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Improving Outcomes Utilizing the McKenzie Centralization Concept and Manual Therapy in the Lumbar Spine

  • 30 Jun 2012
  • California Rehabilitation and Sports Therapy, 2101 E 4th Street, Ste 170B, Santa Ana, CA 92705

Registration

  • (includes COMPTSIG membership)

Please also send a copy of your California PT license to:
COMPTSIG
c/o REBECCA de RUYTER
California Rehabilitation and Sports Therapy
2101 E. 4th Street, #170B
Santa Ana, CA 92705
Registration is closed

Saturday,June 30th 2012

.7 CEU (pending)

 

LOCATION:

California Rehabilitation and Sports Therapy

2101 East 4th Street, Suite 170B

Santa Ana, CA 92705

 

Sponsored by:

California Orthopedic Manual Physical Therapy

Special Interest Group (COMPTSIG)

www.COMPTSIG.org

 

Click here for brochure

 

Do you want to be familiar with:

Current evidence that supports the clinical use of the centralization phenomena?

And be able to:

Differentiate directional preference and centralization?

Identify responses in the history that implicate a derangement syndrome?

Identify clinical tests used to identify directional preference and centralization?

Implement appropriate treatment regimes based on examination results?

Recognize when a progression of forces may be indicated?

Confidently perform manual techniques to identify and enhance centralization?

 

Then this course is for YOU.

 

Instructors:

 

Yvonne Body, PT, Dip MDT

Graduated from Mount St. Mary’s College in 1990 with a B.S. in Physical Therapy and a B.A. in Psychology. Formally introduced to the McKenzie approach in 1996. Attended the Diploma Program in 1999 and received the Dan Morgan Award of Excellence from the Institute. A faculty member of the McKenzie Institute since 2001. Teaches the entire educational course series given by McKenzie Institute. Currently in active clinical practice with PRN, in La Jolla.

 

Kathy Hoyt, PT, Dip MDT

Graduated from Columbia University with a certificate in Physical Therapy in 1974. Completed the Kaiser Hayward Orthopedic Residency in 1980. Began studying with McKenzie in 1977; instrumental in founding the McKenzie Institute. Earned diploma in MDT in 1991. Senior faculty member, McKenzie Institute, for 10 years. Currently involved with online educational training for the Institute, the MDT APTA Recognized Fellowship, faculty development and clinical examinations.

Registration deadline is June 15th 2012.

Tuition includes notebook.

Sponsors reserve the right to cancel and return payments in the event of insufficient enrollment.

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Questions/Inquiries:

Kathy Hoyt

(562) 595-5752

 

 


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