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Podiatry CPD Courses With A Difference!

These foot mobilisation courses are great for Podiatrists, Physiotherapists, Chiropractors, Osteotherapists and Masseurs.

Innovative Podiatry Techniques

Mobilisations, Manipulations, and Exercises (MME) can revolutionise your patient care.

MME realigns joints, reduces inflammation, relieves pain, and improves function. 

Experienced instructor Matt Maguire, delves into the intricate techniques and exercises designed to address a wide range of biomechanical conditions including plantar fasciitis, morton’s neuromas and bunions.

These innovative and successful techniques made Hip To Toe winner of the Gold Coast Business Excellence Awards.

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Where Do You Want Your Podiatry CPD?

We are taking our Foot Mobilisation Podiatry CPD courses all over Australia and New Zealand.

  • 8th & 9th June 2024

  • MME Level 3 & 4

  • 12th & 13th October 2024

  • MME Level 1 & 2

Course Reviews

Do You Want A Private MME Course?

Do you have a large team?

Do you want a Podiatry CPD course in YOUR clinic?

Do you want dates that suit YOU?

Contact us to organise a private Podiatry CPD course.

Patient Testimonials

Don’t just take our word for it—our patients can attest to the transformative results. 

“I have suffered from bunions for several years and because of this was restricted to the type of shoe I could wear. I was recommended by a friend to see Matt, after an initial consultation and X-rays I began a treatment with Matt. I can truly say the treatment has been a huge success, I am able to wear all variety of shoes with no discomfort. The treatment is painless and the feet feel fantastic afterwards, and the daily exercises and very easy to do. I have no hesitation in recommending Matt for all your feet problems..”
Dianne Rosenberg
“A few years ago I had an injury to my foot and since then have been struggling with pains in my feet so bad that I could barely walk by the end of my work shift. I would struggle to sleep because my feet were hurting so much. I've been going to Matt for 1 month now and can say I am already pain free! I really wish I had gone to see him sooner. Can't recommend enough!"
Madonna De Andrade
“I came here to seek help for painful feet after a bad experience trying orthotics elsewhere. I definitely felt that orthotics were not the way forward for me. Matt has provided relief from pain and a simple system of self maintenance which allows to keep my feet in good shape. In just five weeks i have returned to running, yet had not run once during the time i was trying the orthotics. My balance and flexibility in my feet and ankles has improved dramatically. I am looking forward to a pain free future.”
Dale Cameron

MMEs FAQs

MME stands for Mobilisation, Manipulation & Exercises.

Many of our clients have heard of foot mobilisation techniques (FMT).

However, this is more than just a foot mobilisation course.

You will learn foot mobilisation & manipulation, knee mobilisation & manipulation and hip mobilisation & manipulation.

This podiatry CPD course will teach you how to combine hands on adjustments with exercises to treat a wide variety of lower limb musculoskeletal conditions.

No! Our foot mobilisation course meets your requirements for Podiatry CPD Course, Physiotherapy CPD course, Chiropractic CPD course and Osteopathy CPD course.

You might have done foot mobilisation CPD courses in the past or you might be new to this form of treatment. Whatever your skill level, we can help you.

More than 300 clients a week come from all over the Gold Coast, Brisbane, the Sunshine Coast, and Byron Bay to get treatment at Hip To Toe, the practice Matt Maguire started.

They even fly from Sydney and Melbourne to get this foot mobilisation treatment. 

Matt Maguire did his first foot mobilisation technique FMT course over 10 years ago. He built upon this foundation to create MME. He’s since built a thriving practice and published a book on MME, of which he is very passionate about. 

Heel Pain, Heel Spurs, Plantar Fasciitis, Achilles Tendinitis, Morton’s Neuromas, Knee Pain, Hip Pain, Sciatica, Low Back Pain, Flat Feet, High Arches, Severs, Osgood Schlatters and Haglunds.

You can learn MME Level 1 & 2 for as little as $895 + GST.

By doing Level 1 & Level 2 at the same time you walk away with a real understanding and plenty of hands on practice.

Once you have completed Levels 1 & 2 you can look to continue learning more advanced techniques in levels 3 & 4.

  • Carlesso LC et al (2013) “Beliefs and Practice Patterns in Spinal Manipulation and Spinal Motion Palpation Reported by Canadian Manipulative Physiotherapists” Physiother Can. 65(2): 167–175.
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  • Chaitow L, Positional Release Techniques (3rd Ed.), 2007
  • Dananberg HJ. (2004) “Manipulation of the ankle as a method of treatment for ankle and foot pain”. J Am Podiatr Med Assoc. 94 (4): 395-9.
  • Dananberg HJ et al (2000) “Manipulation method for the treatment of ankle equinus”. J Am Podiatr Med Assoc. 90 (8): 385-9.
  • Fujii M et al (2009) “Does distal tibiofibular joint mobilization decrease limitation of ankle dorsiflexion?” Man Ther. 2010 Feb; 15 (1): 117-21. Epub 2009 Oct 17.
  • Green T, et al (2001) “A Randomized Controlled Trial of a Passive Accessory Joint Mobilization on Acute Ankle Inversion Sprains”. PHYS THER 81 (4): 984-994
  • Kaltenborn, FM (2-14). “Manual Mobilization of the Joints – Vol. 1: The Extremities, 8th Edition”.
  • Keir KAI & Goats GC (1991) “Physiotherapy Modalities Introduction to manipulation”. British Journal of Sports Medicine 25(4)
  • Kirkaldy-Willis WH and Cassidy JD (1985). “Spinal Manipulation in the Treatment of Low-Back Pain” Can Fam Physician. 31: 535–540.
  • López-Rodríguez S, et al (2007) “Immediate effects of manipulation of the talocrural joint on stabilometry and baropodometry in patients with ankle sprain”. J Manipulative Physiol Ther. 30 (3): 186-92.
  • Maigne J, Vautravers P, (2003). “Mechanism of action of spinal manipulative therapy”. Joint Bone Spine. 70 (5): 336–341

Foot mobilisation courses offer several advantages for your business. By expanding your services to include foot mobilisation techniques, you can:

  • Expand Your Service Offerings

  • Increase Client Satisfaction

  • Differentiate Yourself in the Market

  • Build Professional Confidence

  • Increase Referral Opportunities

  • Enhance Client Retention

After you finish your foot mobilisation course, there is ongoing support in some of our CPD Packages for podiatrists, CPD Packages for Physiotherapists, CPD Packages for Chiropractors and CPD Packages for Osteopaths.

This is so much more than just foot mobilisation.

This course combines foot mobilisation, foot manipulation and exercises to get an overall effect.

This is a whole system that can be used to improve your client’s foot function.

Our courses are set up so you can use this towards your Podiatry CPD, Physio CPD, Chiro CPD, Osteo CPD.

We want to help as many health practitioners as possible fulfil their allied health CPD requirements while learning new and useful skills.

We have trained Podiatrists, Physios, Osteopaths, Remedial Masseurs, Chiropractors.

Whether you have done a foot mobilisation course in the past or you are new to foot mobilisation, we can help you.

Our courses are set up so you can get Podiatry CPD, Physio CPD, Chiro CPD, Osteo CPD.

We want to help as many health practitioners as possible to fulfil their CPD requirements while learning new and useful skills.

Podiatry CPD Courses That Are Fun, Effective and Practical!

Don’t miss out!

Book your MME course now!