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A Multi-Modal Approach to the Lower Extremity, Gait Analysis

Course Date

Start: 20-07-2024 @ 9:00 am

End: 21-07-2024 @ 1:00 pm

Course Location

AECC University College
13-15 Parkwood Road,
United Kingdom

Course Description

Course Description

For centuries, the art of Gait Analysis has been attempted and used by many clinicians in the healthcare professions. Some pitfalls include the subjectivity of the analysis and confusion as to what is clinically pertinent. When done in a systematic manner, information can be gleaned from a patient’s gait that will lead to treatment ideas, or more specific functional tests. Perhaps clinicians have made this too difficult in the past, and lost sight of the big picture. Manual palpation and procedures are important, but we also must assess how the patient is moving in their sport and in daily activities.

The objective for this weekend course is to update the clinician on:

  • Pertinent biomechanics of the lower extremity
  • How these biomechanics apply to gait
  • How to functionally assess for pronation and supination
  • How to manually assess for pronation and supination with associated adjustments
  • Adjusting and palpation considerations for the hip and pelvis
  • Clinical orthopedics
  • When to use orthotics
  • What shoes to recommend for your patients with different foot types


Join us for a weekend of learning examination procedures and treatment techniques you can use Monday morning with your patients.


Brett Winchester, DC, lectures across the United States, Europe and Canada teaching various manual medicine subjects and providing hands-on clinical instruction. His area of interest concentrates on integrating manual treatment with active self-care.

Currently, Dr. Winchester is in private practice outside St. Louis, Missouri. His clinic, Winchester Spine and Sport, has established its reputation on evidence-based care for professional and amateur athletes, pediatrics and geriatrics.

Dr. Winchester serves on the faculty of his alma mater Logan College of Chiropractic. He also currently sits on the board for the Motion Palpation Institute (MPI), acting as the faculty advisor for the MPI club based on the Logan College campus and teaching manipulative and adjusting techniques.

Dr. Winchester also teaches modules for the chiropractic rehabilitation diplomate. He has been trained to instruct Dynamic Neuromuscular Stabilization according to Dr. Pavel Kolar. Dr. Winchester has been published and featured in various chiropractic articles and literature.


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If you are interested in taking this course, please contact the course provider.

Carleen Coombes