Date(s) - 03/10/2019 - 06/10/2019
Rija VEF Hotel
MANUALCONCEPTS PART 2 (RIGA)
More info of Manualconcept: http://www.manualconcepts.com/spinal-manual-therapy/
Date / Time
Full day 9:00 – 17:00
Rija VEF Hotel
Brīvības gatve 199C, Riga
Level 1 (in 4 week total) 160 contact hours
MSc (Curtin University), Graduate Entry Master of Physiotherapy (Curtin University), Master of Clinical Manipulative Physiotherapy (Curtin University), Accredited Mulligan Concept Teacher, Specialist Musculoskeletal Physiotherapist, Fellow of the Australian College of Physiotherapists (as awarded by the Australian College of Physiotherapists in 2016), Faculty staff member Manual Concepts, Western Australia
Vaidas has teaching experience at the undergraduate and postgraduate level. He has postgraduate manual therapy teaching experience both nationally and internationally. He is also an experienced musculoskeletal clinician and has been working with many elite sports people such as gymnasts
This programme is held in many countries including Australia, Bali, England, Scotland, France, Ireland, India, Italy, Norway, Switzerland, & United Arab Emirates. Please check the course calendar for specific dates.
Kim Robinson and Toby Hall are the educators on this course. They have over 60 years combined clinical experience and have taught manual therapy at an advanced post-graduate university level for more than 25 years. Toby and Kim are members of the Australian College of Physiotherapists, achieving Specialist Physiotherapist status in 2007. Through their expertise, Toby and Kim have been awarded the positions of Adjunct Associate Professor and Senior Teaching Fellow at Curtin University of Technology, and Senior Teaching Fellowships at The University of Western Australia.
The primary aim of the programme is to integrate joint, muscle and neural tissue based manual therapy concepts to provide a comprehensive approach to the management of neuromusculoskeletal pain disorder. The syllabus is a bio-psychosocial approach, which incorporates a range of manual therapy concepts. Of special interest will be clinical practice, emphasizing clinical examination, evaluation, interpretation, differential diagnosis and therefore classification and treatment. Management is based on identification of specific sub-groups amenable to manual therapy including movement impairment and motor control impairments, and neural tissue pain disorders. Screening for negative prognostic factors will also be taught as it is important to screen out patients unsuitable for manual therapy.
Assessment of movement impairment incorporates the Combined Movement approach, as well as segmental manual diagnosis. Treatment for the movement impairment (articular dysfunction) sub-group is eclectic and includes a broad range of mobilisation, manipulation (high velocity thrust) and mobilisation with movement techniques.
Tuition fee: 500 EUR *includes 4-day courses, coffee breaks, handouts (e-version), parking
Credit points: 32 TIP
Course language: English
Phone: +371 28690598 (Sabine), + 370 61867325 (Paulius)
Payment Procedure: After registration an invoice will be sent to your email. Payment must be made by bank transfer to the bank account specified on the invoice in two week period from date sent out.
More information: Catering – Coffee breaks (coffee, tea, water, snacks) are included in the course price.
Course material: e-material (sent to e-mail) materials given on first course day.
Parking: Free for course participants.
Organizers: UAB “Kineziterapijos klinika”, https://www.kineziterapijosklinika.com/, +371 28690598 (Sabine), + 370 61867325 (Paulius)