Presented by Talysha Reeve and Ozan Amir
Managing the flat foot can be challenging, as there are many factors to consider.
This one-day workshop provides an overview of management strategies.
Relevant content that will make your clinic life easier
Morning tea, lunch and afternoon tea - Yum!
Full access to our comprehensive online resource library
Saturday November 23rd - 9am kick off and finish at 4pm, with optional drinks afterwards. Venue is 220 Pitt Street - a short walk from St James station.
Talysha Reeve has been a practicing podiatrist for 12 years, and she’s also a level 2 personal trainer.
In 2012 Talysha opened a purely biomechanical & musculoskeletal podiatry clinic. Her clinical expertise led to working as a consultant podiatrist as part of a hospital orthopaedic rehabilitation unit. Her role involved advising & collaborating with physiotherapists & EPs in relation to the exercise programming and other podiatric interventions required for patients recovering from lower extremity, hip & lower back surgeries.
In 2015 Talysha obtained a Graduate Certificate in Clinical Rehabilitation, covering the use of exercise therapies in the acute, sub-acute & long term management of injuries and post-surgical cases.
On top of this, Talysha has completed numerous certifications including mentorship study with Physios from UK - covering pain science, chronic injuries and therapeutic exercises, as well as providing mentoring to podiatrists on rehab. This has sparked a passion in helping other podiatrists gain the knowledge & confidence to incorporate exercise therapies into their daily clinical practice.
Ozan Amir obtained his undergraduate podiatry degree from the Queensland University of Technology in 1994 and completed his Master of Podiatry from Curtin University in 2004. He has worked in private practice for 24 years in both Canberra and Sydney.
Ozan completed his surgical training with the Australasian College of Podiatric Surgeons, with additional clinical and surgical training based in the United Kingdom and the United States. He completed his United Kingdom preceptorship within the Orthopaedic department of the Great Western Hospital, Swindon, where he focused on forefoot and diabetic high risk foot surgery. He also completed 3 months surgical training at the prestigious Podiatry Institute, Atlanta, Georgia.
Ozan is active within the NSW Podiatry community, being part of many workshops, continuing education lectures, and conference presentations.
He has an interest in bunion surgery, complex reconstruction of the forefoot, minimally invasive surgery and management of the flat foot.