465 Foot and Ankle Conditions

Learning Objectives

Upon completion of this session, you should be able to:

  1. Describe the etiologies of and risk factors for plantar fasciitis.
  2. Describe treatment options and techniques for management of plantar fasciitis.
  3. Explain the natural history of flexible pes planus in children.
  4. Differentiate between rigid and flexible pes planus.
  5. List common etiologies of chronic lateral ankle pain.
  6. Evaluate patients with chronic lateral ankle pain using appropriate physical examination and imaging techniques.
  7. Evaluate patients with midfoot or forefoot pain using appropriate physical examination and imaging techniques.
  8. Describe treatment options for management of midfoot or forefoot pain.

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Course summary
Available credit: 
  • 5.00 AAFP prescribed
Course opens: 
03/25/2014
Course expires: 
12/31/2019
Cost:
$645.00

Peter J. Carek, MD, MS, FAAFP, CAQSM, is the chair of and the C. Sue and Louis C. Murray, MD, Professor in Family Medicine in the department of community health and family medicine at the University of Florida (UF) College of Medicine, Gainesville. Dr Carek completed a family medicine residency at the Medical University of South Carolina, Charleston. He completed fellowships in sports medicine at the Ohio Physi­cal Therapy and Sports Medicine Clinic in Cleveland and the University of Tennessee (UT) Medical Center, Knoxville. He earned a master’s degree in human performance and sports studies from UT, Knoxville. Before serving in his current posi­tion, Dr Carek served as a team physician for the College of Charleston in Charleston and as medical director for the Coo­per River Bridge Run in Mount Pleasant and Charleston. 

Katherine M. Edenfield, MD, is an assistant professor in the department of community health and family medicine at the UF College of Medicine, Gainesville. She completed a family medicine residency at the University of South Florida at Morton Plant Mease, Clearwater. After residency, she completed a sports medicine fellowship at UF College of Medicine, Gainesville. She then joined the faculty at the fel­lowship program and currently teaches primary care sports medicine. She is also a team physician with the University Athletic Association for the UF Gators. She serves as medi­cal codirector of the Five Points of Life Marathon in Gaines­ville and works with USA Swimming athletes as part of the High Performance Network. 

Charlie Michaudet, MD, CAQSM, is an assistant professor in the department of community health and family medicine at the UF College of Medicine, Gainesville. Dr Michaudet com­pleted a family medicine residency at the University of Caen in Lower Normandy, France, and a second residency at UF, Gainesville. He holds a certificate of added qualifications in sports medicine. Dr Michaudet serves as a faculty member in the family medicine residency program and as a clinical fac­ulty member in the primary care sports medicine fellowship at UF College of Medicine, Gainesville. He is a team physician for the Santa Fe College Saints in Gainesville. 

Guy W. Nicolette, MD, is an assistant professor in the department of community health and family medicine at the UF College of Medicine, Gainesville. He completed a family medicine residency and a sports medicine fellowship at the University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center in Okla­homa City. He serves as director of the primary care sports medicine fellowship program at the UF College of Medicine, Gainesville, and as a team physician with the University Ath­letic Association for the UF Gators.

Available Credit

  • 5.00 AAFP prescribed

Accreditation Period

Course opens: 
03/25/2014
Course expires: 
12/31/2019

Price

Cost:
$645.00
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