Lower Quadrant | Saskatoon, SK
Date(s) - 15/10/2022 - 16/10/2022
8:30 am - 4:00 pm
University of Saskatchewan Health Sciences Building
107 Wiggins Rd, Room 3460 E-Wing
Room 3460 E-Wing, Health Sciences Building
University of Saskatchewan
107 Wiggins Rd, Saskatoon SK
Course Date: October 15-16, 2022
This two-day seminar deals with Brian Mulligan’s concept of the application of mobilization with movement (MWM), an evidence-based and effective approach in manual therapy. Seminar participants will receive access to an online preparatory program of learning. During the in-class skills component, you can expect a syllabus high on practical application with a clear understanding of the rationale for use of MWM’s in both the spine and lower extremities. Following this course, therapists should be able to effectively apply the techniques in their own practices and expect immediate positive patient outcomes.
Full COVID precautions will be strictly followed. Course size will be highly limited.
- Clinical Reasoning for MWM’s
- Ankle dysfunction
- “sprained ankle”
- Lumbar SNAGS
- Hip dysfunction
- Knee dysfunction
- Foot/toe dysfunction
Dr. Jack Miller BSc(PT), Dip MT(NZ), MClSc, DPT, FCAMPT
Jack completed his BSc in Physical Therapy at the University of Toronto. He then spent six years in New Zealand where he completed the Post-Graduate Diploma of Manipulative Therapy in 1984 being the first non-New Zealander to do so. During this program he had the opportunity to be directly mentored by both Robin McKenzie and Brian Mulligan.
On returning to Canada, he went on to complete a Masters of Clinical Science at Western University in London and a Post-Professional Doctor of Physical Therapy Degree from the University of St. Augustine in the USA.
Jack holds an academic teaching position at the University of Toronto is a co-director of Key Clinical Skills and works clinically as an Advanced Practice Physiotherapist triaging for fluoroscopy-guided spine injections procedures.
Register*Note: HST will be added to the cost below upon payment submission.
This course is fully booked.