The MDT Clinical Integration Webinar Series

The MDT Clinical Integration Webinar Series

The McKenzie Institute has developed these mentoring webinars designed as an adjunct to the coursework for active participants to reinforce key points in areas where clinicians often find the most challenge.


  • These mentoring webinars are designed as self-learning exercises.
  • Each webinar will be 50-60 minutes.
  • A short quiz will be provided that will be scored at an 80% pass rate followed by an evaluation form.
  • Webinars will be posted initially for access on Wednesdays.
  • During the webinar, make sure to write down any questions or comments you might have.
  • Beginning on the Monday following the initial post of the webinar on our website, the presenters will actively answer questions and facilitate discussion about the webinar for seven days in our McKenzie MDT LinkedIn Forum.
  • The webinars will continue to be available to active participants after the original posting date. Since the topics are common, there will still be great value in watching the webinar at your leisure and creating discussions with your peers on these topics and more in the MDT LinkedIn Forum.
  • Join today. Visit the McKenzie MDT LinkedIn Forum.
  • Webinar Support Materials: Should any important questions arise from any of the webinars, helpful materials, references and/or responses can be found here!

Part A completion is required. You will be asked to login to validate your current status and once verified, you will be automatically directed to the webinar portal.

This series of mentoring webinars is provided free to all active course participants or certified clinicians active with the CCES policy.

US Participants - Please note: At this time we have not applied for official CE credits for this programming.

Upcoming Mentoring Webinars
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Post Date Q&A Forum Title Presenters
Aug 8, 2018 Aug 13-19, 2018 Webinar Series: The Prevalence of MDT Syndromes in Extremity Joints and Associations of Directional Preference with Clinical Applications to the Wrist Joseph Maccio, PT, MA, Dip. MDT
Joseph Maccio, DPT, Dip. MDT
May 9, 2018 May 14-20, 2018 Webinar Series: Utilizing MDT to Evaluate and Classify Cervicogenic Headache Gerry Gordon, PT, DPT, Dip. MDT, FAAOMPT
Bill Oswald, PT, OCS, Dip. MDT
Mar 7, 2018 Mar 12-18, 2018 Webinar Series: Derangements with Directional Preference of Flexion in the Lumbar Spine Kay Scanlon, PT, DipMDT
Linnet Kazemi, PT, Dip. MDT
Nov 8, 2017 Nov 13-19, 2017 Webinar Series: MDT: Beyond the Three Syndromes Susan Bamberger, PT, Dip. MDT
Madhavi Kulkarni, PT, Dip. MDT, FAAOMPT
Aug 9, 2017 Aug 14-20, 2017 Webinar Series: Differentiating Between the Lumbar Spine, SIJ and the Hip Gary Dykes, PT, OCS, Dip. MDT
Michelle Miller, PT, DipMDT
May 10, 2017 May 15-21, 2017 Webinar Series: Differential Diagnosis Between the Spine and Shoulder Utilizing MDT Gerry Gordon, PT, DPT, Dip. MDT, FAAOMPT
Bill Oswald, PT, OCS, Dip. MDT
Mar 8, 2017 Mar 13-19, 2017 Webinar Series: Recovery of Function Kay Scanlon, PT, DipMDT
Linnet Kazemi, PT, Dip. MDT
Nov 9, 2016 Nov 14-20, 2016 Webinar Series: Derangement Reduction Julie Marley, PT, Dip. MDT
Kay Scanlon, PT, DipMDT
Oct 12, 2016 Oct 17-23, 2016 Webinar Series: Classification: Its Importance Brian McClenahan, PT, MS, OCS, Dip. MDT, FAAOMPT
Bob Robinson, PT, DPT, MS, Dip. MDT, FAAOMPT
Sep 14, 2016 Sep 19-25, 2016 Webinar Series: Taking a Timely History Susan Bamberger, PT, Dip. MDT
Michelle Miller, PT, DipMDT