The Mulligan Concept of Manual Therapy. Textbook of Techniques

  • ID: 3691402
  • Book
  • 500 Pages
  • Elsevier Health Science
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Perfect for:

Undergraduate and post graduate students in: o Physiotherapy; o Sports and Exercise Science; o Osteopathy o Chiropractic

An essential reference for the manual therapist seeking to improve patient's movement using pain-free hands-on techniques.

Designed as a companion to Mulligan Concept training courses, the text is divided by:Body regions with techniques highlighting key information to assist with clinical reasoning and assessment Patient and practitioner positioning, guidelines for application and further adjustments.

"..an excellent clinically grounded text providing clinicians with hands on, day-to-day, impactful techniques." Reviewed by Stuart Elwell on behalf of Physical Therapy in Sport, September 2015

"..can be used as an easy-to-follow manual for clinicians who are familiar with the concept." Reviewed by Llewellyn Boucher on behalf of The British Pain Society Newsletter, Pain News, June 2015

"The most comprehensive technique textbook for the Mulligan Concept to date." Reviewed by Evan Thomas on behalf of Physiopedia, September 2015

"...ideal for all manual therapists, from novice to experienced, as well as researchers, teachers, and students." Reviewed by Evan Thomas, Sept 2015

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1 Cervical Headache

2 Cervical Dizziness

3 Cervical Spine Mid-Low

4 TMJ

5 Shoulder Technique

6 Elbow Technique

7 Wrist and Hand Technique

8 Thoracic Spine Technique

9 SIJ Technique

10 Lumbar Spine Technique

11 Hip Technique

12 Knee and Lower Leg

13 Ankle and Foot

14 PRPs

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Hing, Wayne Professor in Physiotherapy and Head of Program, Bond University, QLD, Australia.

Hall, Toby Adjunct Associate Professor, School of Physiotherapy and Curtin Health Innovation Research, Curtin University,Perth, WA, Australia.
Snr Teaching Fellow, The University of Western Australia, Perth, WA, Australia
Fellow of the Australian College of Physiotherapists.

Mulligan, Brian Lecturer, Author, President MCTA.
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