Clinical Mentoring: Study Groups for Diplomates & Other MDT Practitioners
Todd Edelson, PT, DPT, Dip. MDT
Robin McKenzie regularly emphasized the importance of sharing knowledge and passing on skills and information. Read about my experience in setting up a thriving monthly study group and how you could start one too!
25th Anniversary of the Benelux Branch
Lieve Moyaert, MSc PT, MT, Dip. MDT Benelux Branch Board Member
In 1991, the McKenzie Institute Benelux was founded. The Benelux Branch became a union between Belgium, the Netherlands and Luxemburg. To celebrate the 25th anniversary of the Branch, Benelux board members organized a symposium for all MDT Certified Clinicians and clinicians who were simply interested in Mechanical Diagnosis and Therapy.
The Athlete and Asymptomatic Shoulder Changes Seen on MRI
Kristi M. Maguire, PT, Dip. MDT
In the past decade, with improvements in imaging to investigate soft tissue, there has been growing evidence of significant changes in the bone, ligament, tendon and muscle that do not have pain associated with these changes.
Marketing MDT Through Local Media
Timothy Mahoney, PT, DPT, Cert. MDT
There’s not much that Charlottesville doesn’t have to offer, but no one here is utilizing the McKenzie Method.
When I took my job at Pantops Physical Therapy, I was the only Cert. MDT in a 25-mile radius, and Jamie and Jen Collins (owners) took this opportunity to create a marketing campaign to spread the word about my arrival.