ADVANCED SPINAL MANIPULATION
HVLA TECHNIQUES WITH CONFIDENCE
Building upon your experience of enrolling in Spinal Manipulation Level 1. OMT Training will introduce you to a whole new selection of manipulation techniques. Based on our published books and research.
Unlock Proven Techniques
Delve deep into techniques routinely used by Osteopaths, Chiropractors, and Physiotherapists. These skills will add a transformative layer to your existing expertise.
Confidence from Day One
Rest easy. When you complete our course, you'll leave with the confidence to immediately apply these techniques in your practice.
Spinal manipulation is a highly effective treatment for various musculoskeletal conditions. Endorsed by the National Institute of Clinical Excellence (N.I.C.E) for lower back pain management.
Course Essentials Simplified
You must have completed Level 1 Spinal Manipulation course first. Or hold previous qualifications in spinal manipulation therapy. Please contact the OMT team if you need clarification.
ALL students must participate fully in receiving and administering manipulation.
You should NOT attend this course if any reason prevents full participation.
This course is NOT suitable for pregnant participants.
Course Materials and Learning
You'll receive course handbooks.
Lecturers will present structured PowerPoint content.
Take additional notes for specific areas and techniques.
Handbooks and PowerPoints serve as memory aids.
Lecturers adapt content based on student backgrounds or disciplines.
Preparation is Key
You are ADVISED to refresh your knowledge of relevant anatomy and physiology before the course.
Failing to meet the required knowledge level may result in being asked to leave.
BSc (Hons) Sports & Exercise Science
BSc (Hons) Osteopathy
BTEC Dip. Sports & Remedial Massage
Dip. Medical Acupuncture
Dip. Advanced Spinal Manipulation
Jimmy has more than 15 years teaching in the health and fitness industry. I initially graduated with a BSc Sports & Exercise Science. I also completed the BTEC sports and remedial massage diploma in the U.K.
Further development led me to complete a 5 year BSc Osteopathy.
I am proud to share the knowledge I've gained from different areas of the health and fitness industry with others.
I have gained various manual therapy skills through years of experience. I strongly believe that exercise and involving patients in it are key to successful results.
I co-developed OMT Training. To allow access to high quality training to all in the manual therapy industry. We hope that you find all our courses interesting, informative and above all lots and fun to do. We all feel that learning has to be fun.
Rest assured. After the fun you will leave us having added a new skill. which you can apply in a very safe and logical manner to your patients.
BSc (Hons) Osteopathy
Dip. Advanced Medical Acupuncture
Dip. Advanced Spinal Manipulation
International expert in HVLA manipulation and manual therapy techniques
Giles is a musculoskeletal specialist. He has over 15yrs experience in manual therapy. He graduated from the college of osteopaths in London. He moved into clinical practice and then into lecturing writing and researching.
Giles is seen as an international expert in HVLA and Mobilisation Techniques. He has written 4 books on Osteopathic and Chiropractic Techniques. And published many research journals on the topic of manual therapy.
Giles lectured in over 45 countries worldwide. He worked with Liverpool FC, Manchester City FC, Arsenal, Southampton FC. In addition to Crystal Palace, NBA Memphis Grizzlies and NBA Oklahoma Thunder among others. Giles’s approach to treating and teaching is evidenced based approach. looking at the combination of education, exercise and manual therapy for the individual.
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