medical students in saudi arabia

Manual Therapy for Spine Part II

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Price

1490 SREstimated Price

SCHSSaudi Commission for Health Specialties

14 continuing medical education hours

ACA-20230005228

14 CMEOnsiteCertificateWorkshopEnglishالعربية

Site Location

Taif -District al wesam

Alandalus Private Schools First round

Event content

Introduction

The scientific committee found there is a learning need among participants about Manual Therapy for Extremites as follows: 

  • Lack of skills in manual therapy techniques relevant to physical therapy.
  •  Deficit on the application of various manual therapy techniques during laboratory sessions.
  •  Weak ability about the different conditions that can benefit from manual therapy. 
  • Shortage in information on criteria essential for reaching specific diagnoses in manual therapy. 
  • Weakness in the knowledge of systematically and accurately applying manual therapy grades. 
  • Deficiency in the principles of evidence-based practice in manual therapy.

Objectives

  • Demonstrate manual therapy techniques applicable to physical therapy.
  • Apply various manual therapy techniques during laboratory sessions.
  • Discuss different conditions that can benefit from manual therapy.
  • Clarify the criteria necessary for reaching specific diagnoses in manual therapy.
  • Apply manual therapy grades systematically and accurately.
  • Describe the principles of evidence-based practice in manual therapy.

Main Theme

First Day:

• PA mobilization 

• Lumbopelvic distraction

• Supine lumbopelvic roll     

• Sidelying lumbar roll

• Sidelying lumbar roll extension

• Sidelying lumbar roll flexion

• Prone anterior innominate thrust

• Lumbar flexion mobilization

• Muscle energy techniques of hip abductors, ilipsoas and hamstring

• Leg lift technique

• Lazy man roll

• NAGS and SNAGS

• Central PA mobilization

• 2 fingers mobilization

• Segmental PA mobilization

• Seated thoracic extension

• Seated thoracic rotation

• Ribs mobilization

• Seated thoracic distraction

• AP thoracic mobilization

• Costovertebral mobilization


Second Day:

• 1st rib mobilization

• 2nd rib mobilization

• Upper rib mobilization

• Central PA mobilization

• Cervical AO mobilization

• Cervical inferior medial glide

• Cervical long axis distraction

• Lunch break

• Safety of cervical manual therapy

• Cervical Mulligan traction

• Seated cervicothoracic distraction

• Midcervical rotation mobilization

• Sideglide of cervical spine

• Cervical manipulation

Outcomes

By the end of this event, the learners will be able to: Recognize how to integrate manual therapy techniques in physical therapy, applying them effectively in laboratory sessions, discussing their relevance to diverse conditions, clarifying diagnostic criteria, systematically applying therapy grades, and articulating principles of evidence-based practice.

Target Audience

  • Student/Intern
  • Resident/Fellow
  • Physiotherapy
  • Occupational Therapy

Trainers

  • Dr.Muhammad Alrwaily

    Physiotherapy

    Musculoskeletal