World leading tendon researcher and manual therapist, Jill Cook is coming to MTI to discuss the latest research and clinical application in tendon rehabilitation. Check out Jill Cook’s bio on: www.latrobe.edu.au/she/staff/profile?uname=jlcook Course date: September 16-17 2017. Course location: Texas State University, San Marcos TX. Course tuition: $475. To sign up, go to www.mtitx.com/Courses and it […]
MTI is excited to announce the start of 3 new cohorts in 2017. All 3 are currently open for enrollment: Anaheim, CA. Start date: 1/14/17 Texas State University, San Marcos. Start date: 9/30/17 Anderson, SC. Start date: 1/7/17 Enroll by going to www.mtitx.com and click on “Apply Now”. Spread the word to your colleagues and […]
Over the past few years we have been inviting internationally renowned speakers and clinicians to share their knowledge with MTU alumni. For 2016 we had Shirley Sahrmann and Laurie Hartman come speak and share their wealth of knowledge and clinical skills. For 2017 we have the following speakers lined up: June 10-11, 2016 Management of […]
A literature review Lucas Pratt PT, DPT, FAAOMPT Cryotherapy is one of the most commonly used modalities in treating soft tissue injuries. The use of cryotherapy is taught and advocated for in most medical and physical therapy schools to treat the cardinal inflammatory signs of heat, redness, and swelling that are present in acute injuries. […]
By way of introduction, my name is Wes Wickwar and I am the owner of Accelacare Physical Therapy in Garden City, Kansas. I am reaching out because we are interested in helping MTI students complete their fellowship hours. I completed my fellowship through the Manual Therapy Institute in 2006 and was fortunate enough to be […]
Michael Reiman, MTI Fellow Alumnus and currently Associate Professor at Duke University, recently published a textbook: Orthopedic Clinical Examination. Check it out! We are proud to see MTI alumni contributing to the PT profession in such constructive fashion.
Tendon problems are notoriously difficult to treat. Until very recently, the paucity of research meant that effective treatment of tendinopathies remained relatively poor. However, over the last few years the research in tendinopathy rehab has exploded, and our knowledge has improved exponentially. The majority of the research has been driven by therapists from Australia (Peter […]