"As someone who lives in a rural area, it is difficult to find high quality courses without having to travel. By offering these virtual classes, I have access to brilliant mentors from the comfort of my own home."
Jualani Weimer PT, DPT
Watch NAIOMT teaching faculty Michael Lucido demonstrate a manual treatment of a patient with primary intervertebral disc pain using graded segmental traction. This technique is taught and discussed in NAIOMT’s course C-511 Lumbopelvic Spine I.
The next course in the NAIOMT Home Series is C-511 "Virtual" Lumbopelvic Spine I, which runs during March, 2021.
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Liz Henry is the president of LifeForce Physical Therapy in Wilmington, NC where she specializes in temporomandibular/craniofacial dysfunction, golf injury rehabilitation/performance, and dance injury/rehabilitation. She is senior consulting therapist at the Carolina Ballet and prior to that was part of the PT team at the New York City Ballet for 25 years. In addition to being a member of the APTA, AAOMPT, she is also a member of the American Academy of Orofacial Pain.
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Terry received his MSPT from Andrews University in 1997 and his FAAOMPT in 2013 through the NAIOMT Fellowship Program. He is a Faculty, Clinical Fellowship Instructor and Examiner for NAIOMT. He teaches core NAIOMT courses primarily in the Northeast, and has presented specialty course for the Massachusetts, Maine, New Hampshire APTA sections and SIGs.
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The North American Institute of Orthopedic Manual Therapy, Inc. (NAIOMT) is a private physical therapist-owned organization dedicated to achieving the highest standards of clinical practice for manual physical therapists.
NAIOMT specializes in a flexible teaching program, which seeks to promote the utilization of safe, effective and efficient manual physical therapy management of musculoskeletal dysfunction. It further seeks an environment that is conducive to the application of a reasoned approach to manual physical therapy through critical inquiry and the creation of new knowledge and skills based on scientific study and dissemination of that knowledge.
NAIOMT strongly supports the union of the clinician, academician and researcher to further facilitate the development of quality patient care, physical therapy education and the development of master clinicians.