Detailed training in foot and ankle pathology is required to respond to the needs of patients. In a few years, we have gone from two or three techniques that resolve 95% of forefoot conditions to over 200. Hallux rigidus and metatarsalgia, flat feet, hallux valgus, high arches and ankle arthropathy are just a few.
Advancement is fast and new technologies are putting precise, better developed and highly resolutive tools into professional hands. Techniques like arthroscopy, osteotomies, major corrections and prosthetic surgery require detailed training. In an effort to meet modern challenges, we require progressive, regulated training founded on scientific knowledge and the expertise of accredited food and ankle practitioners.
The Integrated Health Consortium, with its wide-ranging portfolio of foot and ankle services, and UIC Barcelona University have developed an ambitious detailed training programme: the Master’s Degree in Foot and Ankle Pathology and Surgery.
Language of instruction: Catalan, English, Spanish