Mulligan Manual Therapy Concept: Part C: Advanced Course: Clinical Reasoning and Pain Release Phenomenon

Event details

9:00am-5:00pm
£300

London Road Community Hospital, Derby

London Road
Derby
DE1 2QY
United Kingdom

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52.9141634, -1.4681851

Event Organiser

NCORE (National Centre of Rehabilitation Education)

01332 254679

uhdb.ncore@nhs.net

http://www.ncore.org.uk

Part C: Advanced Course: Clinical Reasoning and Pain Release Phenomenon

26th – 27th November 2020

Venue: London Road Community Hospital, Derby

Lecturer: Thomas GC Mitchell, BSc (Hons) MSc MCTA

Ref. 2723

 

A two-day advanced course to review and fine-tune the participant’s skill level with the Mulligan approach to manual therapy for the whole body. In addition, instruction in the use of Pain Release Phenomenon techniques and compression techniques will be presented.

This course is vital in preparing those interested in taking the Certified Mulligan Practitioner Exam.

 

Who is this course suitable for?

For delegates who have completed Part A & Part B.

 

Course Outline:

Aimed at the frontline practitioner, the Mulligan Concept is a series of instantaneous and pain-free manual therapy techniques to allow assessment and treatment of musculoskeletal disorders to provide symptom and functional modification. Mulligan Concept courses provide clinically-directed education in:

  • hands-on techniques
  • self-treatment and self-management strategies
  • taping and home taping techniques

 

These interventions shall be underpinned by sound clinical reasoning in the application of Mobilisation with Movement on patients. Current rationalisation of the evidence base for the use of the Mulligan Concept and manual therapy will be considered to facilitate participants a thorough and in-depth coverage of the Mobilisation with Movement approach.

 

Course objectives:

On completion of this course participants will be able to:

  • Describe the underpinning theory of NAG's, SNAG's and Mobilisations with Movement (MWM's).
  • Demonstrate and justify the use of spinal NAG's and SNAG's in the cervical, thoracic and lumbar spine.
  • Demonstrate and justify the use of peripheral MWM's for the shoulder, elbow, wrist and hand, hip, knee and foot and ankle with reference to common musculoskeletal disorders

 

14 hour CPD certificate handed at end of course signed by tutor

 

Fee:£300 (Refreshments included)

SPECIAL OFFER: £300 per part; £575 for Part A and B, £825 for all three parts and £350 for the exam (Part D)

Limited funded places may be available for AHPs working for the NHS within the East Midlands.

 

01332 254679 | uhdb.ncore@nhs.net | www.ncore.org.uk

 

 

Course Programme

8:30

Registration

8:45

Commencement of course

10:30

Break

12:30 – 13:15

Lunch

15:15

Break

17:00

Finish

 

1. Elbow/SWAM’s

1.1.      Tennis Elbow Positional SNAG

1.2.     Golfer’s Elbow MWM

1.3. a.  Taping Tennis Elbow

1.3. b.  Taping Golfer’s Elbow (Olecranon Tape)

1.4.     Golfer’s Elbow Positional SNAG (SMWAM)

1.5.     Cervical Quadrant SNAG

1.6.     Spinal Mobilisation With Arm Movement (SMWAM)

1.7.     De Quervain’s Tenosynovitis Positional SNAG (SMWAM)

 

2. Shoulder

2.1.     Shoulder Elevation MWM: End Range

2.2.     MWM for Shoulder Girdle

2.3.      Thoracic Spinal Taping

2.4.      Shoulder Taping to Replicate MWM of the Glenohumeral Joint

2.5.     Self Treatment Shoulder

2.6.      Self Treatment Shoulder

 

 3. AC/Cervical Spine

3.1.      Acromio-Clavicular Horizontal Adduction MWM

3.2.      Cervical Belt Traction

3.3.      Cervical Fist Traction

3.4.      Acute Wry Neck Protocol

 

4.         Temporal Mandibular

4.1.      Temporal Mandibular Opening MWM

4.2.      Temporal Mandibular Closing MWM

4.3.      Temporal Mandibular Lateral Deviation MWM

 

5. Thoracic Spine

5.1.      Thoracic Belt Traction

5.2.      Self Traction for Thoracic Spine

 

6. PRP’s Upper Quadrant

6.1.      Shoulder Horizontal Adduction PRP

6.2.      Tennis Elbow PRP

6.3.      Golfer’s Elbow PRP

6.4.      Pisiform PRP

6.5.      Thumb Carpo Metacarpal PRP

6.6.      De Quervain’s Tenosynovitis Stretch PRP

6.7.      De Quervain’s Tenosynovitis Contraction PRP

6.8.      Finger Extension PRP

End of 1st Day

 

DAY 2 (Lower Quadrant)

7. Ankle

7.1.      Ankle Dorsi-Flexion MWM: Open Kinetic Chain

7.2.      First MTP Extension MWM: Closed Kinetic Chain

 

8. HIP

8.1.      Hip Internal Rotation MWM: Closed Kinetic Chain

8.2.      Hip Flexion MWM: Closed Kinetic Chain (knees and hands)

8.3.      Hip Adduction with Traction

8.4.      Hip Abduction with Traction

8.5.      Hip Extension with Traction

 

9. Lumbar Spine

9.1.      Slump Position SNAG

9.2.      Lumbar Extension Prone (Self Treatment)

9.3.      Lion Position (Self Treatment)

9.4.      Lx Self SNAG in Lion Position 

 

 

10. Taping Techniques

10.1.    Taping Sacro-Iliac

10.2.    Taping Sacro-Iliac Self Mobilisation

10.3.   Taping Lumbal

10.4.    Taping Trochanteric Bursa

10.5.    Taping Tibio Fibular Proximal 

10.6.    Taping Achilles Tendonosis

10.7.    Taping Muscle Strains (Calf Muscle)

10.8.    Taping Muscle Strains (Hamstrings)

 

11. PRP’s Lower Quadrant

11.1.    Hip Flexion/Adduction PRP

11.2.    Hip External Rotation Faber Position Stretch PRP

11.3.    Hip External Rotation Faber Position Contraction PRP

11.4.    Knee PRP

11.5.    Patello Femoral PRP

11.6.    Fifth Metatarsal Cuboid PRP

11.7.    Second Metatarsal “Metarsalgia” Compression PRP

11.8.    First MTP  PRP

11.9.    Sesamoid Compression PRP

11.10.  EHL Tenopathy Stretch PRP

11.11.  EHL Tenopathy Contraction PRP

 

End of course