The Mulligan Concept Teacher’s Association (MTCA) is a group of physical therapy (physiotherapy) teachers of manipulative/manual therapy who are accredited to teach the Mulligan concept and have become Certified Mulligan Practitioners (CMP). Currently, there are 50 accredited teachers internationally. These teachers are trained in manipulative/manual therapy up to a standard set by IFOMT.
The goals of the MCTA are:
- To ensure teachers and teaching are of a high caliber.
- To promote research into Mulligan Concept techniques.
- To teach the concepts to other physiotherapists world-wide.
- To accredit International teachers in the Mulligan Concept.
Information about the MCTA Teacher Accreditation Process
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The Mulligan Concept Teacher Association (MCTA) is the accredited body of Mulligan Concept teachers whose primary goal is to facilitate the education, growth and practice of the Mulligan Concept internationally.
The objectives of the MCTA are to:
- To set and monitor standards of entry into the MCTA.
- Provide a forum for promoting the exchange of ideas and new developments.
- To encourage research and development to enhance the integration of The Mulligan Concept into the management of neuromusculoskeletal dysfunction.
- To select and groom potential MCTA members in countries that are not currently in a defined region.
- To monitor members to ensure that the teaching standards are maintained and new procedures are being introduced.