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McKenzie Method of Mechanical Diagnosis & Therapy: Part B – The Cervical Spine

January 24 @ 8:00 am - January 26 @ 1:30 pm

mckenzie method of mechancial diagnosis and therapy

McKenzie – Part B: Cervical & Thoracic Spine
Portland, OR
Date: January 24-26, 2019
Times: Friday 2 pm – 7 pm, Saturday 8 am – 6:30 pm, Sunday 8 am – 1:30 pm
Location: University of Western States – Hampton Hall – 2900 NE 132nd Ave. Portland, OR 97230
Total CE: 21 Live hours + 5 Online hours – DC CE is pending for California and Hawaii, PACE Approval (pending) CE is automatically granted for OR, WA, and ID.

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Course OverviewMcKenzie Method of Mechanical Diagnosis and Therapy (MDT) is an evidence based system of assessment, classification, treatment and prevention of musculoskeletal disorders. Its comprehensive framework allows a clinician to screen, categorize, apply tailored treatment and a preventative program for each patient. This 26.0-hour course presents the theoretical aspects and concepts of MDT, as applied in the examination and treatment of patients with complaints of neck pain, thoracic pain and related referred pain. 

The first 5.0 hours of the course is completed as an online Distance Learning Component*. The remaining 21.0 hours are with an Instructor at a teaching venue. 

Through lectures and patient demonstrations the derangement, dysfunction and postural syndromes are described in detail and appropriate treatment plans are outlined with emphasis on the use of patient self-treatment procedures.

The clinical efficacy and limitations of the McKenzie approach as applied to the cervical and thoracic spines are illustrated by patient demonstrations.

Course Goals

Following attentive participation in, and completion of, this course will provide participants with the introductory knowledge, basic skills and abilities to begin to:

  1. Appropriately apply the McKenzie Method of Mechanical Diagnosis and Therapy to patients with cervical and thoracic spine problems.
  2. Distinguish between the McKenzie syndromes (derangement, dysfunction, postural) and other spinal conditions and provide appropriate management regimens for each of the McKenzie syndromes.
  3. Identify when the application of external forces is required for the resolution of symptoms using McKenzie’s concept of progression of forces.
  4. Assist patients to design and apply the therapeutic processes to achieve management goals.

*Online Component
The 5.0 hour online component will be assigned a minimum of 2 weeks prior to the classroom session and must be completed prior to attending the classroom component. Upon registration you will be emailed the information necessary to complete the online hours. Therefore, it is suggested that you register as early as possible prior to each Part. 

Prerequisites 
Part A must be completed prior to Part B
Part A must be completed prior to Part C (completion of Part B is not a requirement to complete Part C as long as Part A is complete)
Parts A, B & C must be completed prior to Part D

Note: Parts A-D must be completed to sit for the credentialing exam in Mechanical Diagnosis & Therapy (MDT).

Attire
Please wear comfortable, loose fitting clothing conducive for exercise for the practical portions of the course.

**Continuing Education (CE) credit
CE credit is typically applied for in the state/province of the program & other select states/provinces (upon request). Please inquire with UWS at 1.503.251.5719  if this course is approved for CE credit in your state or province. Always register a minimum of 2 weeks before your state’s or province’s CE application deadline (if it is not the state/province of the course) and email [email protected] of your request. If you do not notify us of your CE request with enough lead time before the CE application deadline, there is no guarantee we can obtain CE credit in your state/province for the course. An additional fee may apply depending on the amount of your state’s or province’s CE application fee.

Additional Information
Every attempt is made to offer this program as publicized. However, The McKenzie Institute International (MII) reserves the right to adjust course dates, location, times, instructor, tuition, etc. in order to accommodate for unexpected occurrences and to cancel due to insufficient enrollment. We will only notify advanced registrants of any cancellation or course changes. MII is not responsible for any expense incurred by registrants due to adjustments or cancellations (we recommend that you do not purchase non-refundable airline tickets, hotel rooms and/or rental cars associated with MII courses). A $50 processing fee will be charged per Part for any tuition refund request when the registrant provides written notice of cancellation at least fifteen (15) days prior to the Part’s start date. Tuition is non-refundable or transferable within fourteen (14) days of the Part’s start date. MII makes no representation either directly or indirectly that the substantive matter being presented is approved or within respective scope of licensing.

Venue

University of Western States – Hampton Hall
2900 NE 132nd Ave, (building 2 on campus map) )
Portland, OR 97230 United States
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Phone:
503-251-5719

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Cancellation policy
Attendees are personally responsible for meeting their financial obligations to the university. Payment of tuition and fees is due on or before the day of the educational session. A full month’s interest at 18% per annum will be assessed on the last business day of the month if payment is delayed for any reason. After three months of non-payment, any account will be forwarded to the collection agency. Any past due debt to the university or any of its departments or auxiliary services is grounds for immediate termination of campus privileges. A $35 non-refundable fee is included in the registration cost. Failure to cancel 72 hours prior to the seminar is non-refundable. Non-refundable does not mean you are not offered a credit towards another UWS continuing education course. Credit will be held up to one year of date of subject course. Every attempt is made to offer programs as announced. UWS reserves the right to adjust program faculty, location, dates, times, and/or tuition to accommodate unanticipated occurrences, to limit seating, or to cancel due to insufficient enrollment. UWS is not responsible for any expenses incurred by registrants due to program adjustments or cancellation. Only those who are pre-registered can be notified in the event of changes/cancellation. While University of Western States will transcript the continuing education credits for attendees, the material being presented solely reflects the views of the presenter and is not endorsed by University of Western States. Seminars are provided for educational purposes only. No treatment will be rendered by the presenter or attendees, even though instruction and demonstrations of various examination methods and therapeutic techniques may take place. Any advice or diagnostic/therapeutic procedures that are demonstrated or performed in the lecture/lab do not constitute a “doctor-patient” relationship and do not substitute for care that an attendee or model may/may not need.