Our Online Courses
The McKenzie Institute International offers a select programme of online courses through the MIUSA branch.
A summary of the courses available is below, but for more information, including fee details and signup please follow this link. View online courses
Before embarking on our formal training, this free course is designed to provide a very broad overview to better understand the principles of the McKenzie Method. With the test component at the end, this is an excellent tool for students and universities as an extra credit task or simply to enhance a curriculum.
Part A & B - Online Component
In some countries, the online component for courses A and B are offered as an alternative to spending more time on these areas at the live course.
- Part A is comprised of five modules and Part B has four modules that are an interactive blend of visuals, audio and video.
- Both courses have testing components designed to ensure that all participants have achieved the learning objectives before attending the live course and as a necessity for CEU approvals.
- Average time to complete the online components is approximately five (5) hours.
The McKenzie Case Manager was created to provide Web-based instruction through series of courses that incorporate real-life patient case studies. Designed for the advanced McKenzie MDT clinician, this course teaches complex clinical practice scenarios with a collection of cases that will add to your patient experience base and help you focus on the power of utilizing the information gathered on The McKenzie Institute Assessment forms.
The course currently consists of eight (8) individual cases – four lumbar and four cervical patients – using an interactive McKenzie Assessment form. These cases were taken from actual patients seen by senior instructors of The McKenzie Institute.
To thoroughly study and work through each of the eight cases, expect an average of 12 total contact hours. Your registration will remain active for 90 days.
The administrative office will send you a certificate for CEUs within two weeks of successful completion of the eight cases and submission of the final course evaluation.
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This introductory course provides an understanding of the scope and application of Mechanical Diagnosis and Therapy to musculoskeletal disorders of the spine and extremities. It reviews the principles, clinical reasoning process and the current supportive evidence. Case studies help participants observe the clinical application of the system.