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The Mulligan Concept Teachers Association is a group of physical therapy teachers trained
in manipulative/manual therapy up to a standard set by International Federation of Orthopaedic
Manipulative Physical Therapists (e.g. Graduate Diploma in Advanced Manipulative Therapy, etc.)
Their goals 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 worldwide.
  •  To accredit International teachers in the Mulligan Concept.

The North American region of the
Mulligan Concept Teachers Association is a recognized section
of the international MCTA organization. It is comprised of accredited teachers who work collaboratively to
provide high quality courses in the U.S. and Canada.  The members are: Amy Bennett, Pat Black, Rick
Crowell, Brian Folk, Frank Gargano, David Mikos, Jim Millard, Jack Miller, Julie Paolino, Shelly Quirk, Don
Reordan (Regional Manager) and Russell Woodman.
For more information about the MCTA, contact the International Mulligan Concept website at
www.bmulligan.com or the MCTA North American regional website at www.na-mcta.com or:

Don Reordan
NAMCTA Regional Manager
635 N. 5th Street
Jacksonville, Oregon 97530
541-899-8179
donreordan@rptmulligan.com
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Specializing in Orthopedic and Sports Physical Therapy
Specializing in Orthopedic and Sports Physical Therapy
Specializing in Orthopedic and Sports Physical Therapy
635 N. 5th Street
Jacksonville, Oregon 97530
phone (541) 899-8179
fax (541) 899-0244
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