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The Ray Anthony Biomechanics Summer school is coming to Toronto. List of subjects to be covered includes:
Planal Dominance - The Key to Understanding Abnormal Foot Compensation.
• Gait Related Chronic Lower Back Pain - Intervention from a Distance.
• The Biomechanics of Medial Knee Pain.
• The 5-Minute Clinical Biomechanical Examination.
• The Seven Theorems of Compensation in the Lower-Limb.
Has anyone been to one of these? Are they worth going to?
None of us know what we are doing, but some of us know more about what we are not doing than others!::
Spooky you should post this today - our Summer school in the UK starts tommorow. Keynote speaker Spooner is probably sat in traffic on the way there as I type this. I have been before and they are generally very good (if a little over priced). I guess it depends on who is speaking and what they are speaking about.
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