Radiological Interpretation for Chiropodists

Course Information

Course Code


Instruction Method

ONLINE – login information will be emailed within 3 business days of registration


Domestic: $651
International: $846


Continuous enrolment max one year – 30 study hours


Adrian Dobrowsky

Learner Outcomes

This self-paced course will allow practicing Chiropodists to update their skills involved in reading and interpreting foot and ankle x-rays. Learners will gain a comprehensive review of the radiographic views commonly ordered in the chiropodist setting, such as reading normal foot and ankle radiographs, and identifying and interpreting radiographs of various foot pathologies.

Topics covered include: review of pedal radiographic views, approaches to reading pedal radiographs, radiographic biomechanical evaluation, common arthridities, infectious arthropathies and osteomyelitis, tarsal coalitions, diabetic charcot foot, and lower extremity bone tumours.

Evaluation Method

Assignments and final exam online

Intended For

Chiropodists – Chiropodists would benefit from this course because it allows them to read and interpret foot and ankle x-rays.

Text Book

No – all materials are provided online

Radiological Interpretation for Chiropodists – CH806

Please note: As we transition to a new Learning Management System, you are able  to register for this course but the actual start date will not begin until July 1st, 2024.

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COVID Vaccine Requirement:

Proof of full vaccination (2 doses) for all learners is required for all onsite attendance at Michener.
Fully online courses do not require proof of vaccination.

Instructions to upload proof of COVID vaccination to Self Service