Manual Therapy Institute- About Us The Manual Therapy Institute was established as a continuing education resource for licensed manual therapy practitioners. We have generous colleagues and mentors who have openly shared their knowledge and we feel a mechanism is needed to continue the dissemination of this wisdom. It is our hope that the knowledge we pass on will enable practitioners to broaden the scope of their clinical expertise and to achieve more effective results. As the practitioner learns to expand their range of treatable conditions, a much needed service can be delivered to clients that often fall through the cracks of many manual therapy practices. The faculty have typically not chosen university based post-graduate training as their main source of continuing education. Haydn Gambling Graduated from the University of South Australia school of physiotherapy in 1989 and was introducted to osteopathic concepts by Loren Rex D.O of the Ursa Foundation. Mark Elford David Wadsworth
Goals for a Critical Thinking Curriculum An Outline of Goals for a Critical Thinking Curriculum and Its Assessment 1Robert H. Ennis, University of Illinois, UC (Revised 6/20/02) E-mail: email@example.com Web site: Critical thinking, as the term is generally used these days, roughly means reasonable and reflective thinking focused on deciding what to believe or do. 2 In doing such thinking, one is helped by the employment of a set of critical thinking dispositions and abilities that I shall outline, and that can serve as a set of comprehensive goals for a critical thinking curriculum and its assessment. Pedagogical and psychometric usefulness, not elegance or mutual exclusiveness, is the purpose of this outline. It could be used for an overall critical thinking curriculum outline, or as a comprehensive table of specifications for critical thinking assessment. In practice, one will ordinarily select portions to emphasize. It is only a critical thinking content outline. Dispositions 1. 2. 3. 1. 2.
Interactions - Ice Breakers and Exercises 1. The maker doesn't want it; the buyer doesn't use it; and the user doesn't even see it. What is it? 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. The Primal Reflex Release Technique™ | What is the Primal Reflex Release Technique™ for Pain Relief? PRRT—Quick and Effective Manual Therapy The Primal Reflex Release Technique™ (PRRT, pronounced "pert") is a manual-therapy approach for evaluating and relieving musculoskeletal pain. PRRT is often able to accomplish in just seconds what joint mobilization and manipulation, trigger point therapy, and soft tissue and myofascial release can do over time. PRRT has been found effective in more than 80% of patients with painful conditions. Unfortunately, these reflexes often persist in a state of hyper-readiness long after the triggering event has passed. PRRT addresses muscle and joint receptors along with their spinal modulation. Restricted motion Pain with or without motion Reduced spontaneity of motion Muscle tightness, stiffness, and/or tension The Primal Reflex Release Technique™ treatment system offers an innovative combination and application of techniques that facilitate rapid “neural reboot.” Why Haven’t We Looked at the Most Primal of All Systems, the Reflexes?
Critical Thinking On The Web Top Ten Argument Mapping Tutorials. Six online tutorials in argument mapping, a core requirement for advanced critical thinking.The Skeptic's Dictionary - over 400 definitions and essays. The Fallacy Files by Gary Curtis. What is critical thinking? Nobody said it better than Francis Bacon, back in 1605: For myself, I found that I was fitted for nothing so well as for the study of Truth; as having a mind nimble and versatile enough to catch the resemblances of things … and at the same time steady enough to fix and distinguish their subtler differences; as being gifted by nature with desire to seek, patience to doubt, fondness to meditate, slowness to assert, readiness to consider, carefulness to dispose and set in order; and as being a man that neither affects what is new nor admires what is old, and that hates every kind of imposture. A shorter version is the art of being right. More definitions... Program for Critical Thinking Program for better decision making Our umbrella site. 6 Dec 21 May
Alan Weismantel's: Functional Manual Therapy Zététique Un article de Wikipédia, l'encyclopédie libre. Pour la définition de la zététique comme partie des mathématiques, voir Algèbre nouvelle. La zététique est définie comme « l'art du doute » par Henri Broch. La zététique est présentée comme « l'étude rationnelle des phénomènes présentés comme paranormaux, des pseudosciences et des thérapies étranges ». La zététique est destinée aux théories scientifiquement réfutables, c'est-à-dire respectant le critère de discrimination de Popper (1902-1994). La zététique se réclame aussi du scepticisme scientifique, et plus généralement de la démarche de doute cartésien qu'elle décrit comme nécessaire en science comme en philosophie. Origine du mot[modifier | modifier le code] « Zététique » vient de l’adjectif grec ζητητικός, zētētikós « qui aime chercher », « qui recherche », lequel est issu du verbe ζητῶ, « chercher ». Elle a pour objectif de contribuer à la formation, chez chaque individu, d'une capacité d'appropriation critique du savoir humain.
Bowen Therapy | Bowen Technique - Bowtech Lateral Thinking Problems - Semantics Lateral thinking problems that require you to pay close attention to the exact wording of the problem. 1. A woman gave natural birth to two sons who were born on the same hour of the same day of the same month of the same year. But they were not twins and she had no access to a time machine. How could this be? Solution: They were two of a set of triplets (or quadruplets, etc.) 2. Solution: The water in the river only came up to the man's chest. 3. Hint: The truck driver was not in reverse, nor was he in any particular emergency. Solution: The truck driver was walking. 4. Hint: This really could happen, and probably does in some form or other. Solution: The man is a philanthropist who bought great quantities of rice to sell to poor people at prices they could afford. 5. Solution: Because he would earn three times as much money!
.: Mike Baum, AT Graduate Studies, UO :. Clinical Faculty Michael Baum, PT, CFMT Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Mike offers the student a dynamic and proficient clinical role model rarely seen in continuing education. He brings over 10 years of experience and knowledge in the field of PNF to each course. He graduated cum Laude from Northeastern University in 1986 with a Bachelors of Science Degree in Physical Therapy. Mr. Baum worked at the Kessler Institute of Rehabilitation in West Orange, NJ, prior to entering the three-month PNF program at Kaiser Permanente Rehabilitation Center, Vallejo, CA (home of PNF).
Logic Puzzles Bulbs This is one of my favorite free printable logic puzzles with a real life solution. There are three switches downstairs. Keep the first bulb switched on for a few minutes. A Ping-Pong Ball in a Hole Your last good ping-pong ball fell down into a narrow metal pipe imbedded in concrete one foot deep. All the tools are random things that are not going to help you. A Man in an Elevator A man who lives on the tenth floor takes the elevator down to the first floor every morning and goes to work. The man is of short stature. The Ball How can you throw a ball as hard as you can and have it come back to you, even if it doesn't bounce off anything? Throw the ball straight up in the air. The Magnet This logic puzzle was published in Martin Gardner's column in the Scientific American. You can hang the iron rods on a string and watch which one turns to the north (or hang just one rod). Virile Microbes A Petri dish hosts a healthy colony of bacteria. The dish will be full at 12:44. Philosopher's Clock
Skill Works - Home Famous Paradoxes - Examples and Definition What is a Paradox A paradox is a statement that contradicts itself or a situation which seems to defy logic. That's a simple definition of paradox. Often premises can be proven false which rectifies the contradiction. On this page you can find several good paradox examples to tease your mind. Paradox Examples 1. This is a well known paradox written by the great stoical logician Chrysippos. A Cretan sails to Greece and says to some Greek men who are standing upon the shore: "All Cretans are liars." If someone says "I always lie", are they telling the truth? 2. This version of a famous paradox was presented by English mathematician P. Back side: THE SENTENCE ON THE OTHER SIDE OF THIS CARD IS TRUE. Face side: THE SENTENCE ON THE OTHER SIDE OF THIS CARD IS FALSE. 3. Analogue paradox to the 'liar paradox' formulated by English logician, philosopher and mathematician Bertrand Russell. 4. My Favorite Sophisms 1. A slim crocodile living in the Nile took a child. 2. 3. Think about these
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