|Biovalent Systems Manual Therapy Training|
Frank Lowen, internationally-known manual therapist, teaches Biovalent Manual Therapies, his original body of work. Nationwide classes for licensed practitioners teach light-touch assessment and manual therapy techniques utilizing the body's own self-corrective mechanisms.
|Canadian Academy of Manipulative Therapy (CAMT)|
Resources and information for and about the manual therapist including general information, education, current issues, research, links, and a private members section
|Canadian Orthopractic Manual Therapy Association (COMTA)|
A multidisciplinary organization of clinical specialists, basic scientists, and educators dedicated to providing the public, fellow healthcare professionals, government and funding agencies with guidelines on the provision of safe and effective manual therapy including mobilization and manipulation.
|International Federation of Orthopaedic Manual Therapists|
An organization of specialist physiotherapists with an internationally recognized post-graduate qualification.
An aid for physiotherapy students in their clinical reasoning and problem solving skills for dysfunctions of the musculoskeletal system.
|Manual Therapy International Tokyo (MTI Tokyo)|
A non-profit organization that arranges workshops in Asia, bringing together physical therapists from around the world.
|Manual Therapy Online|
Presents news, quizzes, case studies, and analysis of techniques.
Information on the McConnel patellofemoral treatment plan and courses.
|Mulligan Concept, NAGs, SNAGs, and MWMs|
Brian Mulligan's concept of mobilisations with movement (MWMS) and sustained natural apophyseal glides (SNAGS) have progressed physical therapist-applied passive physiological movements and accessory techniques in the treatment of musculoskeletal injuries.
|New Zealand Manipulative Physiotherapists Association|
Providers of ongoing education in musculoskeletal manual/manipulative physiotherapy offering a range of short courses for physiotherapists.