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Caledonian Physiotherapy Services are pleased to announce that they will be hosting The McKenzie Part B Course-The Cervical and Thoracic Spine at 7 Rose Terrace in the 4th – 6th of October. The course is open to GP’s, Physiotherapists, Osteopaths, Chiropractors and Sports Therapists.
The McKenzie Method of Mechanical Diagnosis and Therapy (MDT) is an approach for the management of spinal and extremity problems. It consists of a reliable and research proven process for the assessment and treatment of musculoskeletal conditions, which encourages active patient involvement and participation in the management of their complaint. The McKenzie method is one of the most recognised philosophies of treatment for musculoskeletal complaints in the world. The management strategy recognises the biopsychosocial nature of musculoskeletal complaints and encourages effective patient management.
The MDT assessment can accurately determine a mechanical diagnosis and a subsequent treatment plan that matches this diagnosis. By understanding the mechanical behaviour of the presenting complaint the clinician is able to formulate a treatment strategy that is logical, easy to implement and has a predictable effect on the patient’s symptoms. It allows the clinician to quickly recognise which patients can benefit from treatment, thus reducing the need for expensive and time consuming radiological tests. The assessment process also allows for the identification of ‘non-mechanical’ presentations that may require further investigation or alternative management strategies.
The McKenzie Method provides clinicians with:
- A quick, reliable, logical assessment process
- A clear understanding of the problem
- A safe, easy and effective treatment plan that puts the patients in control
- Improved patient compliance by empowering the patients
To apply, access via the following web link: http://www.mckenzieinstitute.org/united-kingdom/en/ and scroll down upcoming courses.