This intensive two day course (14 hours) will focus on more advanced principles and practical application through clinical reasoning, problem solving, analysis of case studies, assessment and treatment of patients, and technique work.
The goal of this course is to build on prior knowledge gained from the introduction of extremities in Parts C and D to:
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Prior completion of the following McKenzie Institute course, presented by licensed McKenzie Institute Faculty:
To best prepare for the Advanced Extremities course, those who completed the curriculum prior to the inclusion of extremities in Parts C and D are highly encouraged to audit Parts C and D courses or read the textbook, The Human Extremities - Mechanical Diagnosis and Therapy, before attending.
During the practical sessions, participants are requested to wear suitable clothing, allowing easy access to the spine.
As this is a practical course that may involve performance of exercise and manual therapy procedures on other participants, attendees are required to have suitable professional liability insurance.