McConnell approach to the lower extremity

Yverdon, Switzerland Yverdon

The lower extremity program is designed to provide you with a thorough understanding of biomechanical and manual therapy principles for the treatment of lower extremity overuse conditions.

McConnell approach to the problem shoulder

Brisbane, Australia Brisbane

Learn how the static and dynamic posture of the upper extremity, cervical spine and jaw may contribute to the patient’s signs and symptoms.

Rescuing the Older Knee

Perth, Australia Perth

This course will examine osteoarthritis, the signs and symptoms of the osteoarthritic knee and the degenerate meniscus, as well as discussing the long-term effects of anterior cruciate ligament reconstruction.

McConnell approach to the problem shoulder

Wollongong, Australia Wollongong

Learn how the static and dynamic posture of the upper extremity may contribute to the patient’s signs and symptoms at the shoulder.

Rescuing the Older Knee

Orange, Australia Orange

This course will examine osteoarthritis, the signs and symptoms of the osteoarthritic knee and the degenerate meniscus, as well as discussing the long-term effects of anterior cruciate ligament reconstruction.

McConnell approach to musculoskeletal problems

Valencia, Spain Valencia

This eight day workshop will examine how an individual’s structure determines how they move and the impact their structure has on the way load is distributed as well as the consequences the loading has on symptom production.

Shoulder and cervical spine course

Rzeszów, Poland Rzeszów

Learn how the static and dynamic posture of the upper extremity, cervical spine and jaw may contribute to the patient’s signs and symptoms.

Rescuing the Older Knee

Brisbane, Australia Brisbane

This course will examine osteoarthritis, the signs and symptoms of the osteoarthritic knee and the degenerate meniscus, as well as discussing the long-term effects of anterior cruciate ligament reconstruction.

McConnell approach to chronic low back and leg pain

Newcastle, Australia Newcastle

Are you frustrated by the low back and leg pain patients who seem to get worse with treatment? Is there something else you can do? The answer is most definitely.