Taller Especial Movilización con Movimiento de mano y muñeca
Special Workshop Mobilization with movement hand and wrist. (2017) UHD – 4K
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About the workshop
About the workshop
Workshops dictated by Brian Mulligan himself in the city of Cartagena de Indias, Colombia.
MWM: procedimiento de movilización dinámica aplicada a las articulaciones periféricas para reducir el dolor y restaurar la artrocinemática normal (alineamiento y/o tracking)
El procedimiento involucra corrección del alineamiento articular y mantener esta corrección mientas el paciente realiza movimiento activo y/o arco de movimiento funcional resistido.
Overpressure es aplicado al final del arco posible para asegurar movimiento fisiológico con arco total (ERL= ‘end range loading’)
La corrección pasiva inicial es típicamente un deslizamiento traslatorio.
La corrección adicional alternada, si es requerida, es normalmente realizada con rotación
Las fuerzas de movilización son aplicadas tan cerca como sea posible de las superficies articulares. Eso evita que sucedan posibles ‘wedging’ en las superficies articulares que pueden provocar dolor
This material has been consented, authorized and approved by Brian Mulligan himself for its dissemination and commercialization.
Don’t miss the opportunity to see and hear from the comfort of your home the creator of one of the most revolutionary methods of manual therapy.
Principles of Mulligan Concept
The Physiotherapy treatment of musculoskeletal injuries has progressed from its foundation in remedial gymnastics and active exercise to therapist-applied passive physiological movements and on to therapist-applied accessory techniques. Brian Mulligan’s concept of mobilizations with movement (MWMS) in the extremities and sustained natural apophyseal glides (SNAGS) in the spine are the logical continuance of this evolution with the concurrent application of both therapist applied accessory and patient generated active physiological movements.
Principles of Treatment
In the application of manual therapy techniques, Physiotherapists acknowledge that contraindications to treatment exist and should be respected at all times. Although always guided by the basic rule of never causing pain, therapist choosing to make use of SNAGS in the spine and MWMs in the extremities must still know and abide by the basic rules of application of manual therapy techniques.
Benefits of Mobilization with Movement
Mobilization with movement is a manual therapy approach utilized by health care practitioners specializing in the care of patient with musculoskeletal pain. Physiotherapists, physical therapists, and other clinicians trained in the Mulligan Concept can assist individuals in improving movement restrictions, pain with movement, and functional restrictions. Mulligan practitioners seek to improve patient’s movement with the application of pain free hands on techniques. Both the clinician and the patient can quickly assess the value of this approach. If the technique(s) are indicated an immediate improvement in pain and movement will be observed. The Mulligan Concept is not a passive treatment approach and many individuals benefit from self-treatment at home.
Common Indications for this approach:
- Pain of a non-inflammatory nature.=Acute pain from injury.
- Loss of motion due to arthritic conditions.=Post surgical conditions causing loss of pain free movement, e.g. post scope conditions, spinal surgery.
- Headaches due to neck problems.
- Dizziness associated with neck problems.
- Jaw or TMJ pain and movement restrictions.=Acute to chronic ankle sprains.
- “Tennis elbow” or lateral elbow pain.
NOTE: These workshops do not replace the official courses taught by The International Executive Board of Mulligan Concept Teacher’s Association (MTCA)
Eleana Janinay Márquez Salazar
“Me pareció que las actividades fueron elaboradas de manera adecuada y con la información pertinente, me encantaron los audios (adecuado tono de voz y oratoria), las diapositivas con el color apropiado, la información corta y precisa, el acceso a la plataforma de manera sencilla y fluida sin complicación. La información suministrada fue actualizada y basada en la evidencia.”
Instructor del curso
Brian trained as a physiotherapist at the NZ School of Physiotherapy and qualified in 1954. Two years later he commenced in private practice in Wellington where he remained until 2000 when he finally retired from active clinical practice.
Brian’s special interest has always been manual therapy since being introduced to the field by Stanley Paris in the early 1960s. He acknowledges as his mentor, Freddy Kaltenborn, but has also found invaluable the contributions of James Cyriax, Geoff Maitland, Robin McKenzie and Robert Elvey.
Brian was one of small group of physiotherapists who formed the NZ Manipulative Therapists Association in 1968. He and his colleague, Robin McKenzie, were the principle teachers on the newly formed Post graduate program for the Diploma of Manipulative Therapy. Brian joined the international lecturing circuit in 1972. Currently he has taught in 91 cities in the United States of America and 20 countries of the world.
In 1983 Brian relinquished his teaching role on the Diploma programme and began teaching his newly-founded techniques. One of his initial students, Barbara Hetherington, took over his Diploma programme teaching role. She later became one of his original teachers when the Mulligan Concept Teachers Association was formed in 1996.
- Honorary Fellowship of the NZ Society of Physiotherapists (1996)
- Honorary Life Membership of the NZ Society of Physiotherapists (1996)
- Honorary Life Membership of the NZ Manipulative Therapists Association (1993)
- Honorary Membership of the NZ College of Physiotherapy (1998)
- Ball Dynamics Award for Excellence in a Published Case Study (1997)
- Award of Excellence of the World Confederation of Physical Therapists (2007).
- Honorary Teaching Fellowship at the University of Otago, New Zealand.
- IFOMPT Maitland Award in Glasgow 2017
92 minutos de video bajo demanda
Ultra HD – 4K
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