 987-84-7429449-1, 01/01/2009. ISBN 987-84-7429449-1 Tipo de producción: Libro o monografía científica Tipo de soporte: Libro 14 Eduardo Nieto García. Cirugía Podológica. Técnicas de Mínima Incisión.Cirugía Podológica. Técnicas de Mínima Incisión.(España): 01/05/2004. ISBN 84-95282-84-4 Tipo de producción: Libro o monografía científica Tipo de soporte: Libro 15 Eduardo Nieto García. Cirugía MIS del Hallux Valgus Medio. Cirugía Podológica. Técnicas de Mínima Incisión.Capítulo 4, pp. 59 – 72. (España): MILETO EDICIONES, 01/05/2004. ISBN 978-84-95-282-84-2 Tipo de producción: Libro o monografía científica Tipo de soporte: Libro 16 Eduardo Nieto García. Osteotomía de Haspell. Cirugía Podológica. Técnicas de Mínima Incisión. Capítulo 12, pp. 176 – 185. (España): 01/05/2004. ISBN 978-84-95-282-84-2 Tipo de producción: Libro o monografía científica Tipo de soporte: Libro 17 Eduardo Nieto García; Elena Nieto González; Javier Ferrer Torregrosa. Principios de la Cirugía Mínimamente Invasiva. Cirugía Mínimamente Invasiva del pie.Capítulo 2, pp. 23 – 28. (España): Editorial Glosa, ISBN 978-84-7429-660-0 Tipo de producción: Libro o monografía científica Tipo de soporte: Libro 18 Elena Nieto González; Eduardo Nieto García; Leonor Ramírez Andrés. Técnicas de Cirugía Mínimamente Invasiva Combinadas. Cirugía Mínimamente Invasiva del pie. Capítulo 12, pp. 109 – 114. (España): Editorial Glosa, ISBN 978-84-7429-660-0 Tipo de producción: Libro o monografía científica Tipo de soporte: Libro 19 Eduardo Nieto García; Leonor Ramírez Andrés; Elena Nieto González. Osteotomías Elevadoras, Acortadoras y Múltiples. Cirugía Mínimamente Invasiva del pie. Capítulo 13, pp. 117 – 124. (España): Editorial Glosa, ISBN 978-84-7429-660-0 Tipo de producción: Libro o monografía científica Tipo de soporte: Libro 20 Eduardo Nieto García. Artroplastia STOE por Mínima Incisión. PODOMORFO. Volumen 1, nº 3, Canarias(España): Tipo de soporte: Revista 21 Eduardo Nieto García. Técnica Reverdin-Isham para el Hallux Valgus Medio. Revista Española de Podología. 4ª Epoca, Volumen XIV, n º2, pp. 86 – 91. (España): CONSEJO GENERAL DE PODÓLOGOS, ISSN 0210-1238 Tipo de soporte: Revista
Gestión de I+D+i y participación en comités científicos
Comités científicos, técnicos y/o asesores
1 Título del comité: Miembro del Comité Científico del 44 Congreso Nacional de Podología Entidad de afiliación: Consejo General de Podólogos Fecha de inicio: 01/10/2013 2 Título del comité: Miembro del Comité Científico del 39 Congreso Nacional de Podología Entidad de afiliación: Consejo General de Podólogos Fecha de inicio: 01/10/2008 3 Título del comité: Miembro del Comité científico I congreso Internacional De Cirugía de Mínima Incisión Entidad de afiliación: AEMIS
Otros méritos
Acreditaciones/reconocimientos obtenidos
1 Descripción: Presidente Honorario en el V Congresso Nazionale Europeo S.I.P.eP Entidad acreditante: S.I.P.eP Ciudad entidad acreditante: Italia Fecha de obtención: 09/02/2018 2 Descripción: Reconocimiento como Miembro de Honor de la Asociación Española de Cirugía de Mínima Incisión Entidad acreditante: AEMIS Ciudad entidad acreditante: España Fecha de obtención: 01/07/2011 3 Descripción: Premio de la revista PODOSCOPIO, al artículo “Osteotomía de Haspell” .publicado en la Revista Podoscopio 3ª Epoca.Vol I. 3ª Nº 39. 2008 Entidad acreditante: Colegio Oficial de Podólogos de Madrid Ciudad entidad acreditante: España Fecha de obtención: 01/05/2009 4 Descripción: Reconocimiento de méritos de la Escola Universitarias de Ciencias de la Salud de Manresa Entidad acreditante: FUB Ciudad entidad acreditante: España Fecha de obtención: 01/07/2008 5 Descripción: Reconocimiento de méritos de la Escola Universitarias de Ciencias de la Salud de Manresa Entidad acreditante: FUB Ciudad entidad acreditante: España Fecha de obtención: 01/07/2007
6 Descripción: Reconocimiento como Miembro Honorario de “The Collage of Minimal Invasive Foot and Ankle Surgery Entidad acreditante: FCMIFAS Ciudad entidad acreditante: Reino Unido Fecha de obtención: 01/02/2006 7 Descripción: Full Professor of Surgery de la Academia de Cirugía Ambulatoria de Pie y Tobillo Entidad acreditante: AAFAS Ciudad entidad acreditante: Estados Unidos de América Fecha de obtención: 01/06/2005 8 Descripción: Reconocimiento de méritos de AAFAS por la dedicación y contribución al desarrollo de la cirugía del pie Entidad acreditante: AAFAS Ciudad entidad acreditante: Estados Unidos de América Fecha de obtención: 20/06/2004 9 Descripción: Reconocimiento de méritos de AAFAS por la dedicación y contribución al desarrollo de la cirugía del pie Entidad acreditante: AAFAS Ciudad entidad acreditante: Estados Unidos de América Fecha de obtención: 25/06/2001

Dr. Ángel Orejana M. García

Prof. Colaborador Dpto. de Enfermería de la U.C.M.

Servicio Patología y Ortopedia de la C.U.P. de la U.C.M.

Dr. Roberto Pascual

Diplomado en Podología. Universidad Complutense de Madrid. 1997.

Máster Atención en Cuidados. Universidad Complutense de Madrid. 2005.
Profesor Titular de Universidad. Grado en Podología. Universidad Miguel Hernández. Elche.
Docente del Máster en Podología Infantil. Universidad de Barcelona.
Docente del Máster en Podología Deportiva. Universidad de Católica de Valencia.
Director Curso Exploración Biomecánica y Técnicas de Análisis de Movimientos Humanos en Podología.

Dr. Javier Pascual Huerta

Grado en Podología por la Universidad Complutense de Madrid y Doctor por la Universidad Complutense de Madrid (Premio Extraordinario de Doctorado de la Facultad de Medicina).

Grado en Humanidades por la Universidad Europea de Madrid; Máster en Podología Clínica y Quirúrgica y Fellowship in Podiatric Medicine and Surgery por la Temple University School of Podiatric Medicine (Philadelphia, PA). Residencia realizada en la Clínica Universitaria de Podología de la Universidad Complutense de Madrid. Profesor del Departamento de Podología de la Universidad Europea de Madrid durante más de 10 años. Director del Máster Oficial en Podología Clínica y Quirúrgica. Más de 15 años de experiencia en el tratamiento de la biomecánica y de la cirugía del pie incluyendo cirugía osteoarticular del pie. Autor de varios artículos en revistas nacionales e internacionales en la Biomecánica y Cirugía del Pie.

Dr. Bernat Cabestany Perich

Diplomado en Podología.
Podólogo experto en cirugía en Novamedicum

Màster en Cirurgia Podològica.
Podólogo experto en cirugía en Novamedicum
Profesor de Quiropodología  y Cirurgia Podològica.
Profesor de Biomecànica y Podología General.

Dr. Luis E. Roche Seruendo

Diplomado en Fisioterapia y Podología.

Máster en rendimiento deportivo:
Tecnificación y alto nivel. Especialidad atletismo.

Máster en terapia manual ortopédica (Kaltenborn-Evjenth).

Doctorando en Biomedicina por la Universidad de Granada.

Formación de postgrado en: biomecánica, Anatomy in Motion, punción seca, ecografía, EPI, fibrólisis diacutánea, concepto Mulligan…

Actualmente desarrolla su labor docente en el grado en fisioterapia de la Universidad San Jorge impartiendo su docencia en la asignatura de Biomecánica Humana y Fisioterapia deportiva dónde aborda especialmente el análisis de movimiento del gesto técnico en diferentes áreas deportivas. Además, colabora en varias universidades españolas e internacionales en programas de grado y postgrado siempre en relación a la biomecánica y el tratamiento del deportista.

Dra. Mª Del Mar Ruiz Herrera

Especialista en Cirugía de Pie y Tobillo, por la Facultad de Medicina de la UCM.

Dr. José Luis Salcini Macías

Dr. Prof. Cirugía Podológica Universidad de Sevilla. ESPAÑA.

1.Libros

  1. Título: TUMORES DE LA PIEL Y DE LAS PARTES BLANDAS DEL PIE

Lugar: SANTANDER

Editorial: EXA

Año: 2003

Nª de páginas:

ISBN: 84-607-9557-8

Autores: Salcini-Macias, Jose Luis; Valero-Salas, José; Lafuente-Sotillos, Guillermo

  1. Título: TUMORES DE LA PIEL Y DE LAS PARTES BLANDAS DEL PIE

Lugar: SANTANDER

Editorial: EXA

Año: 2003

Nª de páginas:

ISBN: 84-607-9557-8

Autores: Salcini-Macias, Jose Luis; Valero-Salas, José; Lafuente-Sotillos, Guillermo

2.Aportaciones a Congresos, etc.

Título de la aportación: CORRECCIÓN QUIRÚRGICA DEL JUANETE DE SASTRE MEDIANTE PROCEDIMIENTO SPONSER

Nombre del congreso: XXXIV Congreso Nacional de Podología

Tipo de evento: Ponencia en Congreso

Ámbito:

Año: 02/10/2003 – 04/10/2003

Lugar: Cáceres

Autores: Salcini-Macias, Jose Luis; Ortiz-romero, Mercedes ; Benhamú-Benhamú, Salomón; Gordillo-Fernandez, Luis Maria

  1. Título de la aportación: LOS TRASTORNOS MUSCULO ESQUELETICOS COMO CAUSA DE EP EN ANDALUCIA

Nombre del congreso: NUEVAS PERSPECTIVAS EN LA INTERVENCION PSICOPEDAGOGICA: II. ORIENTACION, EDUCAION ESPECIAL Y FORMACION DEL PROFESORADO (.2002.MADRID, ESPAÑA)

Tipo de evento: Comunicación en congreso

Ámbito: Nacional

Año: 01/01/2002

Lugar:

Autores: Salcini-Macias, Jose Luis; Moreno-Blanco, Antonio; Mora-Fernández, Matilde; Mora-Vicente, Jesús; Oneto-Otero, Jesús; Ares-Camerino, Antonio; Paz-Fernández, José Antonio De

  1. Título de la aportación: PROGRAMA DE PREVENCION DEL CANCER DE MAMA

Nombre del congreso: NUEVAS PERSPECTIVAS EN LA INTERVENCION PSICOPEDAGOGICA: II. ORIENTACION, EDUCAION ESPECIAL Y FORMACION DEL PROFESORADO (.2002.MADRID, ESPAÑA)

Tipo de evento: Comunicación en congreso

Ámbito: Nacional

Año: 01/01/2002

Lugar:

Autores: Salcini-Macias, Jose Luis; Moreno-Blanco, Antonio; Mora-Fernández, Matilde; Mora-Vicente, Jesús; Oneto-Otero, Jesús; Ares-Camerino, Antonio; Paz-Fernández, José Antonio De

  1. Título de la aportación: PREVALENCIA DEL VIRUS DE LA HEPATITIS C

Nombre del congreso: NUEVAS PERSPECTIVAS EN LA INTERVENCION PSICOPEDAGOGICA: II. ORIENTACION, EDUCAION ESPECIAL Y FORMACION DEL PROFESORADO (.2002.MADRID, ESPAÑA)

Tipo de evento: Comunicación en congreso

Ámbito: Nacional

Año: 01/01/2002

Lugar:

Autores: Salcini-Macias, Jose Luis; Moreno-Blanco, Antonio; Mora-Fernández, Matilde; Mora-Vicente, Jesús; Oneto-Otero, Jesús; Ares-Camerino, Antonio; Paz-Fernández, José Antonio De

  1. Título de la aportación: LOS SERVICIOS DE SALUD LABORAL EN LA ADMINISTRACION LOCAL

Nombre del congreso: NUEVAS PERSPECTIVAS EN LA INTERVENCION PSICOPEDAGOGICA: II. ORIENTACION, EDUCAION ESPECIAL Y FORMACION DEL PROFESORADO (.2002.MADRID, ESPAÑA)

Tipo de evento: Comunicación en congreso

Ámbito: Nacional

Año: 01/01/2002

Lugar:

Autores: Salcini-Macias, Jose Luis; Moreno-Blanco, Antonio; Mora-Fernández, Matilde; Mora-Vicente, Jesús; Oneto-Otero, Jesús; Ares-Camerino, Antonio; Paz-Fernández, José Antonio De

  1. Título de la aportación: DOBLE ARTRODESIS Y RESECCIÓN METATARSAL. COMPENSACIÓN ORTOPODOLÓGICA

Nombre del congreso: XXXIII CONGRESO NACIONAL DE PODOLOGÍA () (.2002.CÁDIZ)

Tipo de evento: Comunicación en congreso

Ámbito: Nacional

Año: 01/01/2002 –

Lugar: CÁDIZ

Autores: Castillo-López, José Manuel; Munuera-Martínez, Pedro Vicente; Salcini-Macias, Jose Luis; Dominguez-Maldonado, Gabriel

  1. Título de la aportación: FUNCION SISTOLICA Y FUNCION DIASTOLICA EN LA PREDICCION DEL PRONOSTICO EN LA MIOCARDIOPATIA DILATADA: IMPORTANCIA DEL TIEMPO DE DESACELERACION

Nombre del congreso: NUEVAS PERSPECTIVAS EN LA INTERVENCION PSICOPEDAGOGICA: II. ORIENTACION, EDUCAION ESPECIAL Y FORMACION DEL PROFESORADO (.2002.MADRID, ESPAÑA)

Tipo de evento: Comunicación en congreso

Ámbito: Nacional

Año: 01/01/2002

Lugar:

Autores: Salcini-Macias, Jose Luis; Moreno-Blanco, Antonio; Mora-Fernández, Matilde; Mora-Vicente, Jesús; Oneto-Otero, Jesús; Ares-Camerino, Antonio; Paz-Fernández, José Antonio De

  1. Título de la aportación: CREACION DE UN MODELO 3 D REALISTA DEL CUERPO HUMANO. SU APLICACION AL LANZAMIENTO DE PESO.

Nombre del congreso: NUEVAS PERSPECTIVAS EN LA INTERVENCION PSICOPEDAGOGICA: II. ORIENTACION, EDUCAION ESPECIAL Y FORMACION DEL PROFESORADO (.2002.MADRID, ESPAÑA)

Tipo de evento: Comunicación en congreso

Ámbito: Nacional

Año: 01/01/2002

Lugar:

Autores: Salcini-Macias, Jose Luis; Moreno-Blanco, Antonio; Mora-Fernández, Matilde; Mora-Vicente, Jesús; Oneto-Otero, Jesús; Ares-Camerino, Antonio; Paz-Fernández, José Antonio De

  1. Título de la aportación: ANALISIS COMPARATIVO DEL TIEMPO DE VUELO EN SALTOS VERTICALES CON PLATAFORMA DE FUERZAS Y PLATAFORMA DE CONTACTOS.

Nombre del congreso: NUEVAS PERSPECTIVAS EN LA INTERVENCION PSICOPEDAGOGICA: II. ORIENTACION, EDUCAION ESPECIAL Y FORMACION DEL PROFESORADO (.2002.MADRID, ESPAÑA)

Tipo de evento: Comunicación en congreso

Ámbito: Nacional

Año: 01/01/2002

Lugar:

Autores: Salcini-Macias, Jose Luis; Moreno-Blanco, Antonio; Mora-Fernández, Matilde; Mora-Vicente, Jesús; Oneto-Otero, Jesús; Ares-Camerino, Antonio; Paz-Fernández, José Antonio De

  1. Título de la aportación: ANALISIS COMPARATIVO DE LOS MEJORES LANZAMIENTOS DE PESO EN LOS CAMPEONATOS DE ESPAÑA

Nombre del congreso: NUEVAS PERSPECTIVAS EN LA INTERVENCION PSICOPEDAGOGICA: II. ORIENTACION, EDUCAION ESPECIAL Y FORMACION DEL PROFESORADO (.2002.MADRID, ESPAÑA)

Tipo de evento: Comunicación en congreso

Ámbito: Nacional

Año: 01/01/2002

Lugar:

Autores: Salcini-Macias, Jose Luis; Moreno-Blanco, Antonio; Mora-Fernández, Matilde; Mora-Vicente, Jesús; Oneto-Otero, Jesús; Ares-Camerino, Antonio; Paz-Fernández, José Antonio De

  1. Título de la aportación: EL SISTEMA NEUROENDOCRINO Y METABOLICO Y SU RELACION CON LA ACTIVIDAD INFANTIL.

Nombre del congreso: NUEVAS PERSPECTIVAS EN LA INTERVENCION PSICOPEDAGOGICA: II. ORIENTACION, EDUCAION ESPECIAL Y FORMACION DEL PROFESORADO (.2002.MADRID, ESPAÑA)

Tipo de evento: Comunicación en congreso

Ámbito: Nacional

Año: 01/01/2002

Lugar:

Autores: Salcini-Macias, Jose Luis; Moreno-Blanco, Antonio; Mora-Fernández, Matilde; Mora-Vicente, Jesús; Oneto-Otero, Jesús; Ares-Camerino, Antonio; Paz-Fernández, José Antonio De

  1. Título de la aportación: EL ENTRENAMIENTO DE LA RESISTENCIA AEROBICA EN NIÑOS A PARTIR DEL TEST DE LEGER-BOUCHER.

Nombre del congreso: NUEVAS PERSPECTIVAS EN LA INTERVENCION PSICOPEDAGOGICA: II. ORIENTACION, EDUCAION ESPECIAL Y FORMACION DEL PROFESORADO (.2002.MADRID, ESPAÑA)

Tipo de evento: Comunicación en congreso

Ámbito: Nacional

Año: 01/01/2002

Lugar:

Autores: Salcini-Macias, Jose Luis; Moreno-Blanco, Antonio; Mora-Fernández, Matilde; Mora-Vicente, Jesús; Oneto-Otero, Jesús; Ares-Camerino, Antonio; Paz-Fernández, José Antonio De

  1. Título de la aportación: LAS LESIONES DE COLUMNA VERTEBRAL COMO CAUSA DE INCAPACIDAD TEMPORAL EN TRABAJADORES

Nombre del congreso: NUEVAS PERSPECTIVAS EN LA INTERVENCION PSICOPEDAGOGICA: II. ORIENTACION, EDUCAION ESPECIAL Y FORMACION DEL PROFESORADO (.2002.MADRID, ESPAÑA)

Tipo de evento: Comunicación en congreso

Ámbito: Nacional

Año: 01/01/2002

Lugar:

Autores: Salcini-Macias, Jose Luis; Moreno-Blanco, Antonio; Mora-Fernández, Matilde; Mora-Vicente, Jesús; Oneto-Otero, Jesús; Ares-Camerino, Antonio; Paz-Fernández, José Antonio De

  1. Título de la aportación: DESACELERATION TIME OF DOPPLER TRANSMITRAL FLOW IN SISTOLIC VENTRICULAR DYSFUNCTION: FUNTIONAL AND PROGNOSTIC IMPLICATIONS.

Nombre del congreso: NUEVAS PERSPECTIVAS EN LA INTERVENCION PSICOPEDAGOGICA: II. ORIENTACION, EDUCAION ESPECIAL Y FORMACION DEL PROFESORADO (.2002.MADRID, ESPAÑA)

Tipo de evento: Comunicación en congreso

Ámbito: Nacional

Año: 01/01/2002

Lugar:

Autores: Salcini-Macias, Jose Luis; Moreno-Blanco, Antonio; Mora-Fernández, Matilde; Mora-Vicente, Jesús; Oneto-Otero, Jesús; Ares-Camerino, Antonio; Paz-Fernández, José Antonio De

3.Publicaciones en Revistas

  1. Título: Effect by custom-made foot orthoses with added support under the first metatarso-phalangeal joint in hallux limitus patients: Improving on first metatarso-phalangeal joint extension.

Revista: Prosthetics and Orthotics International

Año: 2016

Volumen: 40

Número: 6

Página inicial: 668

Página final: 674

Autores: Gordillo-Fernandez, Luis Maria; ORTIZ-ROMERO, MERCEDES; Valero-Salas, José; Salcini-Macias, Jose Luis; Benhamú-Benhamú, Salomón; García-De La Peña, Raquel; Cervera-Marín, José Antonio

Índice de impacto (ISI): 1.185

Índice de impacto (SCImago): 0,47

Cuartil (SCImago): Q2

Título: Intravascular Myopericytoma in the Heel: Case Report and Literature Review

Revista:

Año: 2015

Volumen: 94

Número: 11

Página inicial:

Página final:

Autores: Valero-Salas, José; Salcini-Macias, Jose Luis; Gordillo-Fernandez, Luis Maria; Gallart, Jose; González, David; Deus, Javier; Lahoz, Manuel

  1. Título: ¿Cuál es el protocolo más adecuado a la hora de valorar la primera articulación metatarsofalángica?

Revista: Revista Española de Podología

Año: 2013

Volumen: 24

Número: 1

Página inicial: 25

Página final: 29

Autores: López Del Amo-lorente, Andrés; Cintado-reyes, Raquel; Munuera-Martínez, Pedro Vicente; Gonzalez-Ubeda, Rafael; Salcini-Macias, Jose Luis

  1. Título: Estudio de prevalencia del dolor de espalda en podólogos de la comunidad de Andalucía durante la actividad laboral

Revista: Revista Española de Podología

Año: 2013

Volumen: 24

Número: 3

Página inicial: 106

Página final: 110

Autores: López Del Amo-lorente, Andrés; Cintado, Raquel; Munuera-Martínez, Pedro Vicente; Gonzalez-Ubeda, Rafael; Salcini-Macias, Jose Luis; Benhamú-Benhamú, Salomón

  1. Título: PIE CAVO ANTERIOR. VISIÓN EN EN PLANO SAGITAL

Revista: Podoscopio

Año: 2009

Volumen: 42

Número:

Página inicial: 583

Página final: 590

Autores: Páez-Moguer, Joaquín; Salcini-Macias, Jose Luis; Gonzalez-Ubeda, Rafael; Rivera-Garcia, Pedro Luis; Gijon-Nogueron, Gabriel Antonio; Jimenez-Cebrian, Ana Maria; Cervera-Marín, José Antonio

  1. Título: ARTRODESIS INTERFALÁNGICA DEL PRIMER DEDO: CASO CLÍNICO

Revista: Podología Clínica

Año: 2006

Volumen: 7

Número: 2

Página inicial: 56

Página final: 59

Autores: Lafuente-Sotillos, Guillermo; Trujillo-Pérez,Piedad; Reina-Bueno, María; Salcini-Macias, Jose Luis

  1. Título: ESTUDIO MORFOFUNCIONAL DE LA BRAQUIMETATARSIA DEL IV METATARSIANO

Revista: Podología Clínica

Año: 2004

Volumen: 5

Número: 5

Página inicial: 170

Página final: 175

Autores: Munuera-Martínez, Pedro Vicente; Lafuente-Sotillos, Guillermo; Dominguez-Maldonado, Gabriel; Martínez-Camuña, Luis; Salcini-Macias, Jose Luis

  1. Título: MORPHOFUNCTIONAL STUDY OF BRACHYMETATARSIA OF THE FOURTH METATARSAL

Revista: Journal of American Podiatric Medical Association

Año: 2004

Volumen: 94

Número: 4

Página inicial: 347

Página final: 352

Autores: Munuera-Martínez, Pedro Vicente; Dominguez-Maldonado, Gabriel; Lafuente-Sotillos, Guillermo; Martínez-Camuña, Luis; Salcini-Macias, Jose Luis

Índice de impacto (ISI): 0.619

Índice de impacto (SCImago): 0,547

Cuartil (SCImago): Q1

  1. Título: PATOMECANICA Y TRATAMIENTO DE LA INSUFICIENCIA DEL MUSULO PERONEO LATERAL LARGO

Revista: Revista Española de Podología

Año: 2003

Volumen: 12

Número: 4

Página inicial: 248

Página final: 255

Autores: Munuera-Martínez, Pedro Vicente; Mora-Vicente, Jesús; Ares-Camerino, Antonio; Oneto-Otero, Jesús; González-Montesinos, Jose Luis; Mora-Fernández, Matilde; Salcini-Macias, Jose Luis; Moreno-Blanco, Antonio; Paz-Fernández, José Antonio De

  1. Título: PATOMECCANICA E COMPENSAZIONE ORTOPEDICA DELL HALLUX LIMITUS E RIGIDUS

Revista: Il Podologo in Medicina. Rivista bimestrale dell’Associazione Italiana Podologi

Año: 2003

Volumen:

Número: 119

Página inicial: 22

Página final: 25

Autores: Munuera-Martínez, Pedro Vicente; Lafuente-Sotillos, Guillermo; Dominguez-Maldonado, Gabriel; Salcini-Macias, Jose Luis; Lafuente-Sotillos, Guillermo

  1. Título: TRATAMIENTO PODOLÓGICO INTEGRAL DE LA ARTRITIS REUMATOIDE

Revista: Revista Española de Podología

Año: 2001

Volumen: 12

Número: 2

Página inicial: 81

Página final: 88

Autores: Martínez-Camuña, Luis; Dominguez-Maldonado, Gabriel; Munuera-Martínez, Pedro Vicente; Palomo-Toucedo, Inmaculada Concepción; Salcini-Macias, Jose Luis

  1. Título: MATRICECTOMIA QUIRÚRGICA Y QUÍMICA: CRITERIOS DE ELECCIÓN Y CASOS CLÍNICOS

Revista: Revista Española de Podología

Año: 2001

Volumen: 12

Número: 1

Página inicial: 36

Página final: 42

Autores: Dominguez-Maldonado, Gabriel; Munuera-Martínez, Pedro Vicente; Martínez-Camuña, Luis; Gordillo-Fernández,Luiz; Salcini-Macias, Jose Luis

  1. Título: INSUFICIENCIA DEL MÚSCULO TIBIAL POSTERIOR. CASO CLÍNICO

Revista: Revista Española de Podología

Año: 2001

Volumen: 12

Número: 1

Página inicial: 5

Página final: 11

Autores: Dominguez-Maldonado, Gabriel; Munuera-Martínez, Pedro Vicente; Salcini-Macias, Jose Luis; Palomo-Toucedo, Inmaculada Concepción

  1. Título: ULCERA POR DECUBITO EN PACIENTE DE ALTO RIESGO: TRATAMIENTO QUIRURGICO Y COMPENSACION ORTESICA POSTQUIRURGICA

Revista: Revista Española de Podología

Año: 2000

Volumen:

Número:

Página inicial: 289

Página final: 194

Autores: Salcini-Macias, Jose Luis; Munuera-Martínez, Pedro Vicente; Moreno-Blanco, Antonio; Mora-Fernández, Matilde; González-Montesinos, Jose Luis; Oneto-Otero, Jesús; Ares-Camerino, Antonio; Mora-Vicente, Jesús; Paz-Fernández, José Antonio De

  1. Título: ENFERMEDAD DE OSGOOD-SCHLATTER Y PIE PRONADOR. CASO CLINICO

Revista: Revista Española de Podología

Año: 2000

Volumen: 11

Número:

Página inicial: 47

Página final: 52

Autores: Munuera-Martínez, Pedro Vicente; Mora-Vicente, Jesús; Ares-Camerino, Antonio; Mora-Fernández, Matilde; Salcini-Macias, Jose Luis; Moreno-Blanco, Antonio; Paz-Fernández, José Antonio De; Oneto-Otero, Jesús; González-Montesinos, Jose Luis

  1. Título: Enfermedad de Osgoogd-Schlatter y pie pronador: caso clínico

Revista:

Año: 2000

Volumen: 11

Número: 1

Página inicial: 47

Página final: 52

Autores: Munuera-Martínez, Pedro Vicente; Dominguez-Maldonado, Gabriel; Moreno-caballero, M Carmen; Salcini-márquez, F José; Lafuente-Sotillos, Guillermo; Salcini-Macias, Jose Luis

  1. Título: DISMETRÍA Y EQUINO. ESTUDIO Y COMPENSACIÓN ORTOPODOLÓGICA

Revista: Revista Española de Podología

Año: 2000

Volumen: 11

Número: 1

Página inicial: 29

Página final: 34

Autores: Lafuente-Sotillos, Guillermo; Ramos-Galván, José; Salcini-Macias, Jose Luis

  1. Título: TRATAMIENTO ORTOPODOLÓGICO EN PIE CAVO POSTQUIRÚRGICO

Revista: Revista Española de Podología

Año: 2000

Volumen: 11

Número: 1

Página inicial: 53

Página final: 58

Autores: Dominguez-Maldonado, Gabriel; Munuera-Martínez, Pedro Vicente; Moreno-Caballero,María Del Carmen; Lafuente-Sotillos, Guillermo; Salcini-Macias, Jose Luis

  1. Título: ENFERMEDAD DE OSGOOD-SCHLATTER Y PIE PRONADOR: CASO CLÍNICO

Revista: Revista Española de Podología

Año: 2000

Volumen: XI

Número: 1

Página inicial: 47

Página final: 52

Autores: Lafuente-Sotillos, Guillermo; Salcini-Macias, Jose Luis

  1. Título: TRATAMIENTO ORTOPODOLÓGICO EN PIE CAVO POSTQUIRÚRGICO

Revista: Revista Española de Podología

Año: 2000

Volumen: XI

Número: 1

Página inicial: 53

Página final: 58

Autores: Lafuente-Sotillos, Guillermo; Salcini-Macias, Jose Luis

  1. Título: ÚLCERA POR PRESIÓN EN UN PIE DE ALTO RIESGO

Revista: Revista Española de Podología

Año: 2000

Volumen: XI

Número: 4

Página inicial: 289

Página final: 302

Autores: Lafuente-Sotillos, Guillermo; Salcini-Macias, Jose Luis; Ramos-Galván, José

  1. Título: PREVENCIÓN TERCIARIA EN LAS AMPUTACIONES DEL PIE: REPERCUSIONES PODOLÓGICAS

Revista: Revista Española de Podología

Año: 2000

Volumen: 11

Número: 7

Página inicial: 449

Página final: 453

Autores: Palomo-Toucedo, Inmaculada Concepción; Dominguez-Maldonado, Gabriel; Martínez-Camuña, Luis; Munuera-Martínez, Pedro Vicente; Salcini-Macias, Jose Luis; Ramos-Galván, José

  1. Título: EXÓSTOSIS-CONDROMA: DIAGNÓSTICO DIFERENCIAL Y TRATAMIENTO

Revista: Revista Española de Podología

Año: 2000

Volumen: 11

Número: 8

Página inicial: 515

Página final: 522

Autores: Salcini-Macias, Jose Luis; Munuera-Martínez, Pedro Vicente; Moreno-Blanco, Antonio; Mora-Fernández, Matilde; González-Montesinos, Jose Luis; Oneto-Otero, Jesús; Ares-Camerino, Antonio; Mora-Vicente, Jesús; Paz-Fernández, José Antonio De

  1. Título: PRINCIPIOS DE CICATRIZACIÓN ÓSEA.

Revista: Revista Española de Podología

Año: 1999

Volumen: X

Número: 4

Página inicial: 190

Página final: 194

Autores: Lafuente-Sotillos, Guillermo; Salcini-Macias, Jose Luis; Castillo-López, José Manuel

  1. Título: APOFISITIS POSTERIOR DEL CALCÁNEO EN DEPORTISTAS. CASOS CLÍNICOS

Revista: Revista Española de Podología

Año: 1999

Volumen: X

Número: 5

Página inicial: 267

Página final: 271

Autores: Moreno-Blanco, Antonio; Munuera-Martínez, Pedro Vicente; Salcini-Macias, Jose Luis

  1. Título: EL PIE CAVO: PATOMECÁNICA Y COMPENSACIONES ORTOPODOLÓGICAS

Revista: Revista Española de Podología

Año: 1999

Volumen: X

Número: 1

Página inicial: 30

Página final: 36

Autores: Lafuente-Sotillos, Guillermo; Ramos-Galván, José; Salcini-Macias, Jose Luis

  1. Título: PAPILOMA: ESTUDIO OBSERVACIONAL, TRANSVERSAL DESCRIPTIVO

Revista: Revista Española de Podología

Año: 1999

Volumen: X

Número: 2

Página inicial: 92

Página final: 95

Autores: Lafuente-Sotillos, Guillermo; Salcini-Macias, Jose Luis; Ramos-Galván, José

  1. Título: PRINCIPIOS DE CICATRIZACIÓN ÓSEA

Revista: Revista Española de Podología

Año: 1999

Volumen: X

Número: 4

Página inicial: 190

Página final: 194

Autores: Munuera-Martínez, Pedro Vicente; Moreno-Caballero,María Del Carmen; Castillo-López,José M.; Lafuente-Sotillos, Guillermo; Salcini-Macias, Jose Luis

  1. Título: ESTUDIO OBSERVACIONAL TRANSVERSAL DESCRIPTIVO

Revista: Revista Española de Podología

Año: 1999

Volumen:

Número: 10

Página inicial: 92

Página final: 95

Autores: Lafuente-Sotillos, Guillermo; Salcini-Macias, Jose Luis; Ramos-Galván, José; Córdoba-Fernández, Antonio; Munuera-Martínez, Pedro Vicente; Moreno-caballero, Maria Carmen

  1. Título: TRATAMIENTO DE LA ENFERMEDAD DE FREIBERG.

Revista: Revista Española de Podología

Año: 1997

Volumen: VIII

Número: 4

Página inicial: 192

Página final: 198

Autores: Lafuente-Sotillos, Guillermo; Gordillo-Fernandez, Luis Maria; Salcini-Macias, Jose Luis

  1. Título: A PROPÓSITO DE UN CASO DE H.A.V. COMPLEJO. RECONSTRUCCIÓN DE YATROGÉNIA QUIRÚRGICA

Revista: Revista Española de Podología

Año: 1996

Volumen: VII

Número: 3

Página inicial: 165

Página final: 168

Autores: Lafuente-Sotillos, Guillermo; Salcini-Macias, Jose Luis

  1. Título: DOBLE OSTEOTOMÍA ACORTADORA Y ELEVADORA

Revista: Revista Española de Podología

Año: 1996

Volumen: VII

Número: 2

Página inicial: 90

Página final: 93

Autores: Lafuente-Sotillos, Guillermo; Salcini-Macias, Jose Luis

  1. Título: PRIMER DEDO EN MARTILLO EN PIE POLIOMIELÍTICO

Revista: Revista Española de Podología

Año: 1995

Volumen: VI

Número: 2

Página inicial: 19

Página final: 24

Autores: Lafuente-Sotillos, Guillermo; Salcini-Macias, Jose Luis

  1. Título: TRATAMIENTO ORTOPODOLÓGICO DEL PIE POLIOMIELÍTICO EN EL ADULTO

Revista: Revista Española de Podología

Año: 1995

Volumen: VI

Número: 2

Página inicial: 81

Página final: 85

Autores: Lafuente-Sotillos, Guillermo; Salcini-Macias, Jose Luis

  1. Título: TRATAMIENTO QUIRÚRGICO Y ORTÉSICO DE ÚLCERA PLANTAR EN UN PIE EN BALANCÍN TRAUMÁTICO.

Revista: SALUD DEL PIE: REVISTA ANDALUZA DE PODOLOGÍA

Año: 1994

Volumen:

Número:

Página inicial: 6

Página final: 11

Autores: Lafuente-Sotillos, Guillermo; Salcini-Macias, Jose Luis

  1. Título: COMPENSACIÓN ORTÉSICA POSTQUIRÚRGICA DEL H.A.V. EN EL PIE PRONADO

Revista: Revista Española de Podología

Año: 1994

Volumen: V

Número: 2

Página inicial: 63

Página final: 65

Autores: Lafuente-Sotillos, Guillermo; Salcini-Macias, Jose Luis

  1. Título: APLICACIÓN DE ORTESIS PLANTARES EN PODOLOGÍA

Revista: Revista Española de Podología

Año: 1993

Volumen: IV

Número: 7

Página inicial: 333

Página final: 336

Autores: Lafuente-Sotillos, Guillermo; Salcini-Macias, Jose Luis

  1. Título: METATARSO ADDUCTUS. TRATAMIENTO CONVENCIONAL Y CON FÉRULA DE CORRECCIÓN PROGRESIVA

Revista: SALUD DEL PIE: REVISTA ANDALUZA DE PODOLOGÍA

Año: 1993

Página inicial: 16

Página final: 19

Autores: Lafuente-Sotillos, Guillermo; Salcini-Macias, Jose Luis

  1. Título: COMPENSACIÓN ORTÉSICA POSTQUIRÚRGICA DEL H.A.V. EN EL PIE PRONADO

Revista: Revista Española de Podología

Año: 1993

Volumen: IV

Número: 7

Página inicial: 305

Página final: 309

Autores: Lafuente-Sotillos, Guillermo; Salcini-Macias, Jose Luis

5.Materiales docentes

  1. Título: SEMINARIO TEÓRICO-PRÁCTICO DE ORTESIOLOGÍA DIGITAL

Autores: Munuera-Martínez, Pedro Vicente; Salcini-Macias, Jose Luis; Benhamú-Benhamú, Salomón

6.Capítulos de Libros

  1. Título del capítulo: CIRUGÍA DE UN FIBROMA CONDROMIXOIDE

Autores del capítulo: Salcini-Macias, Jose Luis

Título del libro: TUMORES DE LA PIEL Y DE LAS PARTES BLANDAS DEL PIE

Autores del libro: Salcini-Macias, Jose Luis; Valero-Salas, José; Lafuente-Sotillos, Guillermo

Página inicial: 226

Página final: 230

Lugar: SANTANDER

Editorial: EXA

ISBN: 84-607-9557-8

Año: 2003

7.Formación Universitaria

  1. Titulación oficial: Doctor

Título: Medicina

8.Comités, Foros, Redes y Sociedades

  1. Nombre: Participación en: SOCIEDAD ANDALUZA PARA LA INVESTIGACIÓN Y DESARROLLO DE LA PODOLOGÍA (SAIDEPO) ()

Fecha inicio: 24/11/2003

Dr. Mario Suárez Ortiz

Diplomado en Podología. (Universidad Complutense de Madrid).

Miembro de la AECP (Asociación Española de Cirugía del Pie) y de la AEMIS (Asociación Española de Cirugía Mínima Invasiva).

Titulo de Director en Instalaciones de Radiodiagnóstico.

Director Clínica Podosalud.

FORMACIÓN ACADÉMICA

  • Diplomado en Podología. (Universidad Complutense de Madrid. Año de finalización 1997).Colegiado nº 1495.
  • Grado en Podología( año 2015) UAX.
  • Postgrado de Especialización en Orto podología y biomecánica. (Universidad Alcalá de Henares. Año 1999).
  • Máster en Podología Quirúrgica. (Universidad de Barcelona. 2000-2001).
  • Máster oficial en Cirugía del pie. (Universidad de Barcelona. 2009-2011).
  • Miembro de la AECP (Asociación Española de Cirugía del Pie) y de la AEMIS (Asociación Española de Cirugía Mínima Invasiva).
  • Titulo de Director en Instalaciones de Radiodiagnóstico.

EXPERIENCIA PROFESIONAL

  • Director Clínica Podosalud (1998 – actualidad).
  • Cirujano externo en el Hospital Virgen de Begoña de Gijón (2005 – actualidad).
  • Cirujano externo en el Hospital USP Sagrado Corazón de Sevilla (2004 – actualidad).
  • Cirujano externo en la Clínica Piqueras de Madrid (2000 – actualidad).
  • Profesor y coordinador de cirugía en la Universidad Alfonso X El Sabio (2002-2006).
  • Profesor cirugía podológica en la Universidad San Pablo CEU de Madrid (2000-2002).

OTROS

  • Autor de 2 capítulos en el libro “Atlas de Cirugía Ungueal” (Anestesia en el pie. Técnicas coadyuvantes en cirugía Ungueal).
  • Autor de 2 capítulos en el libro “Cirugía mínimamente invasiva del pie”.
  • Autor de un capitulo en el libro “Podología Quirúrgica” (Talalgias).
  • Participación como profesor en el congreso internacional de patología del pie organizado por la Sociedad Mejicana de Traumatología y Ortopedia (Año 2010. Puerto Vallarta).
  • Conferenciante en el II Congreso Internacional de cirugía Mínima Invasiva de Tobillo y Pie (Año 2010. Murcia).
  • Participación como ponente en más de 30 congresos nacionales e internacionales.
  • Autor de numerosas publicaciones en revistas científicas.
  • Cursando estudios de doctorado en la actualidad.

Dr. José Valero Salas

Podólogo. Especialista en Cirugía Podológica.

Director del Centro de Cirugía Mayor Ambulatoria del Pie «José Valero Salas». Zaragoza.

Miembro de la Sociedad Española de Microcirugía, de la AECP y de la SEBIOR.

Títulos académicos oficiales (ordenados cronológicamente):

  • Título de Ayudante Técnico Sanitario (Universidad de Zaragoza, 1973)
  • Título de ATS de Empresa (INST – INP, 1974)
  • Diploma de Podólogo (Universidad de Barcelona, 1980)
  • Diplomado en Enfermería (UNED, 1987)
  • Diplomado en Podología (Universidad de Barcelona, 1993)
  • Licenciado en Antropología Social y Cultural (UCAM, 2001)
  • Diploma de Estudios Avanzados: Sociología (Universidad de Zaragoza: Departamento de Psicología y Sociología, 2003)
  • Doctor por la Universidad de Zaragoza (“Sociología: Ciudad, cultura, desarrollo”. Departamento de Psicología y Sociología, 2005)
  • Diploma de Estudios Avanzados: Anatomía y Embriología Humana (Universidad de Zaragoza: Departamento de Anatomía e Histología Humanas, 2005)
  • Doctor por la Universidad de Zaragoza (“Bases anatomofisiológicas de la actuación clínica”. Departamento de Anatomía e Histología Humanas, 2010)

Títulos Propios:

  • Especialista en Cirugía Podológica (Universidad de Alcalá de Henares, 1995)
  • Certificado Universitario en Pie Diabético (Universidad Complutense de Madrid,1999)
  • Titulado Superior en Enfermería (UCAM, 2001)
  • Licenciatus Curatis Infirmorum (UCAM, 2001)
  • Especialista en Antropología de la Salud y de la Enfermedad (UCAM, 2001)

Investigación

  • Miembro (Investigador Doctor) del grupo de investigación de la Universidad de Sevilla “Avances en Cirugía Podológica” (CTS-589): 2009-2011.
  • Evaluador externo (CESIC, 1998)
  • Miembro Grupo Investigador Consolidado “Anatomía Clínica del Pie”. Gobierno de Aragón/ Universidad de Zaragoza: 2012-2018.

Tesis doctorales

Valero J (Gómez C, tutor). Un análisis de la realidad social cubana. Alternativas a la situación sociopolítica en Cuba. Universidad de Zaragoza, 2005.

Valero J (Lahoz M, tutor). Aspectos morfológicos y funcionales de la patología quirúrgica del primer radio del pie. Un nuevo método para la evaluación pre-quirúrgica del hallux abductus valgus y patologías afines. Universidad de Zaragoza, 2010.

Publicaciones de impacto

Valero J, Moreno M, Gallart J, González D, Salcini JL,  Gordillo L Deus J, Lahoz M.

A new surgical procedure for hallux limitus treatment: Double-V osteotomy on the base of the proximal phalanx of the hallux. Medicine 2017; 96 (39): pe8127.

Valero J, Gallart J, González D, Deus J, Lahoz M.  Giant Glomus Tumor and Neuroma in the Fifth Ray. A Case Report. J Am Podiatr Med Assoc. 2016; 106(2): 151-4.

Valero J, Salcini JL, Gordillo L, Gallart J, González D, Deus J, Lahoz M. Intravascular myopericytoma in the heel: case report and literature review. Medicine (Baltimore). 2015 Mar; 94(11):e642. doi: 10.1097/MD.0000000000000642.

Valero J, Gallart J, Gonzalez D, Deus J, Lahoz M. Multiple Interdigital Neuromas. A Retrospective Study of 279 Feet With 462 Neuromas. J Foot Ankle Surg. 2015 May-Jun;54(3):320-2.

Gallart J, González D, Valero J, Deus J, Serrano P, Lahoz M. Biphalangeal / triphalangeal fifth toe and impact in the pathology of the fifth ray. Musk Dis. 2014 15:295 DOI: 10.1186/1471-2474-15-295.

Valero J, Gallart J, Gonzalez D, Deus J, Lahoz M. Subungual squamous cell carcinoma and exostosis in third toe – case report and literature review. J Eur Acad Dermatol Venereol. 2014 Oct;28(10):1292-7.

Valero J, Gallart J, González D. Marquina R, Agustín L, Deus J, Lahoz M. Neuroma under de fifth metatarsal head. A retrospective study. Histol Histopatol. 2012; 27(8): 1103-07.

Luis María Gordillo-Fernández, Mercedes Ortiz-Romero, José Valero-Salas, José Luis Salcini-Macías, Salomon Benhamu-Benhamu, RaquelGarcía-de-la-Peña and Jose Antonio Cervera-Marin. Effect by custom-made foot orthoses with added support under the first metatarsophalangealjoint in hallux limitus patients: Improving on first metatarso-phalangeal joint extension. Prosthet Orthot Int. 2016 Dec;40(6):668-674.

Gordillo-Fernández LM, Ortiz-Romero M, Macías JL, Valero-Salas J, Álvarez-Pérez J, Fernández-Garzón Á. Surgical Reconstruction of the Forefoot with Hallux Valgus Associated with Metatarsus Adductus. J Am Podiatr Med Assoc. 2016 Jul;106(4):289-93.

Libros y capítulos de libros

  • Valero J (Ed.). Tumores de la piel y de las partes blandas del pie. Santander: Exa Editores; 2003. p. 171-204.
  • Moreno M, García FJ, Lázaro JL, Valejo, J. Cirugía profiláctica. En: Martínez FR (Ed): Pie diabético. Atención integral. México: McGraw Hill,3ª Ed., 2010, 331-338.
  • Lázaro JL, García J, Moreno M, Valero, J. Cirugía del pie como prevención y tratamiento. En: Camp y Smith Nephew (Eds): Cuidados en el pie diabético. Barcelona: EPA, 2002, 103-108.
  • Moreno M, Valero J. Sobrecarga del quinto metatarsiano. En: Clínica Universitaria de Podología UCM y Federación Española de Podólogos (Eds.): Sesiones Clínicas Podológicas 1998-1999. Madrid: Aren, 2000, 65-69.
  • Valero J, Palomo IC, Munuera PV. El hallux abductus valgus. En: Munuera PV (Ed): El primer radio, Biomecánica y ortopodología. Murcia: Exa Editores, 2009, 155-191.
  • Valero J. Biomecánica y patomecánica del primer radio (Apuntes). Anuario de la Federación Española de Podólogos, 1993, 89-149.
  • Valero J. Paracentesis articular en Podología. En: Asociación Aragonesa de Podología (Ed): Monografías Podológicas Aragonesas I. Zaragoza: Librería General, 1984, 135-151.
  • Valero J. Corticoides. En: Asociación Aragonesa de Podología (Ed): Monografías Podológicas Aragonesas I. Zaragoza: Librería General, 1984, 153-160.
  • Valero J. Anestésicos locales. En: Asociación Aragonesa de Podología (Ed): Monografías Podológicas Aragonesas I. Zaragoza: Librería General, 1984, 161-165.
  • Garcés L, Valero J. Introducción a la Podología Laboral. En: Asociación Española de Podología (Ed): XV Congreso Nacional de Podología. La Podología Escolar, Laboral y Deportiva. Villarreal: TIMSA, 1982, 29-48.
  • Valero J, Garcés L. Podología en la minería del carbón. En: Asociación Española de Podología (Ed): XV Congreso Nacional de Podología. La Podología Escolar, Laboral y Deportiva. Villarreal: TIMSA, 1982, 17-28.

Otras publicaciones

Valero J, Gallart  J, Sarroca N, González D. Generalidades de los tumores malignos de origen melanocítico (melanomas). Podoscopio. 2018;1(78):1855-69.

Valero J, González D, Gallart  J, Sarroca N. Aspectos clínicos de los tumores precursores de los melanomas localizados en el pie.  Podoscopio 2018;1(77):1819-33.

Valero J, González D, Gallart  J, Sarroca N. Aspectos clínicos de los tumores precursores de los melanomas localizados en el pie. El Peu. 2018;40 (1):6-15.

Valero J, González D, Gallart  J, Sarroca N. Aspectos clínicos de los tumores pre-malignos del pie originarios en la epidermis superficial. El Peu. 2017;39 (3):6-16.

Valero J, González D, Gallart  J, Sarroca N. Aspectos clínicos de los tumores malignos originarios de la epidermis superficial del pie. Podoscopio. 2017;1(75):1758-75.

Valero J, González D, Gallart  J, Sarroca N. Aspectos clínicos de los tumores pre-malignos del pie originarios en la epidermis superficial (parte II). Podoscopio. 2017;1(75):1747-55.

Valero J, González D, Gallart  J, Sarroca N. Aspectos clínicos de los tumores pre-malignos del pie originarios en la epidermis superficial (parte I). Podoscopio. 2017;1(74):1728-35.

Sarroca N, Gallart  J, González D, Valero J. El pie en la enfermedad Charcot Marie Tooth. A propósito de un caso. El Peu. 2017;39(2):22-9

Valero J, Salcini JL, Gallart J, González D. Procedimientos de Watermann y Keller y osteotomía elevadora para el tratamiento de hallux limitus y síndrome de sobrecarga del segundo metatarsiano consecutivos a cirugía de hallux abductus valgus. Podología Clínica. 2016;17(1):12-21.

Valero J, Sarroca N, González D, Gallart J. Iperplasia squamosa sul tallone compatibile con una verruca volgare. Caso clínico. Il Pod in Med. 2016;186:28-34.

González D, Gallart J, Sarroca N, Valero J. Angioleiomioma calcificado simulando un hallux valgus. Caso clínico y revisión bibliográfica. Podología Clínica. 2016;17(2):50-6.

Valero J, Gallart J, Sarroca N, González D. Tratamiento ortésico, funcional y con colágeno MD® de una rotura parcial del tendón del músculo tibial posterior. Caso clínico. Podología Clínica. 2016; 17(3):74-9.

Valero J, Salcini JL, Gallart J, González D. Tratamiento conservador y quirúrgico de úlcera plantar crónica y osteomielitis. Podoscopio. 2016. 1(69):1527-40

Valero J, Gallart J, González D. Tratamiento quirúrgico de neuromas múltiples en un mismo pie. Caso clínico y revisión bibliográfica. Rev Int Cienc Podol. 2015;9(1):63-73.

González D, Gallart J, Valero J. Neuromas interdigitales múltiples y quiste sinovial en paciente con enfermedad reumática. Caso clínico. Podología Clínica. 2015;16(1):4-9.

Valero J, Salcini JL, Gallart J, González D. Un estudio crítico acerca de la denominación del neuroma de Morton. Podología Clínica.2015;16(2):54-63.

Valero J, Salcini JL, Gallart J, González D. Revisión de las teorías acerca de la etiología del neuroma de Morton. Rev Esp Podol. 2015;XXVI(2):42-9.

Valero J, Gallart J, González D. Angiofibroma periungueal (no Koenen). Caso clínico y revisión bibliográfica. Podología Clínica. 2015;16(3):70-7.

Valero J, Salcini JL, Gallart J, González D. Tratamiento quirúrgico de un neuroma de Joplin y lipoma asociado. Caso clínico. Podología Clínica. 2015;16(4);124-8.

Valero J, Salcini JL, Gallart J, González D. Nevo Melanocitico composto lentiginoso nell’arcata laterale del piede. Caso clinico e revisione bibliografica. Il Pod in Med. 2015;183:27-34.

Valero J, Gallart J, González D. Quiste digital mucoso. Caso clínico y revisión bibliográfica. Podología Clínica. 2014;15(1):14-21.

Valero J, Gallart J, González D. Emangioma arteriovenoso periunguale. Caso clinico e revisione bibliográfica. Il Pod in Med. 2014;177:28-34.

Valero J, Gallart J, González D. Quiste sinovial en el tendón del músculo tibial posterior. Caso clínico, consideraciones biomecánicas y revisión bibliográfica. Rev Int Cienc Podol. 2014;8(2):99-108.

Valero J, Gallart J, González D. Fibrosis iatrogénica en la zona plantar de la 1ª articulación metatarso-falángica. Caso clínico y revisión bibliográfica. Podología Clínica. 2014;15(2):56-62.

Valero J, Gallart J, González D. Osteomielitis en el segundo dedo. Caso clínico. Podología Clínica. 2014;15(3):78-83.

Valero J, Gallart J, González D. Cisti di inclusione epidermica nella zona plantare della seconda articolazione metatarso-falángica. Caso clínico. Il Pod in Med. 2014;179:31-4.

Valero J, Gallart J, González D. Tratamiento quirúrgico de una papilomatosis plantar y necrosis de los sesamoideos. Caso clínico. Podología Clínica. 2014;15(4):100-5.

Valero J, Salcini JL, Gallart J, González D. Ipercheratosi/tiloma nel tallone. Caso clinico. Il Pod in Med. 2014;180:30-4.

Valero J, Gallart J, González D. Tratamiento quirúrgico de una papilomatosis plantar y necrosis de los sesamoideos en una amputación parcial del hallux para autoinjerto. Caso clínico. Rev Esp Podol. 2014;XXV(4):152-5.

Valero J, Salcini JL,  Gallart J, González D. Quiste epidérmico y fibrosis reactiva de origen iatrogénico. Caso clínico. Podólogos de Andalucía 2014;5:14-8.

Valero J, Benegas R, Moreno M, Gallart J, González D. Tratamiento del hallux abductus valgus con una combinación de las técnicas de Austin y Akin. Estudio retrospectivo de 137 casos. Rev Esp Podol. 2013;XXIV(1):6-12.

Valero J, Gallart J, González D, Moreno M. Influencia de la morfología en la etiología y en el desarrollo del hallux abductus valgus. Rev Esp Podol 2013;XXIV(3):98-105.

Valero J, Gallart J, González D. Lipoma con cambio mixoide de localización interdigital. Caso clínico y revisión bibliográfica. Rev Esp Podol 2013;XXIV(3):112-16.

Valero J, Gallart J, González D, Moreno M. Influencia de la patomecánica del pie en la etiología y en el desarrollo del hallux abductus valgus. Podología Clínica. 2013;14(1):6-17.

Valero J, Gallart J, González D. Hemangioma lobular capilar (granuloma piogénico) localizado en la zona plantar del segundo dedo del pie. Podología Clínica. 2013;14(2):52-6.

D, Gallart J, Valero J. Estudio de 76 pacientes intervenidos quirúrgicamente de neuromas interdigitales y su relación con la patología del primer radio. Podología Clínica. 2013;14(4).98-103.

Valero J, Gallart J, González D. Angiofibroma en el dorso del pie. Caso clínico y revisión bibliográfica. Rev Esp Podol. 2012; XXIII (6):244-8.

Valero J, Gallart J, González D. Un Tumor en el talón de difícil clasificación: hemangioma mixto, hemangioma arterio-venoso, angiofibroma o angioleiomioma. Podología Clínica. 2012; 13(4):102-106.

Gallart J, González D, Bermejo M, Valero J. Onicocriptosis y exostosis. ¿Una asociación frecuente? Podología Clínica. 2012; 13(3):72-74.

Valero J, Gallart J, González D. Marquina R, Agustín L. Tumores de origen patolomecánico. Podología Clínica. 2012; 13 (1): 11-27.

Valero J. Patología y cirugía tumoral. Rev Esp Podol, 2001, XII (7): 382- 410.

Berges MJ, Suarez JM, Gallart J, Valero J. Braquimetatarsia y Braquimetapodia. Rev Esp Podol. 2000; XI (1): 59-68.

Berges MJ, Valero J. Osteomielitis crónica. A propósito de un caso. Rev Esp Podol, 2000  XI (8): 523-532.

Valero J. Artroplastias y artrodesis en la cirugía del primer radio. Rev Esp Podol  1996; VII (7): 194-200.

Valero J.  Técnica de Keller. Rev Esp Podol, Vol. VI, 1995: 143-151.

Valero J. Técnica de Reverdin para el tratamiento del hallux valgus Experiencias personales. Salud del Pie, 1995, 15: 6- 14.

Valero J.  Complicaciones quirúrgicas (I). Podoscopio, 1995, VII (1): 19-23.

Valero J.  Complicaciones quirúrgicas (II). Podoscopio, 1995, VII (2): 5-12.

Valero J.  Complicaciones quirúrgicas (III). Podoscopio, 1995, VII (3): 5-12.

Valero J.  Complicaciones quirúrgicas (IV). Podoscopio, 1995, VII (4): 5-12.

Valero J.  Complicaciones quirúrgicas (V). Podoscopio, 1995, VII (5): 5-12.

Valero J.  Complicaciones quirúrgicas (VI). Podoscopio, 1995, VII (6): 5-12.

Valero J.  Complicaciones quirúrgicas (VII). Podoscopio, 1996, VIII (1): 8-11.

Valero J.  Técnica de Keller. Rev Esp Podol, 1995;VII: 143-151.

Valero J, García JR, Sola JA. Hallux abductus valgus complejo. Rev Esp Podol, 1996; VII (1): 38-45.

Valero J, García ML. Hallux abductus valgus/ limitus. A propósito de un caso. Salud del Pie, 1996 (19): 6- 11.

Valero J, Aguilar J. Hallux abductus valgus y metatarsus primus varus. A propósito de un caso. El Podólogo, 1996, 1: 3- 7.

Valero J, Barrera O. Tratamiento quirúrgico del hallux rigidus con técnicas combinadas de Keller y Mayo en un diabético. Rev Esp Podol. 1996; VII (7): 418-422.

Valero J. Técnica de Austin para el tratamiento del HAV (Experiencias personales). Podoscopio, 1993( 9), 9-13 y 24-25.

Curriculum docente:

 

  1. Coordinador del “ I Curso de Disección del Pie”, 1987. Departamento de Ciencias Morfológicas.Universidad de Zaragoza
  2. Coordinador del “I Curso de Anatomía Clínica del Pie”, 1989. Departamento de Ciencias Morfológicas. Universidad de Zaragoza.
  3. Coordinador del “II Curso de Anatomía Clínica del Pie”, 1990. Departamento de Ciencias Morfológicas. Universidad de Zaragoza
  4. Coordinador del “I Curso de Anatomía de la Extremidad Inferior”, 1991. Departamento de Ciencias Morfológicas. Universidad de Zaragoza
  5. Coordinador del “II Curso de Anatomía de la Extremidad Inferior”, 1991. Departamento de Ciencias Morfológicas. Universidad de Zaragoza
  6. Coordinador del “I Curso de Embriología e Histología”, 1991. Departamento de Ciencias Morfológicas. Universidad de Zaragoza
  7. Profesor y Coordinador “Cursos I y II: Biomecánica de la Extremidad Inferior”, 1991. Departamento de Ciencias Morfológicas. Universidad de Zaragoza
  8. Profesor y Coordinador: “Cursos I y II: Introducción a la Cirugía Podológica”, 1991.

Departamento de Cirugía. Universidad de Zaragoza

  1. Profesor y Coordinador “I Curso de Cirugía Experimental”, 1991. Departamento de Ciencias Morfológicas. Universidad de Zaragoza
  2. Profesor y Coordinador “II Curso de Cirugía Experimental”, 1992.

Departamentos de Cirugía y de Ciencias Morfológicas. Universidad de Zaragoza

  1. Profesor, Scuola di Podologia, Roma (Italia), 1992.
  2. Profesor “III Curso de Postgrado de Cirugía Podológica”, 1994. Universidad de Barcelona.
  3. Profesor “IV Curso de Técnica Anatómica”, 1994. Profesor y Coordinador “I Curso de Cirugía Experimental”, 1991. Departamento de Ciencias Morfológicas. Universidad de Zaragoza
  4. Profesor “IV Curso de Postgrado de Cirugía Podológica”, 1995. Universidad de Barcelona.
  5. Profesor “Seminario de Embriología y Anatomía de la Extremidad Inferior”, 1995.

Departamento de Ciencias Morfológicas. Universidad de Zaragoza

  1. Profesor “Curso de Especialización en Cirugía Podológica”, Curso Académico 1994-1995. Universidad de Alcalá de Henares
  2. Profesor “Curso de Especialización en Cirugía Podológica”, Curso Académico 1995-1996. Universidad de Alcalá de Henares
  3. Profesor “I Seminario Canario de Introducción a la Cirugía Podológica”, 1997.

Colegio de Podólogos de Canarias

  1. Profesor “Master de Cirugía Podológica”, 1997. Universidad de Barcelona
  2. Profesor, “Introducción a la Cirugía Podológica”, 1997. Universidad Complutense (Madrid)
  3. Profesor, “Master en Ortopodología”, Cursos académicos 1995-1997 y 1996-1998.
  4. Profesor, “Introducción a la Cirugía Podológica”, 1998. Universidad Complutense (Madrid)
  5. Profesor “Título propio de Experto en Biomecánica, Ortopodología y Podología Funcional y Deportiva”, 1998-1999. Universidad de Sevilla.
  6. Profesor, “Curso de Cirugía y Fijación Interna del primer Radio”, 2001. Universidad Complutense (Madrid).
  7. Profesor, “Curso de Cirugía y Fijación Interna del Quinto Radio y Radios Menores”, 2001.Universidad Complutense (Madrid).
  8. Profesor “Título propio de Experto en Biomecánica, Ortopodología y Podología Funcional y Deportiva”, 2000-2002.Universidad de Sevilla.
  9. Profesor, “Seminario de disección y anatomía clínica de la extremidad inferior”,2002. Departamento de Anatomía e Histología Humanas. Universidad de Zaragoza
  10. Profesor, “Alluce Valgo e patologie affini: Valutazione clinica e trattamento chirurgico”, 2003. Ministerio della Salute / A.I.P. (Roma).
  11. Profesor, “II Seminario de disección y anatomía clínica de la extremidad inferior”,2003.
  12. Profesor, “Curso de Cirugía del antepie”, 2003. Colegio de Podólogos de Canarias
  13. Profesor, “Seminario de anatomía, disección y principios básicos de la cirugía para podólogos”,2004.
  14. Profesor, “Postgrado de Ortopodología Clínica”, 2003-2004. Universidad de Barcelona
  15. Profesor, “Curso de Actualización en Técnicas de Quiropodología”, 2004. Universidad de Sevilla
  16. Profesor, “Postgrado de Ortopodología Clínica”, 2004-2005.Universidad de Barcelona
  17. Profesor, “IV Seminario Internacional de Cirugía Podológica”, 2005.AECP/ OCPM
  18. Profesor, “Curso/ Seminario de actualizacióm en anatomía y fisiología de la extremidad inferior”, 2005.Departamento de Anatomía e Histología Humanas. Universidad de Zaragoza
  19. Profesor y miembro de la comisión académica, “Simposium Internacional de Cirugía Podológica”, 2006.AECP/ Universidad de Sevilla
  20. Profesor “Título propio de Experto Universitario en Cirugía Podológica”, 2003-2004.Universidad de Sevilla
  21. Profesor, “Curso/ Seminario de actualizacióm en anatomía quirúrgica de la extremidad inferior”, 2006.Departamento de Anatomía e Histología Humanas.Universidad de Zaragoza
  22. Profesor, “VI Seminario Internacional de Cirugía Podológica”, 2007.AECP/ OCPM
  23. Profesor, “Curso/Seminario de Actualización en Anatomía Quirúrgica de la extremidad inferior y principios básicos de cirugía”, 2008.Departamento de Anatomía e Histología Humanas. Universidad de Zaragoza
  24. Departamento de Anatomía e Histología Humanas.Universidad de Zaragoza

43.Co-director y profesor del Curso “Avances en Cirugía Podológica”: Universidad de Zaragoza (Cursos Extraordinarios), Universidad de Verano, Jaca, 2008 y 2009.

  1. Profesor “Master en Cirugía Podológica”, 2007-2008.Universidad de Sevilla
  2. Profesor, “Curso/Seminario de Actualización en Anatomía Clínica y disección de la extremidad inferior”, 2010.Departamento de Anatomía e Histología Humanas

Universidad de Zaragoza.

Cargos de representación profesional

Delegado de Zona (Aragón, Navarra, La Rioja y Soria) de la Agrupación de Podólogos de España: 1981-1982.

Presidente de la Asociación Aragonesa de Podología: 1981-1983.

Presidente de la Asociación Aragonesa de Podólogos: 1983-2002.

Vocal de la Junta Directiva de la Federación Española de Podólogos, 1989-1990.

Presidente de la Federación Española de Podólogos: 1990-1991; 1993-2002.

Vice-Presidente de la Federación Internacional de Podólogos y Podiatras: 1991-1993.

Cargos editoriales

Redactor Jefe de la Revista Española de Podología (1989).

Director de la Revista Española de Podología (1990- 2001).

Consultor y miembro de la Comisión Científica de “Podología Clínica”.

Miembro del Consejo Asesor de “Il Podologo in Medicina” (Italia)

 

Premios y distinciones

Premio Podoscopio (Asociación Madrileña de Podólogos), 1991

Cruz al Mérito Profesional (Asociación Aragonesa de Podología), 1993

Premio Podoscopio (Asociación Madrileña de Podólogos), 1995

Presidente Honorario (Sociedad Científica de Podología Argentina), 1997

Colegiado de Honor (Colegio Oficial de Podólogos de Canarias), 2003

Distinguished Service Commendation (International Federation of Podiatrists), 2011

Premio Leonardo Escachs (Colegio de Podólogos de Cataluña), 2017

Colegiado de Honor (Colegio de Podólogos de la Comunidad de Madrid), 2018

Dr. Álvaro Iborra Marcos

Instituto Avanfi- Hospital Beata Mariana de Jesús, Madrid. España.

Graduado en podología. Universidad Europea de Madrid.

Experto en cirugía de pie y tobillo por la facultad de medicina, universidad de Albacete.

Graduado en Fisioterapia. Universidad Europea de Madrid.

D.O en Osteopatía. Escuela de osteopatía de Madrid.

Doctorado en biomecánica y rehabilitación avanzada en la Universidad Alfonso x el sabio.

Máster oficial universitario en terapia manual osteopática, Universidad Europea de Madrid.

Doctorado en medicina osteopática, Bérgamo-Italia.

Director unidad de pie y tobillo Instituto Avanfi.

Jefe de la unidad de cirugía ecoguiada de pie y tobillo, hospital Beata María, Madrid.

Responsable del grado en podología en el área quirúrgica, Universidad La Salle, Madrid.

Exprofesor de ecografía e intervencionismo ecoguiada Universidad Francisco de Vitoria, Madrid.

Profesor colaborador en Universidad Europea de Madrid, curso de podología deportiva.

Profesor colaborador en Universidad de Sevilla, Master de cirugía (Curso 2016-17).

Profesor colaborador en Universidad de Valencia, Master oficial en cirugía MIS.

Miembro de la AMOS (The American Microsurgical Orthoplastic Society).

Áreas de especialización

Cirugía de nervios periféricos tobillo y pie.

Cirugía osteoaticular de pie y tobillo.

Aplicación de Terapias biológicas guiadas por ecografía.

Cirugía ecoguiada ultraminimamente invasiva.

Reconocimientos y publicaciones internacionales
Primer Podólogo del mundo premiado en 2 ocasiones por la Academia Americana de cirujanos Ortopédicos (AAOS),año 2014 y año 2018, Nueva Orleans.

Premio de la AAOS en 2014 por una nueva técnica guiada por ecografía para la cirugía en la fasciotomia plantar.

Premio de la AAOS EN 2018 por una nueva técnica guiada por ecografía para la cirugía en el alargamiento de gemelos.

Aceptadas en 2014, 4 técnicas quirúrgicas guiadas por ecografía, en las cuales se incluyen el alargamiento de gemelos, paratendinitis, tendinosis y desbridamiento del espacio retroaquileo en tendón de Aquiles.

Aceptada en 2015, Técnica quirúrgica guiada por ecografía en la liberación del túnel del carpo.

Ponentes Dr. J. Marín

Dr. Javier Marín Zurdo

Dr. Ingeniero Industrial. Profesor Titular de la Universidad de Zaragoza.

Coordinador del Grupo de Investigación IDERGO. UZ.

El Grupo IDERGO (Investigación y Desarrollo en Ergonomía), es grupo de investigación en el área de tecnología reconocido como grupo consolidado de investigación aplicada por el Gobierno de Aragón desde 2008, y unas de sus líneas principales de investigación desde hace más de 10 años se dirige a proporcionar productos tecnológicos que faciliten valorar y cuantificar el grado de discapacidad o lesión que presenta una persona como consecuencia de una enfermedad, accidente o de un desorden asociado a la propia edad. En la actualidad es un Grupo de Investigación de Referencia reconocido por el Gobierno de Aragón mediante Orden
IIU/1874/2017 (ref: T38_17R).

A continuación, se relacionan ciertos proyectos, en los que ha participado el Coordinador del Grupo como Investigador principal por parte de la Universidad de Zaragoza:

PROYECTOS FINANCIADOS EN CONVOCATORIAS COMPETITIVAS DE ENTIDADES PÚBLICAS O
PRIVADAS:

  • Grupo de Investigación de Referencia IDERGO (T38_17R). Proyecto estratégico: Tecnologías y productos para su aplicación en salud, dirigidos al estudio, diagnóstico y tratamiento de patologías y lesiones del Sistema Musculoesquelético. Entidad: Gobierno de Aragón. Orden
    IIU/1874/2017.
    IP: J.J. Marín. 12 miembros efectivos y 11 colaboradores.
  • Validación biomecánica y funcional de una silla para uso en entorno de quirófanos.
    Ministerio de Industria, Energía y Turismo. 2015 – 2016. IP: J.J. Marín. Inv: J. M. Auría.
  • Identificación de patrones de diagnóstico para la valoración del daño corporal de columna cervical, mediante análisis de datos gráfico‐numéricos generados a partir de pruebas biomécánicas en relación con el artículo 15 de la nueva ley. CMS vital. Fruto de Beca
    Fundación MAPFRE. 2017. IP: J.J. Marín. Inv: J. M. Auría.

Proyecto CDTI:
Diseño y Desarrollo de un Sistema de Aparatos de Ejercicios de Control Motor para Pacientes con Necesidades Especiales.
Entidad financiadora: CDTI (Centro para el Desarrollo Tecnológico Industrial). Proyecto I+D individual. Fecha concesión: Mayo 2012. Duración 18 meses.
Contratista Principal: INTERVAP EUROPA S.L.U. (Calahorra. La Rioja).
IP: Marín Zurdo, J. Javier. Nº Invest. participantes: 9. (Grupos de Investigación de UZ: IDERGO
y UIF‐Fisioterapia). Aprobación CEIC Aragón de Investigación biomédica: 20‐02‐2013.

Proyecto Fundación ARAID:
Evaluación Biomecánica de la Técnica de Ciclismo basado en Análisis Tridimensional del Movimiento y Modelos Humanos de Antropometría Ajustable.
Entidad financiadora: Fundación ARAID en línea “Cheque Tecnológico” convocatoria 2011.
Contratista Principal: Biomecánica y Salud, SC. (B&S). (Zaragoza).
IP: Marín Zurdo, J. Javier.

PROYECTOS DE FINANCIACIÓN PRIVADA:
Título Proyecto:
Validación de un sistema para la evaluación de la capacidad funcional de la
columna cervical y hombro basada en medidas objetivas de movimientos y
esfuerzos, aplicable en el ámbito forense y laboral.

Tipo de contrato: Contrato de Investigación y Desarrollo.
Entidad financiadora: Sociedad de Prevención de Fremap.S.L. (Madrid). CIF: B-84412683
Entidades participantes: OTRI – Universidad de Zaragoza. (OTRI código: 2012/484)
Inicio y duración:
1º Fase. 2012 (desde septiembre. 4 meses).
2º Fase: 2013-2014 (24 meses). Validación del sistema.
3º Fase: 2015-2017 (3 años). Consolidación técnica y explotación comercial.

Investigador responsable: Marín Zurdo, J. Javier.

Nº Investigadores participantes: 12.

10 Miembros IDERGO (prof. UZ): J.J. Marín; J.M. Auría; J.L. Huertas; A. Serrano. B.
Sánchez

Forenses IMLA: J.A. Cobo; J.M. Arredondo; S. Baena; Mª D. Ramón, P.Querol.

2 Especialistas del Instituto de Ergonomía INERMAP.

Aprobación CEIC Aragón: 18-04-2012. Informe Dictamen Favorable de Proyecto Investigación Biomédica.

El sistema Move&Reach está basado en el siguiente dispositivo patentado con fecha 09-03-2012:

Inventores: J.J. Marín Zurdo. J.M. Auría Apilluelo. J.L. Huertas Talón (Miembros grupo IDERGO).

Título: Dispositivo y Método para la Evaluación de la Capacidad Funcional.
N. de solicitud: P201230353. País de prioridad: España. Fecha presentación: 09-03-2012
Entidad titular: Universidad de Zaragoza.
Países a los que se ha extendido: España
Empresa/s que la explotan: Sociedad de Prevención de FREMAP (fecha contrato: 14-09-2012)

Objeto del proyecto:
El sistema Move&Reach tiene como finalidad el proporcionar un dispositivo y procedimiento para la evaluación de la capacidad funcional orientado a valorar de forma objetiva la función de una persona en el desempeño de las labores de su vida cotidiana, centrándose en la columna cervical y la cintura escapular.

Este proyecto pudo iniciarse gracias a colaboración de grupo IDERGO de la UZ con el IMLA, la cual se formalizó en el siguiente convenio:
Título: CONVENIO DE COLABORACIÓN ENTRE EL GOBIERNO DE ARAGÓN Y LA UNIVERSIDAD DE ZARAGOZA PARA ESTABLECER LA COLABORACIÓN ENTRE EL INSTITUTO DE MEDICINA LEGAL DE ARAGÓN Y EL INSTITUTO DE INVESTIGACIÓN EN INGENIERÍA DE ARAGÓN. BOA ORDEN de 11 de Julio de 2012.
Profesor coordinador por parte grupo IDERGO: J. J. Marín Zurdo.

Tipo actividad: Convenio de Colaboración en actividades relacionadas con aquellos aspectos en los que se relacionan las Ciencias Forenses con las actividades de investigación, desarrollo científico y divulgación de la ciencia y la cultura.

OTROS PROYECTOS RECIENTES:

  • Soporte y mantenimiento del software del sistema MoveHuman‐Sensors para la captura y análisis tridimensional del movimiento humano en puestos de trabajo para el laboratorio de ergonomía. MUTUA UNIVERSAL. 2017. IP: J.J. Marín.
  • Fabricación, entrega y soporte del sistema move‐human de valoración funcional. PREMAP
    Seguridad y Salud. 2016. IP: J. J. Marín.
  • Sistema para evaluación ergonómica y fotogrametría basado en captura de movimiento con sensores inerciales y modelos humanos digitales. Instituto de ergonomía INERMAP.
    2016. IP: J.J. Marín.
  • Sistema para análisis de la marcha sobre tapiz rodante, basado en monitorización en tiempo real del movimiento y modelos humanos digitales. Clínica de Podología (Dr. Moisés Pardos).
    2015. IP: J.J. Marín.
  • Evaluación ergonómica de puestos de trabajo en su planta de la cartuja de Zaragoza haciendo uso del sistema MHsensors. BSH Electrodomesticos España. 2014. IP: J.J. Marín.
  • Sistema portátil de captura de movimiento en tiempo real para análisis y evaluación ergonómica, basado en sensores inerciales inalámbricos, y adaptado a las necesidades específicas de la empresa. Asociación de Industriales Metalúrgicos de Galicia. 2013. IP: J.J.
    Marín.
  • VAPEL: valoración de aptitudes psicofísicas en el entorno laboral. FREMAP Seguridad y Salud. 2013. IP: J.J.Marín.
  • Sistema portátil para análisis de la capacidad funcional basado en captura de movimiento y simulación 3D con modelos biomecánicos. Gabinete de medicina legal Dr. Adolfo Salvador. 2010. IP: J.J. Marín.

PROYECTOS DE INVESTIGACIÓN ACTUALMENTE EN CURSO APROBADOS POR CEICA.
Estudio de Movilización de Columna Cervical aplicando Captura de Movimiento y Medidas del Tono Muscular. Dictamen favorable del CEIC Aragón: 11 octubre de 2017. IP: J. M. Marín. Grupos de Investigación participantes: IDERGO y UIF‐Fisioterapia de la UZ.

Comportamiento biomecánico de la articulación astrágalo en destrezas con cuerpos apoyados con vistas a diseñar un prototipo protésico. Dictamen favorable del CEIC Aragón: 31 enero de 2018. IP: J. M. Marín. Grupos de Investigación participantes: IDERGO y AMB (Applied Mechanics & Bioengieering).

Prueba Clínica Basada en Tecnología Smart Health para Evaluar Tratamientos Personalizados de Rehabilitación con Toxina Botulínica en Pacientes con espasticidad. Dictamen favorable del CEIC Aragón:
20 junio de 2018. IP: Dr. Juan Carlos Aragüés. Grupos de Investigación participantes: Unidad de Rehabilitación del HU Miguel Servet e IDERGO.

PUBLICACIONES RECIENTES RELACIONADAS CON EL AREA DE SALUD:
De la Torre, J.; Marin, J.; Marin, J.J.; Auria, J.M.; Sanchez-Valverde, M.B. Balance study in asymptomatic
subjects: Determination of significant variables and reference patterns to improve clinical application. Journal Of Biomechanics. 2017.

Moreno A.J, Utrilla G, Marin, J, Marín J.J, Sanchez-Valverde B, Royo A.C. Cervical Spine Assessment with Motion Capture and Passive Mobilization. Journal of Chiropractic Medicine. 2017
Marin, J.; Blanco, T.; Marin, J.J. Octopus: A design methodology for motion capture wearables. Sensors.
2017.

Marin, J.; Blanco, T.; Marin, J.J.Research Lines to Improve Access to Health Instrumentation Design.
Procedia Computer Science. 2017.

García Hernández, César; Huertas-Talón, José Luis; Sánchez Álvarez, Eduardo J.; Marín-Zurdo, J.J.
Effects of customized foot orthoses on manufacturing workers in the metal industry. International Journal of Occupational safety and Ergonomics. 2016.

Bailo, M.; Baena, S.; Marín, J.J.; Arredondo, J.M.; Auría, J.M.; Sánchez, A.; Tardío, E.; Falcón, L.P. rocedure for the systematic orientation of digitised cranial models. Design and validation. Forensic Science International. 2015.

Marín Zurdo, José Javier; Boné Pina, María Jesús; Gil Benito, Carlos. Evaluación de Riesgos de Manipulación Repetitiva a Alta Frecuencia Basada en Análisis de Esfuerzos Dinámicos en las Articulaciones sobre Modelos Humanos Digitales. Ciencia & trabajo. 2013.

Hueso Calvo, Rosa; Marín Zurdo, José Javier. Valoración de una nueva herramienta, para el estudio del movimiento, en la valoración del daño. Trauma. 2011.

Former Associate Professor of Clinical Biomechanics
Department of Human Anatomy and Embryology 1
School of Medicine.
Universidad Complutense de Madrid.

Former Gaitlab Manager
Escuela Universitaria de Enfermería, Fisioterapia y Podología.
Universidad Complutense de Madrid.

Co-Director (together with Manuel Monteagudo de la Rosa MD): Clinical Mechanics of the Foot and Ankle Course (Curso de Mecánica Clínica y Terapéutica –Monteaceira-).

Current practice as Orthopaedic Surgeon in Hospital General La Mancha Centro, Alcázar de San Juan. Ciudad Real.
2014 Visiting Professor Award. Mercy Hospital. Baltimore.

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