Access: 12 months | Cost: $180.00 NZD | Payment plan available. 

In this unit we cover:

Unit 1: Introduction
  • Screening is not an option
  • Advanced practice models
  • Medical traffic lights
Unit 2: Health Screening
  • Visceral pain patterns
  • Health status forms
  • Body systems approach
Unit 3: The Big “3”
  • Hypertension
  • Arthritis
  • Depression
Unit 4: Inflammatory Conditions
  • Sero-positive arthritis
  • Sero-negative arthritis
  • Non-articular conditions
Unit 5: Cancer Screening
  • Signs and symptoms
  • Pathways for metastases
  • Endogenous risk factors
  • Exogenous risk factors
  • Clinical reference sheets
Unit 10: Screening by Systems
  • Digestive system
  • Cardiovascular system
  • Respiratory system
  • Genitourinary system
  • Endocrine system
  • Medications
  • Clinical reference sheets

Learning Activities:
  • Slide handouts x 6
  • Video presentations x 6

Study Time:
Approx. 5 hours


Instructor Dr Jack Miller


Dr. Miller completed his BSc in Physical Therapy at the University of Toronto. He then spent six years in New Zealand where he completed the Post-Graduate Diploma of Manipulative Therapy in 1984 being the first non-New Zealander to do so. During this program he had the opportunity to be directly mentored by both Robin McKenzie and Brian Mulligan. On returning to Canada, he went on to complete a Masters of Clinical Science at Western University in London and a Post-Professional Doctor of Physical Therapy Degree from the University of St. Augustine in the USA.

Jack has been the senior editor of the Canadian Physiotherapy Association’s Orthopaedic Journal, an executive member of the Orthopaedic Division of CPA, the President of the Canadian Academy of Manipulative Physical Therapy, a member of the CPA Specialization accreditation committee, the conference chair for IFOMPT 2012, and a founding member of the Mulligan Concept Teacher’s Association.

He has presented at conferences internationally, published research articles in peer-reviewed journals, multiple textbook chapters and taught high level, evidence-based manual therapy courses internationally since 1990.

Jack holds an academic teaching position at the University of Toronto is a co-director of Key Clinical Skills and works clinically as an Advanced Practice Physiotherapist triaging for fluoroscopy-guided spine injections procedures.