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UWS Campus – McKenzie Method – Part C: Advanced Lumbar Spine & Lower Extremities
May 4, 2019 @ 8:00 am - May 5, 2019 @ 1:00 pm
One event on May 4, 2019 at 8:00 am
Instructor: David Oliver, PT, OCS, Dip.MDT
Assistant: Jonathan R. Soltys, DC, MS, Cert.MDT
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Part C1 – April 13-14, 2019 (Sat-Sun)
Part C2 – May 4-5, 2019 (Sat-Sun)
Saturdays 8:00am – 6:00pm
Sundays 8:00am – 1:00pm
Per weekend session: 14.0
Total classroom hrs: 28.0 (Part C)
Note: there are no online hours for Parts C or D
Registration begins at 7:30am.
Please plan to arrive at the classroom no later than 7:45am to help us ensure an on-time start.
This 28.0 hour, four day course will review and advance the theory and practical application of McKenzie Method in Mechanical Diagnosis and Therapy, as applied in the examination and treatment of patients with complaints of low back and related referred pain. In addition, the theory and practical application of MDT for lower extremity musculoskeletal disorders is presented (hip, knee, ankle/foot).
Problem solving, reflective learning and clinical reasoning activities are utilized to refine the assessment, classification, differential diagnosis and management of patient’s presenting with symptoms related to the lumbar spine. Practical sessions are utilized to further develop skills in the application of both self-treatment and clinician procedures.
Lectures, patient assessments and practical sessions are utilized to demonstrate the characteristics and management of the syndromes as they present in the lower extremities.
Following attentive participation and completion, this course will provide participants with the intermediate knowledge, skills, and abilities to:
- Identify and discuss common problems encountered in the application of Mechanical Diagnosis and Therapy for the lumbar spine.
- Analyze and discuss the MDT assessment and how it assists with patient classification.
- Discuss the application of clinician forces, and how they fit with McKenzie’s ‘Progression of Forces’ concept.
- To perform clinician techniques for the lumbar spine at an advanced level and to identify problems with their application.
- Analyze case studies of patients presenting with lumbar spine symptoms and determine classification.
- Describe and discuss the current evidence base for the use of MDT for lower limb musculoskeletal disorders.
- Describe the characteristics of Derangement, Dysfunction and Postural syndromes as they present in lower extremity musculoskeletal disorders.
- Perform MDT assessments for lower extremity musculoskeletal disorders and determine the presence of McKenzie syndromes.
- Design appropriate management programs for patients who present with Derangement, Dysfunction and Postural syndromes in the lower extremity. Case studies of patients presenting with lower limb symptoms will be analyzed to determine their classification.
Please wear comfortable, loose fitting clothing conducive for exercise for the practical portions of the course.
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).
**Continuing Education (CE) credit
CE credit is typically applied for in the state/province of the course & other select states/provinces upon request. Please inquire 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.
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, topic(s), 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.