The Mulligan Concept of Manual Therapy by Wayne Hing PhD MSc(Hons) ADP(OMT) DipMT Dip Phys FNZCP
Textbook of Techniques, 1e

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"...ideal for all manual therapists, from novice to experienced, as well as researchers, teachers, and students." By Evan Thomas, Sep 2015

An essential reference for the manual therapist seeking to improve patient's movement using pain-free hands-on techniques.

The Mulligan Concept of Manual Therapy was first discovered and developed by Brian Mulligan in 1983 and is now used by health practitioners globally to assist individuals in improving movement restrictions, pain with movement and functional restrictions.

Designed as a companion to Mulligan Concept training courses, the text is divided by body regions with techniques presented in an easy to understand tabular format highlighting key information to assist with clinical reasoning and assessment, patient and practitioner positioning, guidelines for application and further adjustments.

Covers a range of Mulligan techniques including Mobilisation With Movement and Pain Release Phenomenon

Dictionary of annotations for techniques described

Step-by-step instructions to over 160 Mulligan techniques

Highly illustrated

Over 40 expert contributors from 15 countries

Home exercises and taping techniques also included.

 

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Published June 22, 2015 by Churchill Livingstone. 500 pages
Genres: Professional & Technical. Non-fiction