What is Manual Therapy?
In general, manual therapy is a treatment, which is performed by a physiotherapist using only his/her hands. In the process of manual therapy various techniques are being used in order to appease the pain, experienced by the patient.
Manual therapy encompasses many techniques, including joint mobilizations and manipulations – specific and accurate movements that vary in speed, intensity, amplitude and range of motion, by which a neurophysiological effect is created which helps to relax and take the tension away from the tissues, ease the pain and activate the muscles.
Maitland® Concept is the highest standard of examination and treatment of the patient patient and one of today’s most recent and popular trends of Manual Therapy, with the focus on clinical reasoning and decision making process on which the whole examination and treatment process is based on.
These courses are for:
- Manual therapists;
- Medical doctors.
All courses are in English, possibly with simultaneous translation to the native language, depending on the location.
The course is divided into 4 parts (440 hours altogether).
4 levels are available – 1, 2a, 2b and 3:
- The first level is divided into four weeks (a total of 160 hours, which corresponds to 9 ECTS credits);
- The second (2a) level – into two weeks (a total of 80 hours, which corresponds to 6 ECTS credits); ;
- The third (2b) level – into two weeks (a total of 80 hours, which corresponds to 6 ECTS credits); ;
- The fourth (3) level – into three weeks (a total of 120 hours, which corresponds to 8 ECTS credits);