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1st MIDDLE EAST

Orthopaedic Manual Therapy Congress

Evidence based orthopaedic Manual congress

Keynote Speakers

Brian Mulligan
Brian Mulligan

In 1983 Brian discovered and developed a new field within manual therapy which he called, "Mobilisations with Movement" (MWMs). Two years later he discovered and developed the "Pain Release Phenomenon" techniques (PRPs). "It all came along by chance," he says, but points to that quote from Louis Pasteur: In the field of discovery chance only favours the prepared mind. "We should learn from anything special that ever happens, to improve the management of patients."

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Ken Olson
Ken Olson

Dr. Ken Olson has served on the IFOMPT Executive Committee since 2008 and was the USA member organisation delegate to IFOMT in 2004. Ken served on the Executive Committee of the American Academy of Orthopaedic Manual Physical Therapists (USA member organisation to IFOMPT) from 1995 to 2006 and was President from 2002 to 2005. Ken has published in numerous peer-reviewed journals and presented courses throughout the United States in the manual physical therapy diagnosis and management of spine

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Dr. Samir, Ahmad El-Sabbahi
Dr. Samir, Ahmad El-Sabbahi

Dr. Samir Sabbahi is the dean of Faculty of Physical Therapy, Deraya University.He received his PHD degree in physical therapy from New York University, USA. With his clinical experience in musculoskeletal disorders, cranial and spinal disorders. “Management of tension and muscular headache, temporomandibular joint dysfunction, spinal disorders, extremity joint and muscular pain, urinary incontinence, spasticity and hypotonia”, he authored more than 20 articles in international journals and tau

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Brian Mulligan
Brian Mulligan

In 1983 Brian discovered and developed a new field within manual therapy which he called, "Mobilisations with Movement" (MWMs). Two years later he discovered and developed the "Pain Release Phenomenon" techniques (PRPs). "It all came along by chance," he says, but points to that quote from Louis Pasteur: In the field of discovery chance only favours the prepared mind. "We should learn from anything special that ever happens, to improve the management of patients."

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