Final Program

Session I : Basics and Diagnostics
UTC 0800-0925   or   UTC 1400-1525
Intro & Course Ground Rules (3 min)
•  Lecture 1: (16 min + 3 min Q&A)
•  Lecture 2: (16 min + 3 min Q&A)
•  Lecture 3: (16 min + 3 min Q&A)
•  Lecture 4: (16 min + 3 min Q&A)
Break: 3 minutes (Chat rooms)

Session II : Treatment
UTC 0925-1045  or  UTC 1525-1745
•  Lecture 5: (16 min + 3 min Q&A)
•  Lecture 6: (16 min + 3 min Q&A)
•  Lecture 7: (16 min + 3 min Q&A)
•  Lecture 8: (16 min + 3 min Q&A)
Break: 4 minutes (Chat rooms)

Session III : Rehabilitation
UTC 1045-1200   or  UTC 1645-1800
•  Lecture 9: (16 min + 3 min Q&A)
•  Lecture 10: (30 min + 5 min Q&A)
•  Lecture 11: (16 min + 3 min Q&A)
Closure|Announcement for 2022

 
 
 
 
 
 

 

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

  • back

MANUAL MEDICINE   WORLDWIDE 2022

Webinar (English) – March 19th, 2022
Two Timeframes

Lectures and Speakers

Welcome & Course Coordinator:
FIMM President  H. Bultman – The Netherlands   link

Session I :   Basics and Diagnostics 

Lecture 1
Session A : Evidence based manual medicine – results of systematic reviews during last decade   L. Beyer – Germany  • link
Session B : Manual therapeutic aspects of the thoracic outlet syndrome
K.-A. Lindgren – Finland • link

Lecture 2
Radiological imaging of the shoulder joint – relation to manual medical findings
J. Kalinka-Grafe, U. Kalinka – Germany   link

Lecture 3
Ultrasound examination of the shoulder in relation to manual medicine findings
M. Bach Hellfritzsch – Denmark  link

Lecture 4
Integrative approach including chuna manual therapy on shoulder joint dysfunction
Hyun-Joon Lee, Hang-woo Nam – Republic of Korea • link

Session II :   Treatment

Lecture 5
Cervical spondylogenic syndromes in painful shoulder

M. Noriega McArthur – Spain   link

Lecture 6
HIP (Hands Induced Posture) – Facilitation of muscles of the trunk and shoulder girdle via the hands   N. Best – Germany  canceled
Developments of international papers in MM Medicine 2021
B. Terrier – Switzerland  • link

Lecture 7
Session A: Efficacy of a manual treatment method according to the fascial distortion model in the management of contracted ("frozen") shoulder

T. A. Capistrant – USA • link
Session B: Evidence based manual medicine – results of systematic reviews during last decade   L. Beyer – Germany  • link

Lecture 8
Update of Seven stages of Spencer in frozen shoulder

D. Eland – USA • link

Session III :  Rehabilitation

Lecture 9
Axial integration in shoulder-girdle rehabilitation
M. Baumann – Switzerland 
• link

Lecture 10
Fast track rehabilitation is safe after reversed total shoulder arthroplasty: surgery, rehabilitation and outcome
A. Kornuijt, R. Bogie – The Netherlands 
• link

Lecture 11
Session A: Manual therapeutic aspects of the thoracic outlet syndrome
K.-A. Lindgren – Finland • link
Session B: Efficacy of a manual treatment method according to the fascial distortion model in the management of contracted ("frozen") shoulder
T. A. Capistrant – USA • link

 

 • back

Sessions UTC 0800-1200 and UTC 1400-1800 are identical meetings.
The webinar is repeated twice to help participations from around the world to participate despite different time zones.

 register now !

Registration and participation are free.

Register even if you are unable to participate at the webinar. By doing so, you will get free access to the lectures on YouTube®.

Go to FIMM Video Archive and see all Sessions 2020   • link