Running & cycling analysis | Ingrid Janssen

Day 1

Importance of the foot

  • foot positions
  • gait patterns
  • risk factors
  • myofascial considerations


Shoe inlays

  • different expert opinions
    • foot morphology theory
    • sagittal plane facilitation theory
    • tissue stress theory
  • sporter vs. non-sporters
  • sport specific differences
Day 2

Clinical assessment

  • observation
  • pressure plate analysis
  • lower extremity assessment
  • myofascial considerations


Cycling analysis

  • key components
  • observation
  • myofascial considerations
  • cleats positioning vs. shoe inlays

Topics include:

  • leg length difference
  • inversion trauma
  • cuboid syndrome
  • barefoot running
  • (in)stability

Ingrid Janssen graduated as podiatrist at Fontys Paramedische Hogeschool. She started focussing on the treatment of athletes, and became one of the first graduated sport podiatrists. She then followed the training for manual therapist, which she successfully completed in 2015.

As sports podiatrist and manual therapist, she treats both amateur sporters as top athletes. She was staff member in Vacansoleil DCM cycling team and in the premier division triatlon team ‘Vodafone/Citystarters Team TTW’. She regularly writes for specialized magazines and provides guest lectures in Sports Podiatry training in Ghent and shares her knowledge through Profysic education.


IAO Headquarters
Kleindokkaai 3-5
+32 (0)9 233 04 03


requested for BVBO
requested for NRO
requested for NOF


€ 495

lunch, coffee, thee, etc. included
syllabus included
certificate of attendance


April 2020
date to be confirmed

8.30 am – 6.30 pm


Kleindokkaai 3-5


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