Medial Tibial Stress Syndrome

Tuesday February 23rd @ 7.30 PM (AEST)










Get your ticket now for $99


Access the whole festival for just $350

A Unique Online CPD Event

Medial Tibial Stress Syndrome is a common overuse injury affecting athletes of all abilities and is regularly seen by podiatrists, physiotherapists, exercise physiologists, personal trainers, and GPs.

This condition can be frustrating to manage, and many clinicians are unaware of current best-practice concepts.

In this 90-minute symposium, you'll learn:

  • Diagnostic tests for various types of shin pain
  • Causes of medial tibial stress syndrome
  • Which treatments are best supported by current evidence
  • How to design and prescribe a rehabilitation program for MTSS
  • How to use the Solushin as an adjunctive treatment
  • How to capitalise on your knowledge of MTSS to build stronger inter-professional referral relationships

Following the presentations will be a live and interactive Q & A session where you can communicate directly with the presenters and have all your questions answered.

The symposium is recorded, edited, and hosted on the P20 website, and you'll have 12 months of access to the recording.

Meet The Speakers

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What The Current Research Tells Us

Josh Mattock
Podiatrist, and Director of Biomechanics Research Laboratory at University of Wollongong

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Using Your Knowledge To Build Trusting Relationships

Damian Gough
Podiatrist, Podiatry Clinic Owner and Director of Virtual Podiatrist

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How To Prescribe The Solushin As An Adjunct To Your Current Treatment Options

Ben Lindsay
Biomedical engineer and inventor of Solushin

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Calves to Cows: Piecing Together the Puzzle of MTSS

Nicolai Morris
Strength & Conditioning Specialist, High Performance New Zealand

Thanks to Our Amazing Sponsors

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Pricing Options

MTSS Symposium Only


  • 90 minutes of live CPD
  • The latest information
  • Clinical focus
  • Certificate of completion
  • 12 months of online access

Entire P20 Online Festival


  • Full access to all six sessions
  • 10 hours of CPD
  • Clinical focus
  • Certificates of completion
  • 12 months of online access
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