Participants are recommended to have at least six months clinical experience between Level 2b and Level 3. Course content: Further understanding of content of Level 1 and Level 2. Advanced pain management and clinical reasoning, psychosocial aspects in examination and treatment. Discussion of specific pathobiological risk factors. Principles, examination and treatment of dynamic control defects around the pelvis, hips and knees.
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Participants are recommended to have at least six months clinical experience between Level 2b and Level 3. Course content: Further understanding of content of Level 1 and Level 2. Advanced pain management and clinical reasoning, psychosocial aspects in examination and treatment. Discussion of specific pathobiological risk factors. Principles, examination and treatment of dynamic control defects around the pelvis, hips and knees. Examination and treatment of craniomandibular dysfunctions together with associated pain syndromes.
Examination and treatment of clinical syndromes such as shoulder instability, shoulder impingement and lumbar stenosis. Advanced management and modifications of cervical instability. Modifications and revisions regarding manipulation grade V of the spine. Advanced clinical reasoning, problem solving and pain management strategies. Worth eight ECTS points Examination 1-day final examination Contains: multiple-choice questions, presentation of a critical assessment of a specialist article, examination of techniques, analysis of a clinical case study and demonstration of satisfactory treatment approach.
The technique allows a problem with the spine, for example, to be mobilised and treated locally and separately. Manual techniques can also be used directly on joints such as the hip, knee and shoulder, allowing movement restrictions and pain to be positively influenced.
Manual therapy can help with the following ailments: back and disc complaints neck and cervical spine problems arthritis e. Treatment always begins by carrying out a comprehensive survey of your day-to-day ailments.
Your description of the problem is very important to us. A precise physical examination is then conducted to determine the reason for your problems. Examination of a shoulder problem might also lead to an examination of your cervical spine, ribs and thoracic spine. The examination will take specific account of your problem, especially with regard to its intensity.
Ongoing treatment is specifically based upon this examination. The problems we detect are treated using specially selected methods, Including, for example. This approach seeks to enable the greatest possible treatment success to be achieved within a short period of time. We make every effort to expand our own experience by taking account of new scientific findings, with a view to providing you with effective treatment designed to suit your individual circumstances. Manual therapy is used in a very diverse range of areas, including conservative orthopaedics, post-operative orthopaedics, sports therapy and rheumatology.
Modern manual therapy does not simply restrict itself to articular components. We make every effort to find the best form of treatment for our patients and to adapt the treatment to their individual circumstances with a view to achieving maximum benefit for them.
We regard ourselves as specialists in the analysis of movement dysfunctions. This approach gives rise to the following indication areas: acute and chronic spinal disease, radicular syndrome craniofacial dysfunctions mandibular problems, headaches… degenerative problems with peripheral joints coxarthrosis, osteoarthritis… soft-tissue problems around peripheral joints tennis elbow, irritation of the rotator cuff, Achilles tendon problems… peripheral nerve entrapments carpal tunnel syndrome, tarsal tunnel syndrome… post-operative conditions after prosthetic fitting, osteosynthesis, osteotomies, ligament operations, spinal surgery These indication areas show that assessment does not refer solely to articular components.
Targeted treatment can begin once modern aspects of pain psychology have been integrated. The various stages of treatment must be understandable and transparent to our patients. Only in this way can we motivate them to assume personal responsibility. We regard instruction on and changes to day-to-day movement behaviour as being just as much part of the treatment as individually adapted joint manipulation techniques.
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The Maitland® Concept
Maitland - a unique approach based on procedures for thorough assessment and reassessment of patients. The 4th edition has been extensively revised by two respected authorities, presenting an integrated contemporary and evidence-based model of manipulative physiotherapy. Updated and expanded coverage throughout reflects advances in knowledge and the role of manipulative physiotherapy within contemporary clinical practice. New highlights include an improved layout, new photographs, and an accompanying CD-ROM that includes video clips of all relevant examination and treatment techniques.
MAITLAND MOBILISATIONS BOOK PDF
About Maitland: Geoffrey Douglas Maitland, born in in Australia, is the founder of the Maitland mobilization techniques. His career led him to teach students and become a noteworthy contributor to medical and physiotherapy journals while still treating patients. Side Flexion. Severity - refers to the intensity of the pain provoking activity. Caution is necessary during the examination and treatment. Irritability - refers to the pain level, how far into a movement pain is provoked, and how long it takes to subside after the movement is withdrawn2 Is the patient pain dominant? Or stiff dominant?