New Zealand Physiotherapist Brian Mulligan is founder of the Mulligan Technique (Natural Apophyseal Glides (NAGS), Sustained Natural Apophyseal Glides (SNAGS), Mobilisations with Movement (MWM) etc) for the treatment of many musculoskeletal injuries i.e. neck pain, back pain and upper and lower extremity injuries. His techniques are great because they can be tested very quickly with an injured client and are results focused. That is, if they reduce the clients pain and improve range of movement, then they are indicated. NAGS, SNAGS and MWM have traditionally been taught to Physiotherapists by Physiotherapist, however there are now more and more other allied health professionals (Osteopaths) that have been trained in this treatment approach. I have personally undertaken the Mulligan Technique course for the Upper Body/Upper Extremity and these practical techniques to be great for clinical practice. I am currently enrolled on the Lower Body/Extremity Course and am looking forward to completing this course. More can read about Brian Mulligan and his approach to treatment by checking out Brian Mulligan Webpage

Osteopath Heath Williams is owner and director of Principle Four Osteopathy. Osteopath Heath Williams has completed numerous post graduate courses and has a special interest in back and neck pain, shoulder injuries, lower limb and sports injuries. Check his CV out here

Principle Four Osteopathy is located in the heart of the Melbourne City CBD 3000 at 29 Somerset Place, Melbourne City CBD 3000 (near the corner of Little Bourke & Elizabeth St). To speak to an Osteopath or make an appointment, please call 03 9670 9290 or email info@principle4.com Check us out at www.principlefourosteopathy.com

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