In this course, users will evaluate the impact and prevalence of foot and ankle dysfunction, understand the imperative patient history elements of a foot and ankle examination, and identify which patient history components are affiliated with foot and ankle pathology. The most common forms of self-report outcomes measures for the foot and ankle are presented and discussed. Viewers will also identify the most prevalent red flags germane to the foot and ankle examination and differentiate the purposes of each diagnostic test for sinister problems. An objective is to synthesize the importance of specific, meaningful clinical findings during the examination process and evaluate the benefit of palpation and manual muscle testing as part of a dedicated clinical examination. Lastly, viewers will identify the most diagnostic foot- and ankle-oriented special tests and apply the tests to the appropriate diagnoses. Current research is presented throughout the course to provide learners with the proper tools for evidence-based management of these patients. This course is part of a comprehensive clinical series covering examination and intervention for the cervical, thoracic, and lumbar spine, as well as the upper (shoulder, elbow, wrist, and hand) and lower (hip, pelvis, knee, foot, and ankle) quarters.