7 → 12 février 2023 Varies
Événement hybride

McKenzie Method of MDT: Part A – The Lumbar Spine

Mechanical Diagnosis and Therapy® MDT:  A reliable assessment & classification system for the spine & extremities, that leads you to an effective treatment strategy for your patients.  To be effective, treatment strategies first require a thorough and accurate assessment. Now is the perfect time to discover why thousands of clinicians worldwide rely on MDT to improve their patient outcomes.  Assess and diagnose patients accurately and confidently using the McKenzie MDT system.

 

MCKENZIE MDT PART A

07, 11, 12 FEB

Online & Montreal, QC

$695.00

Legitimate patient demonstrations with follow-up appointments take place during the course.

 

EASTERN TIME SCHEDULE

Sessions / 2 Online & 2 In-clinic

Session 1: Asynchronous at your own pace fully online

Session 2:  Online live with the instructor TUE/08NOV 4:00PM – 8:45PM

Sessions 3 & 4: In-clinic V-Active Saint-Leonard SAT/SUN 12-13NOV 8:00AM – 5:00PM

 

FEEDBACK FROM FELLOW CLINICIANS ON RECENT PART A COURSES:

*The A course has fully restructured my assessment approach to be more comprehensive and provide me with much more provisional categorization of people with low back pain so that I can have a more targeted objective exam.

*The traffic light analogy and a deeper understanding of force progressions/alternatives has benefitted my clinical application of MDT.

*It has altered my thinking about management of lower back pain and added significantly to my clinical reasoning

*Better understanding of the classifications and identifying characteristics. More thorough understanding of the procedures and when to use each one especially in connection to the force progression and alternatives concept

*It enhanced my skills in the diagnostic approaches of LB cases especially, and opened my brain to how I can use my diagnosis outcomes to create an effective treatment plan to my patient

ASSESS & DIAGNOSE YOUR PATIENTS WITH CONFIDENCE

MDT is a comprehensive biopsychosocial classification system that enables clinicians to reliably classify specific sub-groups and successfully match the classification to the appropriate treatment. The MDT system identifies if the patient is unsuitable for mechanical therapy. A full history (with or without examination) can exclude patients with serious pathology or non-mechanical pain that require medical referral or non-mechanical treatment approaches. With a thorough knowledge of the three syndromes (derangement, dysfunction and posture) a trained clinician can identify directional preference, centralization or other consistent mechanical responses in keeping with the MDT syndromes and their predicted response to treatment. Once the syndromes are ruled out, the clinician can more accurately identify other diagnoses such as SIJ, spinal stenosis, symptomatic spondylolithesis or non-mechanical presentations unsuitable for mechanical therapy [Danish Institute for Health Technology Assessment (1999) American College of Occupation and Environmental Medicine (2005)].

Informations
Public cible
Physiothérapeute
Langue d'enseignement
Anglais
HFC suggérées
28
Lieu
V-Active Centre
4660 Rue Jean-Talon
Saint-Leonard, Montreal (QC) H1S 1K2
Tarifs
$695.00
Course Fee
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Formateurs

Michael Dyck