Podiatric Anatomy Details
An accurate and detailed knowledge of the structure and function of anatomical structure with the lower limb and foot underpins all aspects of podiatric theoretical, clinical and diagnostic practice.
Aims and Objectives
Successful completion of the anatomy module will allow the candidate to demonstrate detailed and accurate knowledge of anatomical structures and the function of the lower limb and foot.
Through a structured process of questions, answers, and explanation the successful completion of the anatomy module will assist and enable the candidate to:
- Demonstrate accurate and detailed knowledge of the structure, function and inter-relationships of the musculo-skeletal, vascular and neurological systems of the lower limb and foot
- To link underpinning anatomical knowledge with clinical practice
Certificate and CPD Points
This 10 question module has been written by expert authors from the Society of Chiropodists and Podiatrists faculty of Podiatric Medicine and General Practice. The module is designed to test and improve your knowledge of Podiatric Anatomy.
Upon successful completion of this module a printable certificate of competence will be made available to you. This module gives you 2 hours of CPD points for your annual CPD assessment.
Author: Dr. Jean Mooney BSc(Hons), MA, PhD, Cert Ed (H&FE), FHEA, DPodM, PG Dip Biomech, FChS, FCPodS, FCPodMed