Terms of Reference Mulligan concept (C) Trainer Objectives of training: The overall objective of this training is to review and fine tune the participant’s skill level with the Mulligan approach to manual therapy for the whole body. The aim of this training is to use Mulligan concept C in the rehabilitation program to improve the activities of daily living (ADL) and Quality of Life (QoL) of the individuals. This effective manual approach addresses musculoskeletal disorders with pain free manual joint “repositioning” techniques for restoration of function and abolition of pain. It will provide instruction in the use of Pain Release Phenomenon techniques and compression techniques. It will include lecture, patient demonstrations, and lab time to give the participants an opportunity for depth problem-solving and refinement of technique for this Mobilization with Movement approach. Specific objectives: · To learn other techniques that where not presented in the A&B. including, Home exercise, taping, stretch techniques and nerve related techniques. Learning outcomes/objectives:- By the end of the course the participant will be able to: · Describe two indications and 2 clinical rules for the application of Pain Release Phenomenon and Compression Techniques · Demonstrate 3 ankle MWM techniques for ankle ROM impairment. · Integrate a combined proximal / distal MWM technique in the lower leg when presented with findings of persistent ankle sprain leg pain & dysfunction. · Demonstrate 2 knee MWM techniques for ROM impairment. · Integrate 1 advanced MWM combination for medial compartment of the knee when given a presentation of persistent knee joint dysfunction. · Demonstrate 3 hip MWM techniques for ROM impairment. · Demonstrate 2 knee taping procedures to reinforce MWM techniques. · Demonstrate 3 key variables that may need to be modified for pain-free effective MWM of peripheral and axial skeletal joints · Demonstrate 5 manual techniques for the alleviation straight leg raise pain. · Integrate 1 advanced combined MWM for sidelying SLR dysfunction when given a presentation of persistent SLR dysfunction. · Demonstrate 2 manual techniques for the alleviation of SI jt pain. · Demonstrate central and unilateral manual SNAG techniques for the pain-free improvement of lumbar, cervical and thoracic ROM. · List 2 indications for wrist/hand taping procedures for the proximal row of carpals and the metacarpals to reinforce an MWM technique. · Demonstrate 2 elbow MWM techniques for loss of motion and tennis elbow. · Integrate one forearm combined MWM of the proximal and distal radius/ulna when given a clinical pattern of persistent forearm pain. · Demonstrate 3 shoulder MWM techniques for shoulder elevation impairment. · Demonstrate 3 manual techniques for the alleviation of cervicogenic headaches and dizziness · Integrate one combined shoulder MWM and cervical SNAG when presented with a persistent cervical / shoulder musculoskeletal dysfunctional pattern. · Cite at least 2 RCT studies that support cervical snags for headaches and dizziness Expected DeliverablesApply Now
- Theoretical material used during the training.
- Assessment forms.
- Report of the training: general assessment of trainees, capacities and understanding.
- Pre/post-tests (to be arranged by the trainers)
- Results of pre and post-test, recommendation for further knowledge and skills development.