Welcome to the International Ankle Symposium!
The International Ankle Symposium is the primary venue by which the International Ankle Consortium disseminates the work of its constituents in an effort to present and discuss the most contemporary theories and research related to ankle joint clinical phenomena and related interventions, with a primary focus on chronic ankle instability (CAI). We invite you to join us for the 7th International Ankle Symposium, to be held September 15-17, 2017 at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. The symposium will feature many of the leading clinical and research experts in the area of ankle joint injury.
The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill is recognized by the Board of Certification, Inc. to offer continuing education for Certified Athletic Trainers. This symposium is eligible for 16 Category A CEUs. Please note these are not EBP CEUs.
The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill is recognized by the Canadian Athletic Therapists Association to offer continuing education for Certified Athletic Therapists. This symposium is eligible for 6.4 CEUs.
If you have any questions about the IAS meeting, please contact Erik Wikstrom – email@example.com .
The International Ankle Consortium (IAC)
The IAC, formed in 2004 is an international community of researchers and clinicians whose primary scholastic purpose is to promote scholarship and dissemination of research-informed knowledge related to pathologies of the ankle complex. We are a collegial network that strives to support the ongoing growth of scientific and clinical evidence to elucidate the mechanisms, characteristics, and interventions related to ankle complex/joint pathologies.
|Phillip Gribble, Co-Chair||François Fourchet||Tom Kaminski, Co-Founder|
|Eamonn Delahunt, Co-Chair||Evert Verhagen||Patrick McKeon|
|Chris Bleakley||Daniel Fong||Kathryn Refshauge|
|Brian Caulfield||Jay Hertel, Co-Founder||Bill Vicenzino|
|Carrie Docherty||Claire Hiller||Erik Wikstrom|
Previous International Ankle Symposiums
1st International Ankle Symposium, Ulm, Germany, 2000