Thomas Mitchell: My Favourite MWM's


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Thomas Mitchell's favorite MWM's Thomas Mitchell: My Favourite MWM's

Episode . Run time 54:32 - PUBLISHED ON 17TH OF MARCH, 2020

Mobilisation with Movement (MWM) are an important part of my clinical toolbox. I consider them to be a potentially useful adjunct to core management strategies for musculoskeletal problems. This presentation will look at the MWM techniques I find most useful in my clinics to empower patients with their own self-MWM’s. I shall discuss when the use of MWM is, and is not, indicated, as well as MWM as an assessment tool from a symptom modification framework. I shall also consider case examples of patients presenting with knee pain and tennis elbow where holistic assessment and management is discussed, including the use of self-MWM. Dabholkar A, Kumari S, Yardi S, (2014) Comparative Study of Short Term Response between Maitland Mobilization and Mulligan's Mobilization with Movement of Hip Joint in Osteoarthritis of Knee Patients Identified as Per Clinical Prediction Rule. 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