Location: To be confirmed – Hong Kong Island, Hong Kong
Course Times: 09:00 AM – 5:00 PM
Special Introductory Pricing
Early bird (before 31st March 2020) $4700/head
Group (3 ppl or above): $4500/head
Checkout & Enrol
$5,000 – $13,500
The two-days Manual Therapy For The Upper Cervical Spine & Headache course will cover the anatomical and functional basis to the evaluation of disorders of the upper cervical spine including headache. Of special interest will be evidence based clinical practice, emphasizing clinical examination, evaluation, interpretation, differential diagnosis and treatment.
This course will be conducted in lecture, tutorial and workshop format for the clinician or academic who is interested in manual therapy, manual medicine or musculoskeletal medicine. It is anticipated that the course content will be suitable to individuals who are seeking new knowledge, to individuals seeking to expand their knowledge and to those individuals seeking the stimulation of clinical interaction. Whilst the course will be presented at a high level this should not be seen as a barrier to participation for those with little or with no previous experience in this special area. As a result of attending this course it is anticipated that participants will gain personal satisfaction as in a variety of ways, which will enhance their individual requirements. There are therefore no pre-requisites for participation.
Upon completion of this course, participants will be able to:
Specialist Musculoskeletal Physiotherapists
As awarded by the Australian College of Physiotherapists in 2007
Adjunct Associate Professor & Senior Teaching Fellow (Curtin University)
Accredited Mulligan Concept Teachers
Dr Toby Hall is an internationally respected teacher of manual therapy. He is an Adjunct Associate Professor at Curtin University, Perth Western Australia and has many years of experience in teaching manual therapy at a postgraduate level, lecturing in many countries. He has a range of research interests with over 110 peer reviewed publications on the topics of neural tissue pain disorders, headache and the Mulligan Concept. He is the co-author of 3 textbooks on the Mulligan Concept (Mobilisation with movement: The art and the science & The Mulligan Concept of Manual Therapy: Textbook of Techniques: Elsevier in 1st & 2nd edn) and has also published a wide range of book chapters in 20 books.