Manual therapy assesses diagnostically and therapeutically the dysfunctions of the neuromusculoskeletal system. Evidence clinical practice in manual therapy is experiencing a paradigm shift from an experience- and authority-based model to a more evidence-based model. As such, the Master in EBMT does not follow a particular 'school' or concept.
Throughout the first year, the EBMT student will learn how to find and apply the biomechanical and clinical evidence revealed by research to define manual therapy techniques and therapeutic strategies. Two dissection modules organized at the University of Heidelberg will increase the 3D insight of the student in the musculoskeletal system. In the second year the student will be engaged with a thesis project within one of the research lines of the University College.