The Mulligan Concept Teacher’s Association (MTCA) is a group of physical therapy (physiotherapy) teachers of manipulative/manual therapy who are accredited to teach the Mulligan concept and have become Certified Mulligan Practitioners (CMP). Currently, there are 50 accredited teachers internationally. These teachers are trained in manipulative/manual therapy up to a standard set by IFOMT.
The goals of the MCTA are:
- To ensure teachers and teaching are of a high caliber.
- To promote research into Mulligan Concept techniques.
- To teach the concepts to other physiotherapists world-wide.
- To accredit International teachers in the Mulligan Concept.
Information about the MCTA Teacher Accreditation Process
- To set and monitor standards of entry into the MCTA.
- Provide a forum for promoting the exchange of ideas and new developments.
- To encourage research and development to enhance the integration of The Mulligan Concept into the management of neuromusculoskeletal dysfunction.
- To select and groom potential MCTA members in countries that are not currently in a defined region.
- To monitor members to ensure that the teaching standards are maintained and new procedures are being introduced.