The Diploma in Mechanical Diagnosis and Therapy® is awarded to participants who have qualified in accordance with the criteria approved by The McKenzie Institute International Board of Trustees and is designed to assess competencies in relation to the Diploma Curriculum.
Attainment of the Diploma MDT will place you amongst the very best musculoskeletal clinicians worldwide.
To gain acceptance into the Programme, you must first complete the Institute’s Education programme, including a pass in the McKenzie Institute International MDT Credentialling Examination. Applicants must also be engaged in active clinical practice, hold registration in their respective country of residence, and be able to demonstrate proficiency in the English language.
The Diploma MDT Curriculum consists of two Components:
Currently the Clinical Component of the Diploma Programme is offered in the USA, Scotland, Canada, Australia, Benelux, Denmark, Finland, Germany and Sweden.
Theoretical Component: 12 weeks
Clinical Component: 360 Hours
Note: Both components of the Diploma MDT Programme must be completed within three years of commencement of the Theoretical Component.
Physiotherapists, chiropractors and physicians can currently be accommodated on the MDT Diploma programme. Those from other professions should enquire to email@example.com in regards to eligibility, prior to completing their application.
Applications close: 19 October each year
Course Commences: February each year
Maximum class size: 25 participants
Fully completed applications will be processed strictly in the order they are received.
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