Preliminary Programme

Session I: MM Technique
UTC 0800-0920  or  1400-1530
•  5 Minute Intro to Course
•  Lecture 1: (30 min + 5 min Q&A)
•  Lecture 2: (15 min + 5 min Q&A)
•  Lecture 3: (15 min + 5 min Q&A)
•  Lecture 4: (18 min)

Session II: MM Evidence-Base
UTC 0930-1045  or  1530-1645
•  Lecture 5: (15 min + 5 min Q&A)
•  Lecture 6: (15 min + 5 min Q&A)
•  Lecture 7: (15 min + 5 min Q&A)
•  Lecture 8: (15 min + 5 min Q&A)

Brake: 10 min

Session III: MM Application
UTC 1100-1200  or  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)
•  Clousure|Announcement for 2021
 

 
 

MANUAL MEDICINE WORLDWIDE 2020

A live international Web Event

Webinar (English) – October 24, 2020
Two Timeframes

Lectures and Speakers
Welcome & Course Coordinator (H. Bultman)

Session I: MM Technique
•  Lecture 1: Atlas therapy – Arlen style (P. Weng)
•  Lecture 2: Maigne concept in Manual Medicine (M.V. Sotos Borràs)
•  Lecture 3: HVLA manipulation: Auton. nervous system effects (S. Vinzelberg)
•  Lecture 4: MM in sports: Functional impingement of the shoulder, a therapeu-
                      tical approach in Manual Medicine 
(M. Baumann)

Session II: MM Evidence-Base
•  Lecture 5: How do we measure the outcome in patients with
                      musculoskeletal pain? (B. Schøtz Christensen)

•  Lecture 6: The impact of the microbiom on neuromusculoskeletal 
                       function and dysfunction
(A. Minerbi)

•  Lecture 7: The Bregma Test – an orientating test of general sensomotor
                       abilities in deep stabilizing system
(N. Best)

•  Lecture 8: Reducing mortality and morbidity in elderly, hospitalized
                      pneumonia patients: MM protocol
(B. Degenhard)

Session III: MM Application
•  Lecture 9:  Hospitalized-based MM service before and
                        after COVID-19
(H. Ettlinger)

•  Lecture 10: Core stability exercise: Everyday self-practice
                         in chronic low back pain
(D. Seipelt)

•  Lecture 11: MM in pediatrics health and function (ÄMKA)