Step Force Quickstart

Online Course

Core Information

  • The Step Force Essentials Quickstart is a great place to start learning plantar pressure analysis.
    It provides four short Modules, each containing the key elements of the full course course:

    Step Force Essentials – Diagnosis of foot dysfunction using plantar pressure. 

    The total training time of the Step Force Quickstart is 1 hour 48 minutes.

    This ‘Quickstart’ is a summary of the key ideas of plantar pressure analysis. It includes the plantar pressure examination of two commonly presented examples of foot dysfunction and two video demonstrations of clinical intervention to show how plantar pressure analysis can aid your diagnosis and subsequent treatment plan.

    It will get you started,  but for a full understanding, you really need to get into the details of the full course to benefit your clinical practice. The full course also includes the Step Force Quickstart.

  • If you decide to upgrade to the full course, your investment of US$150 will be credited to the cost. You will pay only $250 for the Step Force Essentials – Diagnosis of foot dysfunction using plantar pressure,  giving you a further eight hours of detailed training, including worksheets, clinical plantar pressure analysis of 23 different foot conditions, a library of 28 demonstration videos of functional tests and links to all the relevant research.

USD $150.00

Step Force Quickstart Structure

  • QUICKSTART MODULE 1 – Underlying Principals
    1. Why use plantar pressure to diagnose foot conditions?
  • QUICKSTART MODULE 2 - Diagnostic & Analysis Features.
    1. How does plantar pressure assist diagnosis of foot dysfunction?
  • QUICKSTART MODULE 3 – Pressure mapping & common conditions.
    • Pressure analysis in the clinical setting – Two common conditions, Plantar Fascial pain and Medial ankle pain, are used as examples of how plantar pressure analysis can be used to diagnose foot dysfunction.
  • QUICKSTART MODULE 4 – Using pressure to predict outcomes.
    • Pressure analysis in the clinical setting –  Two examples of foot dysfunction, arch elongation and asymmetry of heel and forefoot loading, are used as examples of using plantar pressure analysis to test and measure clinical intervention.