Inspiration

Mulligan Concept – mobilization with movement

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Principles behind Mulligan Concept:

  • Examination and treatment should be pain free.
  • Examination and treatment should be based on the patients feedback.
  • The manual therapy techniques being used is mobilization with movement (MWM) and less invasive mobilization techniques (NAGS, SNAGS).
  • There have to be a immediately PILL effect for treatment. (PILL – Pain free, Immediate, Long Lasting).
  • Variation of tape techniques MWM tape-teknikker can optimize the Long Lasting experience.

CMP – Certified Mulligan Practitioner

My Mulligan Mentors (MMM)

  • Josef Andersen, Post.Grad.Dip.PT, Melbourne University

    Master of Musculoskeletal & Sports, University of South Australia, Mulligan Concept Teachers Association MCTA, Mulligan Concept Regional Manager, Europe

  • Brian Mulligan, physiotherapist, founder of Mulligan Method, having too many titles, but one of them are Award of Excellence of the World Confederation of Physical Therapists
  • Mark Oliver, Master of Applied Science (Curtin) Grad Dip Manipulative Therapy (Curtin) Dip Manipulative Therapy (NZMTA) Dip Physio (NZ), Mulligan Concept teacher, Perth, Australia.

For at få en forsmag på effekterne ved behandling gennem MWM vil jeg anbefale disse videoer med Josef Andersen. For en direkte kontakt til Josef kan finde på http://www.mulligan.dk og du kan efterhånden en Mulligan uddannet fysioterapeut i de fleste byer i Danmark.

Inspiration Videos from Josef Andersen

MWM for supination

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