MANUAL THERAPY FOUNDATION OF INDIA ®
( An ISO 9001:2008 Certified organisation)
In collaboration with
KAKINADA PHYSIO CLUB
2 - Days Hands on Workshop on
“ MUSCLE ENERGY TECHNIQUES & POSITIONAL RELEASE TECHNIQUES ”
KAKINADA (DECEMBER 2nd and 3rd , 2017)
This MTFI workshop provides a critical insight into the complex anatomy and function of the musculo- fascia-skeletal system. The course facilitates analysing the mechanism behind possible dysfunctions, providing new clinical skills to enhance rehabilitation strategies and to treat the dysfunctions.
This course facilitates the identification of muscular imbalances, the fascial concepts and the various joint dysfunctions. In present day many patients come with trigger points along with muscular and fascial tightness. The MET and PRT techniques are very useful for correcting the muscular and fascial dysfunctions. PRT is an amazing treatment technique for the acute involvement of soft tissues (Muscle and ligament) and MET is an excellent tool for chronic Muscular tightness and trigger point.
General Introduction: 01 Hrs
Eras of development in Physiotherapy, Introduction to Manual Therapy (Different Schools of Thought), Manual Therapy: Definitions, Indications and Contraindications, Biomechanical Principles in Manual Therapy (Fryette's Laws, Concave-Convex rule, Close pack and Loose pack Positions, Joint status gradings), Barrier concepts, Assessment of dominant eye.
Introduction to Muscle Energy Techniques (MET):01 Hrs
Definitions of MET. Early sources of MET, Postisometric Relaxation and Reciprocal Inhibition, Lewit’s Postisometric relaxation method, Joints and MET,Patterns of function and dysfunction (Vladimir Janda concept of postural and Phasic muscles). Lower and Upper Cross Syndromes, Methods of using MET,Sequence of assessment and treatment of Muscular dysfunctions. MET and joint treatments.
MET for Upper and Lower Quadrant:04Hrs
MET for Sternocleidomastoid, MET for Levator Scapulae, MET for Infraspinatus, MET for Subscapularis, MET for Supraspinatus, MET for Pectoralis Major and Minor, MET for latissimus Dorsi, MET for Trapezius, MET for Scalenes( Anterior, Posterior and Medius),
MET for Piriformis and Quadratus Lumborum, MET for Erector Spinae, MET for Hamstrings( Semi-membranosus, semi-tendinosus and Biceps Remoris), MET for short adductors( pectineus, adductor brevis, magnus and longus), MET for hip flexors( Iliopsoas and Rectus femoris), MET for Tensor Fascia Lata,MET for Gastrocnemius and Soleus.
MET for Joint Dysfunctions:02 Hrs
MET for Pelvic Complex Dysfunctions( Up-slip, Ant-rotation, out-flare and in-flare, posterior rotation), MET for lumbar dysfunction, MET for Cervical dysfunctions, MET for thoracic dysfunctions, MET for acromioclavicular and sternoclavicular dysfunctions, MET for rib dysfunctions, MET for Temporomandibular Joint dysfunctions.
Introduction to Positional Release Techniques(PRT):01 Hrs
History and Definitions of PRT, Jones Discoveries, Physiology of PRT, Basic concepts of Counterstrain and methods to treat, Concept of facilitated segment ( Neural Crossroads), Fascial Dysfunction: Connective Tissue Connections, Indication for application of PRT, Clinical clues for PRT, Mc Partland and Klofat offer the following “rule of thumb”advice for SCS application.
PRT for Upper Quadrant :04Hrs
PRT for Temporalis, PRT for Masseter, PRT for Sternocleidomastoid, PRT for Rectus Capitis Anterior, PRT for Longus Colli, PRT for Longus Capitis, PRT for Scalenus Anterior, PRT for Rectus Capitis posterior, PRT for Upper Trapezius, PRT for Levator scapulae, PRT for Infraspinatus, PRT for Supraspinatus, PRT for Subscapularis, PRT for Infraspinatus, PRT for Pectoralis Minor, PRT for Latissimus Dorsi, PRT for Teres Minor, PRT for Teres Major, PRT for elevated ribs at angle, PRT for Internal intercostal, PRT for Forearm Flexors, PRT for Forearm Extensors, PRT for Adductor Pollicis, PRT for IP Joint .
PRT for Lower Quadrant:03 Hrs
PRT for Diaphragm, PRT for Iliocostalis, PRT for Longissimus, PRT for Iliacus, PRT for Flexion strain, PRT for Extension strain, , PRT for Multifidus, PRT for Gluteus medius, PRT for Piriformis, PRT for Biceps femoris, PRT for Hamstrings, PRT for Quadriceps, PRT for Sartorius, PRT for Gastrocnemius, PRT for Soleus, PRT for Tibialis anterior, PRT for Peroneus longus, PRT for Plantar fasciitis.
Prof. Umasankar Mohanty,
B.P.T(Hons), M.P.T( Manual Therapy),PhD, MISEP(U.S.A), M.I.A.P, F.A.G.E
[ Trained under faculties of Loma Linda University( USA), Orthopedic Medicine International(Belgium), University of Queensland( Australia), Chartered Society of Physiotherapy(U.K), BCOM(London) and McConnell Institute (Australia)]
President,Manual Therapy Foundation of India (R.)
PhD Guide, Lovely Professional University
Member, International Society of Educators in Physiotherapy
International Partner, Americal Physical Therapy Association (A.P.T.A,U.S.A).
Author of the book “Manual Therapy of The Pelvic Complex" and “Clinical symposia in Manual Therapy”.
Programmes conducted successfully by resource person at Delhi, Chennai, Ahmedabad, Hyderabad, Mangalore, Surat, Coimbatore, Baroda, Warangal, Punjab, Bhopal, Mangalore, Dhaka, Sharjah, Manila and London.
Dates : December 2nd and 3rd, 2017
Venue: Venue will be informed to the registrants one week prior to the course.
Credit Hours : 16 Hrs( 2 Days) Recognised throughout the Globe.
Timings : 9.00 a.m. - 5.00 p.m.
No. of Seats: 40 (Max.). Seats will be allotted on first come first serve basis only.
Eligibility: Physiotherapists / Physiotherapy Students from reputed Institutions. There is no prerequisite in terms of Manual Therapy Experience.
Fees : Rs.4,000 till November 15th,2017; Rs.4,500 after Nov 15th,2017.
The fee includes Study Materials, Workshop Participation Certificate, Transcript of Workshop, 1 CD containing important techniques and Lunch.
The Registration Form can be downloaded from the website www.mtfi.net (home page).
The participant may pay the entire fee at once for the Workshop or may choose to pay Rs.1,000/- initially for registration of the Workshop and the remaining course fee have to be submitted on or before the date of commencement of the workshop.
You may follow any one method for payments for registration to the course.
Method 1 : The participants can pay by Cash or Bank Account of Organising Secretary Dr. Pratyush Jalagam (07702556888) at Kakinada.
Method 2 :The payments to be made in form of DD in favor of "Manual Therapy Foundation of India" payable at "Mangalore".The DD is payable at "Mangalore". The cheque must be Crossed.
The DD/ Cheque along and the registration form( downloadable from website www.mtfi.net ) should be send to “Manual Therapy Foundation of India”, 302, 3rd Floor, Janvi Plaza, Bunts Hostel Road, Mangalore-575003, Karnataka, India.
Method 3 : You may transfer from any bank in India with CBS facility using NEFT/ RTGS to our account. You have to take the following details for transfer.
Bank Name: Bank of Maharashtra, Bharat Building, P.M.Rao Road,Mangalore-1,Karnataka, India.
Account Name: Manual Therapy Foundation of India.
Account Number: 20065016289
IFSC Code: MAHB0000381
The International registrants can transfer by using the Swift Code of Bank of Maharashtra "MAHBINBB" in addition to the details provided above.
Once you transfer your payments you may send an e-mail to email@example.com with details of transaction along with the registration form downloadable from www.mtfi.net . Along with the E-mail do sms or call to MTFI Course Co-ordinator 00-91-9901659074, 9448104132.
For information regarding venue, fees and other queries contact the Organizing Secretaries Dr. Pratyush Jalagam (07702556888) at Kakinada, E mail: firstname.lastname@example.org.
- The seats will be allotted to the participants on first come first serve basis.
- All disputes and legal proceedings are subject to the exclusive Jurisdiction of competent courts and forums in Mangalore only.