Foot & Ankle for Joint Injection
A foot and ankle for practicing soft tissue injection for the treatment of injuries and arthritis.
Designed in collaboration with Mr Jim Pickard and Dr Chris Davies from the University of Huddersfield, UK.
- Easy-to-use Feedback Console: LEDs light up when correct injection sites have been acquired
- NB Not suitable for ultrasound use
- Latex free
- Represents normal anatomy as required for palpation purposes
- Patient posture and management
- Palpation techniques
- Identifying anatomical landmarks
- Injection sites for:
- metatarsophalangeal (MTP) joint
- Morton’s neuroma
- tarsal tunnel
- plantar fascia
- sinus tarsi
- retrocalcaneal bursa
- tibiotalar joint
- subtalar joint
Foot & Ankle Needle Set
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Feedback console with batteries
Foot and ankle base unit
Specialist GP Trainees
RAGCP Lifelong Learning Curriculum: Appropriate Procedures (2016): guided and unguided musculoskeletal injections (eg trigger point, joint, bursal, intra-articular, carpal tunnel, nerve blocks) The RACGP Curriculum for Australian General Practice 2011: Musculoskeletal Medicine, Royal Australian College of General Practitioners. Identify and acquire musculoskeletal procedural skill competency levels appropriate for the required service provision level, eg. if performing joint injections ensure skill competency level has been acquired.
Rheumatology Specialist Trainees
Royal Australasian College of Physicians, Rheumatology Advanced Training Curriculum, Royal Australasian College of Physicians, 2013, p.8 "be competent in the use of appropriate diagnostic and therapeutic procedures, including joint and soft tissue injection and aspiration."