The practice of spinal manipulation requires commitment of ongoing improvement. It is a lifestyle of constantly improving spinal manipulation skills. Whether you are a novice or seasoned clinician, continued practice and mentoring is required to develop that hands and clinical thinking associated with the best in spinal manipulation. This course is the next step in manipulation training, following the MT6 Spinal Manipulation course.
This course is associated with the Manual Therapy Fellowship program but anyone who has taken MT6 can take this course. It is designed for clinicians who have demonstrated entry level competencies and basic level manual therapy clinical skills and advanced clinical decision making.
This course introduces the integration several types of spinal manipulation techniques. The traditional Norwegian approach will emphasize locking all joint to ensure that forces are impacted on only one joint. British school of Osteopathy concepts create barriers for manipulation in mid range, rather than end range. Ola Grimsby has outlined an integration of different schools organized our sciences of biomechanics and neurophysiology to teach the clinician how to modify techniques they already know, add new clinical tricks and learn concepts to assist in creating your own technique modifications.
ROMA 20/21 ottobre 2018
Traduzione simultanea in italiano
Brian Power (USA)
PT, DPT, DMT, FAAOMPT, Cert SMT
Quota del corso
€ 450,00 + iva 22% fino al 15.07.18
€ 500,00 + iva 22% dal 16.07.18 al 15.08.18
€ 550,00 + iva 22% dal 16.08.18
I prezzi si intendono al netto IVA 22%
OBIETTIVI DEL CORSO
Demonstrate a consolidation of existing knowledge and performance in spinal positioning prior to HVLA thrust technique
Describe and demonstrate an enhanced proficiency of the spinal positioning and locking used in spinal HVLA thrust techniques.
Demonstrate a working knowledge of specific modifications to technique delivery relative to patient size and body type.
Demonstrate an enhanced proficiency of existing knowledge and performance in the use of HVLA thrust techniques for the spine.
Demonstrate a working knowledge of specific modifications to HVLA technique delivery relative to the practitioner’s size, body type, and differential relative to the patient.
Brian Power, PT, DPT, DMT, FAAOMPT, Cert SMT
Brian is a co-owner and Vice President of MTI Physical Therapy in the Seattle area. He has considerable post-graduate education and experience and over the years has specialized in orthopedic manual therapy. He completed a four-year program in manual therapy from the OGI that has culminated in a DPT and DMT as well as certification of equivalence in Manual Therapy from the Norwegian Specialty Group in Manual Therapy.
In addition to his clinical practice, he has been involved with teaching post-graduate programs in orthopedic manual therapy in the United States, Scandinavia, Asia and Europe since 1991.