Maitland Level 2 A, 2024, 5 generacija

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Vrijeme održavanja:

1. Tjedan: 17.1. – 21.1. 2024.

2. Tjedan:  15.4. – 19.4.2024
Jezik: Engleski  – prijevod na hrvatski
Bodovano od HKF
Mjesto održavanja : Poliklinika Fizioderma, Gustava Krkleca 38,  Zagreb 
Instruktori : 
1. Thomas Horre , MSc, PT, OMT-DVMT®, IMTA Senior Teacher
 ( Njemačka)
 2. Rene Bakodi , PT, MMSPT, OMT-OVMT®, IMTA Teacher 
 ( Austrija)
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Assessment and Treatment of Disorders of the Movement System based on Principles of the Maitland-Concept® of Manipulative Physiotherapy (Level 2a)

At the end of a level 2a course participants will have gained increased competencies and be able to:
Describe with confidence what is meant by the Maitland-Concept of manipulative physiotherapy by demonstrating a standard of patient care, handling skills and recording which is deemed acceptable throughout the level 2a course.
Demonstrate in-depth assessment and management of neurodynamics with the related theoretical knowledge.
Show an understanding of selected clinical syndromes by being able to recognise and describe the related clinical patterns as well as demonstrate appropriate assessment and management which is acceptable to a level 2a standard
Perform at an acceptable standard to level 2a all vertebral and peripheral examination and treatment techniques including the relevance of functional demonstrations, differentiation testing, the use of combined movements and the use of compression, throughout the level 2a course (upgrade and revision)
Specific Objectives– Contents
At the end of a level 2a course the course-participants will understand and be able to explain and apply extended elements of the Maitland-Concept, as listed as follows:
Specific details of the Maitland Concept
Differentiation testing including “functional demonstration”, specific testing of the lumbar vertebra (Lx), shoulder, elbow, hand, foot, knee
Theoretical knowledge, assessment and treatment of neurodynamic problems
The use of compression and its application to intra-articular disorders
The biomechanics of the spine
Assessment and treatment of the lumbar and cervical spine using combined movements
Lumbar syndromes
T4 syndrome
Anterior Knee pain
Cervicogenic headaches. Revision, upgrading of practice of all joint-complexes
Confidential Assessment of performance
Specific Objectives– Contents
At the end of level 2a Candidates for the IMTA certificate of competence at level 2a is able to:
Demonstrate safe and effective examination, treatment and assessment/reassessment of two patients during 4 consecutive sessions including the performance of a comprehensive patient interview, relevant physical examination and accurate management strategies and progression of treatment techniques in each case. Use reflective practice to justify clinical decisions made when discussing the patient sessions with the course leaders. Perform, accurately, at least three examination or treatment techniques from level 1 or level 2a on the course leaders and to discuss the clinical application of the treatment techniques, including the clinical indications, precautions and contra-indications. Document following aspects of each treatment technique: the model/patients starting position, the therapists starting position, the localisation of forces, the grade, speed, rhythm and duration, communication with the model/patient.
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Time Schedule ( 1 week)
Day 1
08.30 Revision of the Maitland concept
10.30 Cont. Revision and upgrading of P/E Lx and Rx
13.00 Patient Demonstration
15.00 Revision and upgrading of Neurodynamics Nerve Palpation techniques
17.30 End of day 1
Day 2
08.30 Theory: Anatomy of the Nervous system (NS) Practical: Neurodynamics Theory: Biomechanics of the NS
10.30 Revision of palpation (Cx anterior) and movement diagrams
13.00 Patient Demonstration
15.00 Patient treatment by participants
17.00 End of day 2
Day 3
08.30 Theory: Pathophysiology of the Nervous System and Clinical presentation Practical: Neurodynamics
10.30 Neurodynamic Treatment principles
13.00 Patient demonstration
15.00 Patient treatment by participants
17.00 End of day 3
Day 4
08.30 Evidence for Neurodynamic treatments Practical: Progression of Neurodynamic treatments
10.30 Practical: Neurodynamic treatments
13.00 Intra articular disorders: P/E and Rx with compression
15.00 Patient treatment by participants
17.00 End of day 4
Day 5
08.30 Biomechanics of the spine Practical: Various techniques based on clinical examples
10.30 Treatment with combined movements
13.00 End of day 5