MDT World Press

The MDT World Press, our quarterly international online publication, serves as a forum for collaboration and a training ground for new authors in clinical, business and public education to inform, communicate, share experiences, and learn from the worldwide community of faculty, clinicians, or students interested in the further advancement of McKenzie Method® of Mechanical Diagnosis and Therapy® (MDT).

Editorial Committee
Chris Chase PT, Dip. MDT; Kim Greene PT, Dip. MDT; Kristi Maguire PT, Dip. MDT; Michelle Miller PT, Dip. MDT; Yoav Suprun, PT, Dip. MDT

Review Commitee
Helen Clare PT, Dip. MDT; Mark Werneke PT, Dip. MDT; Stuart Horton PT, Dip. MDT; Sinnika Kilpikoski PT, Dip. MDT; Lieve Moyaert MSc PT, MT, Dip. MDT

Current Issue

Feature Commentary

How to Tell My Patients: 1001 Ways to Talk About Derangements and Directional Preference

Georg Supp, PT, MT, Dip. MDT

As diverse as patients can be, therapists can also be just as diverse with their answers to this particular question. The following article provides a potpourri of models, analogies and explanations for Derangements, Directional Preference and Self Treatment.

Literature Review One

Summary and Perspective of Recent Literature

David Ham, PT, Cert. MDT

Heidar Abady A, Rosedale R, Chesworth B, Rotondi M, Overend T. (2017). Application of the McKenzie system of Mechanical Diagnosis and Therapy (MDT) in patients with shoulder pain; a prospective longitudinal study. J Man Manip Ther; DOI:10.1080/10669817.2017.1313929

Literature Review Two

Summary and Perspective of Recent Literature

Renee Spinella, PT, Dip. MDT and Richard Rosedale, PT, Dip. MDT

Maccio JR, et al. (2017). Directional preference of the wrist: a preliminary investigation. Journal of Manual & Manipulative Therapy; Doi: 10.1080/10669817.2017.1283767.

Business & Marketing Corner

Tales of a MDT Artic Adventure

Fiona MacKenzie, PT, Dip. MDT

After listening Jason Ward’s Mechanical Care Forum Podcast highlighting local MDTer, Connie Lee (Episodes No. 144 & 145), traveling north to the arctic seemed like a great opportunity close to home. And, why not? When would I next have an opportunity like THIS?!?