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CCMT - CERTIFICATE IN CLINICAL MANUAL THERAPY

(Module 1 & Module 2) 

(20 COMMON CLINICAL CONDITIONS) 

BY DR.DEEPAK SAMANTARAY & DR. SATYAJIT MOHANTY 

 

 

Eligibility - Only for Physiotherapy Professionals, MPT & Interns

 

(Module-1)

 2 Days     

Credit Hours - 16

10 Common Clinical Conditions related to Spinal Disorders

  • case disscusion and lots of practice. 
  • Live demonstration on patients (Can be invited by the participants) 

(Module-2) 

2 Days

Credit Hours - 16

10 Peripheral Disorders which are commonly encountered in our daily clinical practice.

 

  • case disscusion and lots of practice. 
  • Live demonstration on patients (Can be invited by the participants) 

 

Fees:

(Module-1) 5000 INR

(Module-2) 5000 INR

(Both Modules) 8000 INR 

 

Assessment & Management Concepts by Modified Integrated Manual Therapy Approaches (Includes MULLIGAN, MAITLAND, AUSTRALIAN APPROACH, OSTEOPATHIC APPROACH) 

 

OVERVIEW 

INTRODUCTION TO MANUAL THERAPY CONCEPTS

INCLUDES MOBILISATION & MANIPULATION 

INDICATIONS & CONTRA-INDICATIONS

PALPATION SKILLS

ASSESSMENT & MANAGEMENT OF THE LISTED CLINICAL CONDITIONS 

 

MODULE-1

 

  • INTRODUCTION TO MANUAL THERAPY CONCEPTS
  • INCLUDES MOBILISATION & MANIPULATION 
  • INDICATIONS & CONTRA-INDICATIONS
  • PALPATION SKILLS
  • ASSESSMENT & MANAGEMENT OF THE LISTED CLINICAL CONDITIONS 

 

  1. Atlanto-Occiptal Stiffness 
  2. C1-C2 Dysfunction 
  3. Cervical Dizziness 
  4. Cervical Radiculopathy
  5. Cervico-Thoracic Junction Stiffness 
  6. Postural Thoracic Kyphosis 
  7. Thoracic Articular Stiffness
  8. Lumbar Stenosis
  9. PIVD 
  10. Sacroilliac Dysfunction 
MODULE-
  • ASSESSMENT & MANAGEMENT OF THE LISTED CLINICAL CONDITIONS 
  1. Frozen Shoulder 
  2. Rotator Cuff Injury 
  3. Post Fracture/Injury Elbow Stiffness 
  4. Tennis/Golfers Elbow 
  5. Post Fracture Wrist Stiffness 
  6. Hip Arthritis/Stiffness 
  7. OA Knee
  8. Post Operative/Fracture Knee Stiffness 
  9. Ankle Stiffness 
  10. Ankle Sprain

Please Note:

 

  • This course requires ALL students to receive and administer manipulation
  • Students should NOT attend this course if there is any reason that prevents FULL participation
  • This course is NOT suitable for participants who are pregnant
  • Course handbooks will be provided
  • Students will be expected to take extra notes regarding areas and techniques that will require more specific explanation or detailed clarification
  • Students are ADVISED to refresh their knowledge of relevant anatomy and physiology prior to attending the course. If students fail to show the required level of knowledge they may be asked to leave the course

 

Please Note:

Students are ADVISED to refresh their knowledge of relevant anatomy and physiology prior to attending the course.

 

 

(4 DAYS)-32 Credit Hours

CSMT - CERTIFICATE IN SPINAL MANUAL THERAPY 

BY DR.DEEPAK SAMANTARAY

Articular Assessment & Management of Whole Spine 

Fees - 10000 INR

CAN APPLY “CSMT” TITLE AS SUFFIX

Information Brochure


 

 

Introduction

The Course will cover the anatomical, physiological and functional basis to the evaluation of pain disorders of the spine. Of special interest will be clinical practice, emphasizing clinical examination, evaluation, interpretation, differential diagnosis and management. Evidence based practice is an essential component of the programme, but evidence can only be used when it exists at a satisfactory level of quality, and unfortunately there are still aspects of manual therapy that have not be adequately investigated. This course emphasizes an evidence-based approach to spinal manual therapy, incorporating classification of spinal pain disorders and subsequent sub-category based manual therapy management strategies.

This course will be conducted in lecture, tutorial and workshop format for the clinician or academic who is interested in manual therapy. It is anticipated that the course content will be suitable to individuals who are seeking new knowledge, to individuals seeking to expand their knowledge and to those individuals seeking the stimulation of clinical interaction. Whilst the course will be presented at a high level this should not be seen as a barrier to participation for those with little or with no previous experience in this special area. As a result of attending the course it is anticipated that participants will gain personal satisfaction as in a variety of ways that will enhance their individual requirements. There are therefore limited pre-requisites for participation.

 

Course objectives

At the completion of the 4-day program the participants will:

  • Be conversant in clinically relevant developments in anatomy, pathoanatomy and age related changes of the spinal column.
  • Safe, sound and effective background in the use of Spinal Manipulation
  • Spinal Manual Therapy will offer participants a fantastic new skill base with which they can use within their clinical practice
  • Discuss scientific evidence for the use of manipulation techniques
  • Discuss current research for the use of Manipulation
  • Relate the use of Manipulation to the treatment of acute and chronic pain, and for a number of musculoskeletal conditions related to spine.
  • Give students a high level of safety, clinical competence and overall the confidence to use manipulation techniques
  • Be proficient in determining a differential diagnosis based on an integrated examination of the joint, muscle and neural systems of the spine and pelvis.
  • Be proficient in applying an appropriate diagnostic specific manual therapy treatment strategy incorporating manual treatment techniques and specific exercises.

Course Overview

This manual therapy programme is aimed at merging the examination of the articular system into an integrated holistic examination procedure. We place strong emphasis on teaching clinicians the ability to perform an accurate and specific manual therapy examination of the spine and pelvis, which is based on current best evidence knowledge of anatomy, pathoanatomy, pathophysiology, and pain mechanisms. The examination process developed by Spinal Concepts draws on the work of many different concepts in manual therapy. We believe that an eclectic approach, drawing on different concepts of examination and treatment, provides a more realistic, effective approach to the management of a vast range of spinal pain disorders.


Articular System

As part of the assessment of the joint system we aim to teach a range of articular testing procedures to include pain provocative tests for specific structures as well as tests to determine specific motion segment dysfunction. A significant aspect of the assessment procedure is the use of combined movements. Equally important is the use of specific passive segmental motion testing and provocative tests for pain reproduction. Current research demonstrates that identification of joint hypo/hyper mobility and subsequent treatment based on this classification improves treatment outcomes.

 Neural System

Disorder of the neural system is commonplace in musculoskeletal pain disorders, and so examination of the neural system forms an essential element of the physical examination. However not all neural disorders respond to neural mobilisation techniques. Hence it is essential that the treating clinician has a good understanding of the pathophysiological mechanisms underlying neural pain problems to understand how to effectively manage them. As part of the course a comprehensive overview of neural tissue pain disorders due to

  • Compressive neuropathy

Assessment to identify these problems will be demonstrated and practiced. The clinical relevance of classifying will be presented, particularly in relation to management.

Participants

There is no pre-requisite in terms of manual therapy experience. The programme offers a high level of information and clinical expertise, providing all participants regardless of previous clinical experience and knowledge with a stimulating learning environment.

 

Eligibility

 

  • Registered physiotherapy professionals 
  • Interns & MPT Students
  • Ability to participate and receive Manipulation.
  • Signed health-screening form.

Practical Requirements

All students must be able to fully participate in Skeletal Manipulation during the course, Wear loose, comfortable clothing(with long hair pulled back); bring a large and small  towel, wear Tracksuits or  shorts with T-shirts and finger nail must be cut and trimmed. And please no rings, watches, bracelets and ornaments.

 

  • This course requires ALL students to receive and administer manipulation.
  • Students should NOT attend this course if there is any reason that prevents FULL participation.
  • This course is NOT suitable for participants who are pregnant

A health screening form can be downloaded from the download segment of the menu. . This form MUST be completed and brought with you on the course, and this form will be kept confidential. 

This four day Certificate course will provide you with the knowledge, skills, and understanding of how to manage a broad range of spinal articular disorders, with particular reference to the spine. Specifically through:

  • Detailing the current research evidence regarding the Anatomy and Bio-Mechanics of Articular  disorders
  • Over viewing the current evidence for manipulation and mobilization
  • Demonstrating the management approach including “hands on” practical techniques and different forms of manipulations for each sub-group of Articular disorders.

 

WORKSHOPS,SEMINARS & CMEs


SPINAL CONCEPTS 

2 Days Hands On Training Course 

Advanced Modified Spinal Mobilisation & Manipulation

Approach including Modified Maitlands, Mulligans, Osteopathy Techniques

Fees- 6000 INR

Seat - 30

Resource person

DR. DEEPAK SAMANTARAY (PT)

COURSE OVERVIEW

SPINAL CONCEPTS will introduce the participants  into the theoretical and practical principles of using Mobilisation & Manipulation techniques within a clinical setting for the  assessmentt & treatment of a number of Spinal conditions.

This  Course will give students the following:

 

  • 16 hours of face to face teaching with Practicals
  • Pre reading information
  • Continued assessment throughout the training course
  • Safe, sound and effective background in the use of Spinal Mobilisation & Manipulation
  • SPINAL CONCEPTS will offer participants a fantastic new skill base with which they can use within their clinical practice
  • Discuss scientific evidence for the use of Mobilisation & manipulation techniques
  • Discuss current research for the use of Mobilisation & Manipulation
  • Improving palpation skills
  • Relate the use of Mobilisation & Manipulation to the treatment of acute and chronic pain, and for a number of Spinal conditions
  • Give students a high level of safety, clinical competence and overall the confidence to use Mobilisation & Manipulation techniques

 

Spinal Manipulative techniques for the following spinal sections:

 

  1. OA joint
  2. Cervical Spine (C1-C7) 
  3. Cervical Thoracic Junction (C7-T1)
  4. Thoracic Spine (T1-T12)
  5. Ribs
  6. Thoracic Lumbar Junction (T12-L1)
  7. Lumbar Spine (L1-S1)
  8. Sacroilliac Joint

 

Please Note:

 

  • This course requires ALL students to receive and administer manipulation
  • Students should NOT attend this course if there is any reason that prevents FULL participation
  • This course is NOT suitable for participants who are pregnant
  • Training study materials will be provided
  • Students will be expected to take extra notes regarding areas and techniques that will require more specific explanation or detailed clarification
  • Students are ADVISED to refresh their knowledge of relevant anatomy and physiology prior to attending the course. If students fail to show the required level of knowledge they may be asked to leave the course

 

 

Please Note:
 
Students are ADVISED to refresh their knowledge of relevant anatomy and physiology prior to attending the course.

CCMT - CERTIFICATE IN CLINICAL MANUAL THERAPY

CCMT - CERTIFICATE IN CLINICAL MANUAL THERAPY

 


 

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