Certified Mulligan Practitioner Exam Information 2017
The Mulligan Concept Teacher Association (MCTA) is pleased to announce the Certified Mulligan Practitioner (CMP) Exam date and location for 2017.
EXAMINATION DATE AND LOCATION:
CMP Exam 03 December 2017
Venue: Physiotherapy Department,
Australian Catholic University,
Princes Highway, North Sydney.
Contact: Gaetano Milazzo
E-mail: [email protected]
- The Mulligan Concept Teacher Association (MCTA) wishes to acknowledge and credit physiotherapists who are competent in both the knowledge base and clinical/practical expertise in the Mulligan Concept. An assessment process has been established to achieve this. Upon successful completion of the examination process these successful clinicians will be recognized as a Certified Mulligan Practitioner (CMP) and will be eligible to have their names listed on the Mulligan Web site (bmulligan.com).
The purposes of recognizing such clinicians is:
- As a referral source for other clinicians and the general public seeking treatment from physical therapists who have achieved a recognized level of competence in the Mulligan Concept.
- The CMP credentialing process will assist clinicians who are interested in having their knowledge base and skill competence in the Mulligan Concept evaluated by a peer review/examination process.
Individuals who pass the CMP qualifying exam are NOT entitled to, nor are they recognized by the MCTA, to teach the Mulligan Concept courses.
Those eligible to apply for the CMP exam include: Physiotherapists, Medical Doctors, Osteopaths, and Chiropractors. To be admitted to the CMP examination, applicants must have APRA registration and have completed the following courses.
- Part A; Upper Quadrant: MOBILIZATIONS WITH MOVEMENT,”NAGS”, “SNAGS” AND MORE:
- Part B: Lower Quadrant; MOBILIZATIONS WITH MOVEMENT,”NAGS”, “SNAGS” AND MORE:
- Part C: Advanced (Follow-Up) Course
Clinical Experience with Mulligan Concept is highly recommended. It is the expectation of the Mulligan Concept Teachers Association (MCTA) that individuals who have taken the recommended course work and have clinical experience with the Mulligan Concept should to be successful with the exam process.
Cases for Petition: Applicants may petition for exemption from having attended all of the recommended courses. The MCTA recognises that some clinicians with advanced or postgraduate training in manual therapy may be competent in the Mulligan Concept and may therefore petition to sit for the CMP examination without having attended all of the formal courses. Individuals who elect to obtain exception, should petition in writing at the time of CMP examination application. Petitions should be submitted with the CMP application at least 6 weeks prior to the examination date; applicants will be notified of outcome within 1 weeks of receiving the petition.