NAIOMT in MA PT ATC - Marathon Physical Therapy
North American Institute of Orthopaedic Manual Therapy
OMT Certification Series: Boston, MA
NAIOMT and Marathon PT are partnering to offering manual
therapy courses in the Boston area. Courses can be taken
independently or as a complete series with exams to earn your
certification in manual therapy. Read on for details on our first
course or check out our new study group!
NAIOMT Study Group at Marathon - No Cost
PTs, PT Students and ATC are invited
to join us one Saturday a month to improve your clinical
reasoning and OMT skills and maybe learn a few new tricks!
You’ll focus on at least one manipulation technique each
time. Details on the first meeting below, future meetings at
left. NAIOMT Faculty Brett Windsor will join most meetings.
Join our LinkedIn group
Date: Saturday, January 25th 7am-10am
Topic: How to do a proper neurological exam and the
cervicothoracic junction manipulation technique
Location: Marathon PT, 99 Vanderbilt Avenue, Norwood, MA
-516 Cervical Spine
April 5th - 6th
C-516 Cervical Spine I
NAIOMT courses are 50% lab and use a case-based format.
You will learn about select cervical spine conditions and their
-511 Lumbopelvic Spine specific biomechanical and neurophysiological assessment.
Develop evidence-informed, individualized examination
sequences aimed at patient/client classification into:
June 21st - 22nd
management of an initial diagnosis, progression to a specific
biomechanical and neurophysiological examination,
Level II series begins
symptom/intervention/rule-based classification groupings or
referral to another health-care provider. You will immediately
be able to add to your practice patient education, manual
therapy techniques and individualized neuromuscular
Daily quiz questions,
rehabilitation prescriptions. Joint thrust manipulation of the
videos and more!
middle-lower cervical spines will be introduced.
April 5th - 6th (one day online)
Register now at www.naiomt.com
1574 Coburg Rd. #129
Eugene, OR 97401
PT, OCS, FAAOMPT
Brett graduated as a physiotherapist from Curtin University in Perth,
Western Australia in 1994. He earned his OCS in 2000 and completed the
NAIOMT Fellowship in 2003, earning his FAAOMPT in 2004. Brett is the
CEO of NAIOMT and holds an assistant professorship at Campbell
University in Buies Creek, NC. Brett has presented at numerous local,
state, national and international programs and regularly lectures at
schools in the US. He is enrolled in the PhD program at Rocky Mountain
University of Health Professionals where he is about to enter the
dissertation phase. Brett serves on the APTA Residency and Fellowship
Credentialing Services Council.