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Foot Drop & Fascia

Total CME Credit Hours: 1 Category I (Formal)

Education Types:
Category I (Formal) |  Clinical
Clinical |  Diagnosis |  Orthopedic
Dr. Alan Smith, DC
1 Hour


The dynamics of fascia can be understood through the five primary kinetic chains. This course will educate and empower the practitioner to understand how there can be a directional and relational influence on the origination and treatment of foot drop.

This course was originally presented by Dr. Alan Smith on December 7, 2021, and sponsored by Foot Levelers, Inc



Dr. Alan Smith, DC's Profile

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Dr. Alan runs a family based, subluxation centered cash practice to which he owes much of his success through the education vs. selling philosophy. His journey in practice is vast which includes; a multidisciplinary approach as well as an Atlas only approach to embrace the necessity and value of custom arch support. His energy and passion are apparent while living as congruent as he can in life and practice. Due to this, his patients become like family who know and trust the education and all that is recommended for their health journey.



Overall:      4.4

Total Reviews: 324


Ira C - Niles, Illinois


Lauren B - McHenry, Illinois


Kenneth T - OAK BROOK, Illinois

"sorry, but this was the worst program i watched on ICS. He spoke continuously, monotonously, describing anatomical and structural considerations without relevant slides or video, creating a very confusing presentation. have no idea why he would verbally describe exercises instead of pictures, relying on my imagination to figure out what he was talking about. "

Christopher K - Naperville, Illinois


Steven G - Freeport, Illinois


Christina K - Chicago, Illinois

"I would love to more pictures or videos or exercises "

Timothy M - South Elgin, Illinois

"needed more graphics with some of the slides"

August Anthony F - Crete, Illinois


Glenn L - Bensenville, Illinois


John T - Bartlett, Illinois

"The speaker appeared to have a lot of knowledge about the detailed and important material in the presentation but was not very good at relaying it to the audience in the time given. It seems that the material presented would be better offered in weekend seminar. "