Final Program

Session I : MM Evidence-Base and Basics of MM / Pain Research
UTC 0800-0945   or   UTC 1400-1545
Intro & Course Ground Rules (5 min)
•  Lecture 1: (20 min + 3 min Q&A)
•  Lecture 2: (30 min + 6 min Q&A)
•  Lecture 3: (15 min + 3 min Q&A)
•  Lecture 4: (15 min + 3 min Q&A)
Break: 5 minutes (Chat rooms)

Session II : MM Diagnostics / Techniques
UTC 0945-1100  or  UTC 1545-1700
•  Lecture 5: (20 min + 3 min Q&A)
•  Lecture 6: (20 min + 3 min Q&A)
•  Lecture 7: (20 min + 3 min Q&A)
Break: 6 minutes (Chat rooms)

Session III : MM Treatment / Clinical Views
UTC 1100-1200   or  UTC 1700-1800
•  Lecture 8: (20 min + 5 min Q&A)
•  Lecture 9: (20 min + 5 min Q&A)
•  Lecture 10: (20 min + 5 min Q&A)
Closure|Announcement for 2022 

 
 
 
 
 
 

 

 
 

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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 :   MM Evidence-Base and Basics of MM

Lecture 1
Pathophysiological causes of disorders in the locomotor system
L. Beyer – Germany   link

Lecture 2
Fast track rehabilitation after reversed total shoulder arthroplasty (a study protocol) A
. Kornuijt and R. Bogie – The Netherlands   link

Lecture 3
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Lecture 4
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Session II :   MM Diagnostics / Techniques

Lecture 5
Spondylogenic signs and tests – application in the 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  • link


Lecture 7
Radiological imaging of the shoulder joint – 
relation to clinical (manual medical) examination
U. Kalinka – Germany • link

Session III : MM Treatment / Clinical views

Lecture 8
Update of Seven stages of Spencer in frozen shoulder
M. Kuchera – USA  • link

Lecture 9
Manual therapeutic aspects of the thoracic outlet syndrome
K.-A. Lindgren – Finland • link

Lecture 10
Axial integration in shoulder-girdle rehabilitation
M. Baumann – Switzerland • 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