Part A - Lumbar Spine
Part A - Lumbar Spine
27.11.2020 - 29.11.2020
**We will only run this Part A course if there is sufficient interest. To register your interest, please complete a registration form**
This three day (21 hour) course presents the theoretical aspects and concepts of the McKenzie Method in Mechanical Diagnosis and Therapy, as applied in the examination and treatment of patients with complaints of low back and related referred pain. Through lectures and patient demonstrations the derangement, dysfunction and postural syndromes are described in detail and appropriate treatment plans are outlined with emphasis on the use of patient self-treatment procedures. The clinical efficacy and limitations of the McKenzie approach as applied to the lumbar spine, are illustrated by follow-up patient demonstrations.
There is an online component to successfully complete seven days prior to attending this three day course. This online component is approximately 7 hours work.View Overview Book Course Now
Date and timeRegistration opens at 8.30am on Friday
Start: 9.00am Friday 27th November 2020
End: 5.00pm Sunday 29th November 2020
If this course goes ahead:
Early Bird Special $805 ($700+GST) if booked and paid by 2nd October
$920 ($800+GST) if booked within 8 weeks of the course start date
Is this Course Confirmed?
This course is open to registered Physiotherapists, registered Doctors of Medicine, registered Chiropractors and registered Osteopaths.
Registrations for each course need to be received by at least 4 weeks prior to the commencement of the course.
Dip Phty, Dip. MDT, PG Dip HSc HPE, MHSc
Margaret graduated from the AUT School of Physiotherapy in 1991. She completed the Diploma in Mechanical Diagnosis and Therapy in 2012, a Post-Graduate Diploma in Health Professional Education in 2015 and her Masters’ in Health Science from AUT in 2018.
Margaret has been teaching with the MINZ since 2016. She brings a global perspective to physiotherapy management having worked in both the public and private health sectors in New Zealand, Australia, the United States and the United Kingdom.
Clinically Margaret is a senior clinician in private practice in Napier. Her scope of practice also involves professional supervision and being a clinical educator for undergraduate and postgraduate students.
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