With the increase in requests for Credentialled McKenzie clinicians, taking and passing the exam is strongly recommended. The exam consists of multi-level testing designed to assess the clinical knowledge and skills in MDT of the clinician.
Successful completion of the Credentialing Examination indicates that a clinician has met the requirements established by The McKenzie Institute International (MII), to recognize basic competency in Mechanical Diagnosis and Therapy® (MDT).
The examination consists of written and practical components, designed to assess the clinical knowledge and skills developed by the clinician throughout the post-graduate MDT courses. Those who pass the exam may add the post nominal "Cred. MDT" to their professional title. Credentialed clinicians who are members of the McKenzie Institute New Zealand are also added to the online Clinician Locator; which is used by patients and referrers seeking certified MDT providers.View Overview Book Course Now
Date and timeSaturday 31st July 2021
9.00am to 4.30pm
Registration opens at 8.30am
65 Dixon Street
$517.50 Early Bird special ($450 +GST) Book and pay by 5th June 2021
$632.50 book and pay within 8 weeks of the exam date ($550+GST)
The exam fee is included in the MDT Education Programme
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Dip Phty, Dip MDT, Dip MT, MPNZ, MNZCP (Manipulative Therapy)
Greg graduated from the Otago School of Physiotherapy in 1991. He completed the Diploma in Mechanical Diagnosis and Therapy (Dip MDT) in 1994 and the Diploma in Manipulative Therapy (Dip MT) in 1996. Greg was recognised as an Advanced Practitioner with the NZ College of Physiotherapy (MNZCP). He is a Senior and International Instructor with the McKenzie Institute International and has been lecturing extensively with the Institute since 2004. Greg is a member of the McKenzie Institute International (MII) Education Council and a member of the Institutes Board of Trustees. He lectures all over the world.
Greg has been an accredited provider with ‘High Performance Sport New Zealand’ since 2000. He has an interest in Chronic Low Back pain and sports injuries specifically related to Swimmers and Runners but has a real interest in all sports. Greg has been in private practice since 1992 and is a Co-Director and senior physiotherapist of Inform Physiotherapy Limited and was a founding Director of Wellington Sports Medicine.
Greg is a member of Physiotherapy NZ, NZ Manipulative Physiotherapists Association, McKenzie Institute NZ, NZ Pain Society and Sport Physiotherapy NZ.
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Venue and address
65 Dixon Street
Parking in the city centre can be challenging. We suggest that you use public transport if possible. This venue can be reached easily by bus (from Newtown it’s buses 1, 3, 18e, 23 or 29; from the train station it’s buses 1, 3, 7, 24. 25, or approximately a 25 minute walk; from Brooklyn it’s buses 7 or 17 or approx 25 minute walk). Let me know where you're coming from and I can try and find the best public transport route!
The closest parking buildings are the Wilson ones on Willis Street (one at 192 and another at 151) or another at 33 Ghuznee Street. They have early bird rates apply for entering between 6.00am to 9.30am and leaving before 7pm.