Advanced Concepts in Prosthetic Feet

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Scientific evidence was provided to substantiate course content
Information presented will be useful in my healthcare career
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Course Objective Assessment
The course has met the below learning objectives and I am now able to: *
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Identify the functional phases of anatomical foot and ankle motion
Describe how prosthetic design has attempted to mimic the functional phases of foot/ankle motion
Discuss the concept of an overload spring foot design
Describe how passive motion feet aide the user when traversing slopes, ramps and uneven terrain
Discuss how powered prosthetic feet aide in normal gait and assist in traversing inclines and stairs
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