Sue Mayes - Part 2 - Chronic ankle instability & posterior impingement
Principal Physiotherapist of the Australian Ballet and Adjunct Research Fellow at La Trobe University
Dr. Sue Mayes is a world leading expert in both foot and ankle and hip joint health. Sue has been the Principal Physiotherapist of The Australian Ballet since 1997 and Director of Artistic Health.
Sue was appointed Adjunct Research Fellow at La Trobe University following completion of her PhD in 2017. In addition, she received a Distinguished Alumni Award from La Trobe University in 2018. Sue has over 22 research publications involving the foot, ankle and hip joint health. In 2020, Sue was awarded an Order of Australia for her contributions to the field of physiotherapy.
Sue regularly consults for professional sporting clubs within Australia and around the world on the management of complex foot and ankle pathology.
In this SportsMAP Masterclass, Sue takes viewers through a comprehensive assessment and rehabilitation plan for chronic ankle instability and posterior impingement. Key topics that are covered include:
- Midfoot and hindfoot anatomy
- Subtalar assessment
- Posterior impingement assessment
- Graded objective testing
- Subtalar and talocrural mobilisation treatment techniques
- Comprehensive graded rehabilitation
- Stair protocols
- Reformer exercises