Final Program

Session I : MM Evidence-Base and Basics of MM / Pain Research
UTC 0800-0945     or UTC 1400-1545
5 min. Intro & Course Ground Rules
•  Lecture 1: (15 min + 5 min Q&A)
•  Lecture 2: (15 min + 5 min Q&A)
•  Lecture 3: (15 min + 4 min Q&A)
•  Lecture 4: (20 min + 3 min Q&A)
•  Lecture 5: (15 min + 3 min Q&A)
Break: 5 minutes (Chat rooms)

Session II : MM Diagnostics / Techniques
UTC 0945-1100     or UTC 1545-1700
•  Lecture 6: (15 min + 6 min Q&A)
•  Lecture 7: (15 min + 6 min Q&A)
•  Lecture 8: (15 min + 6 min Q&A)
Break: 12 minutes (Chat rooms)

Session III : MM Treatment / Clinical Views
UTC 1100-1200     or UTC 1700-1800
•  Lecture 9:   (15 min + 5 min Q&A)
•  Lecture 10: (15 min + 5 min Q&A)
•  Lecture 11: (15 min + 5 min Q&A)
Closure|Announcement for 2022
 

 
 
 
 
 
 

 

 
 

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MANUAL MEDICINE   WORLDWIDE 2021

A live International Web Event

Webinar (English) – October 23th, 2021
Two Timeframes

Lectures and Speakers

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

Session I :   MM Evidence-Base and Basics of MM / Pain Research

Lecture 1
Session A : Supporting subjective reporting with objective findings post
treatment in the cervical spine   P. Barnes – USA   link
Session B : Korean Chuna-Manual Medicine in the clinical management of pain & function  Hoe-Cheon Yang – Republic of Korea  • link

Lecture 2
Manual Medicine, an option for neuro-orthopaedic patients?
S. Martin – Germany/ÄMKA   link

Lecture 3
Groin pain: a conservative treatment in femoro-acetabular impingement (FAI)
P. Castells – Spain   link

Lecture 4
Analgesic effect of manual therapy in complex treatment of patients with chronic vertebrogenic lumbosciatica   V. Gubenko – Ukraine  • link

Lecture 5
The quadratus lumborum muscle under investigation – what really hurts?
S. Vulfsons – Israel  • link

Session II :   MM Diagnostics / Techniques

Lecture 6
Fine tuning of spinal thrust (HVLA) manipulations

F. J. Martínez Romero – Spain   link

Lecture 7
Session A : Korean Chuna-Manual Medicine in the clinical management of pain & function  Hoe-Cheon Yang – Republic of Korea  • link
Session B : Soft tissue dysfunction as the main cause of pain in MM
C. D. Strán – Uruguay  link

Lecture 8
MM and musculoskeletal injections
D. 
Diraçoğlu – Turkey  • link

Session III : MM Treatment / Clinical views

Lecture 9
Clinical application of counterstrain in the practice of MM in the treatment of pain  
W. Devine – USA   link

Lecture 10
Session A : Soft tissue dysfunction as the main cause of pain in MM
C. D. Strán – Uruguay   link
Session B : Supporting subjective reporting with objective findings post treatment in the cervical spine  P. Barnes – USA   link

Lecture 11
Interventional treatment in MM
C. Mariconda (E. Bettoni / C. Correggia) – Italy   link

 

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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.

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