FOOT7002 Footwear and Orthotic Considerations for the Patient with Diabetes

Enhance your practice in foot and lower limb care for the patient with Diabetes. Understand key elements of orthotic design, manufacturing, footwear selection & fitting, and patient education, and apply them in a comprehensive treatment plan. Develop strategies to address common complications, treat co-morbid conditions, and include supplemental or coordinated treatments from other clinicians. 


  • Orthotic design, materials selection, & orthotic adjustments
  • Footwear features, selection, fitting, and modification
  • Learn to create comprehensive and collaborative treatment plans for patients with Diabetes

This course is under review for continuing education points from the College of Pedorthics of Canada.


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Prerequisites & Certificates


You must successfully complete FOOT6002 - Advanced Orthotic Science and FOOT7001 - Diabetes Pathology and Management before the start of the course. You also must be a Health care practitioner with one of the following designations: Canadian Certified Pedorthists, Chiropodists, Foot Care Specialists, Canadian Certified Orthotists, Prosthetists, Podiatrists, Physicians and Foot Care nurses.

Applies Towards the Following Certificates


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