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.


Skills Gained:

  • 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

 


Product Anatomy:

Represents normal anatomy as required for palpation purposes


 

Product Qualities:

features
  • Easy-to-use Feedback Console: LEDs light up when correct injection sites have been acquired
safety
  • Latex free
versatility
  • NB Not suitable for ultrasound use


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