“It was an honor to learn from arguably one of the best manual therapists in the world! Chris is incredible and has a very fun personality!” – Carmen Elizabeth Osterhout  Sept. 2020


Physiotherapists can now take our New REMOTE – LIVE courses from home! 
Offered in convenient Arabia Standard Time (AST)

DATES TYPE DAYS SCHEDULE REGISTRATION DEADLINE
Dec 2,9,16,23 MT-1 4x Wednesday Evenings Times 730pm-11pm AST each Day Nov. 15 
Dec 11-12 MT-2 Friday & Saturday Times 8am-330 pm AST each Day Nov. 15 
Jan 6,13,20,27 MT-2 4x Wednesday Evenings Times 730pm-11pm AST each Day Dec. 15 
Jan 15-16 MT-1 Friday & Saturday Times 8am-330 pm AST each Day Dec. 15 

REMOTE LIVE:  A combination of online home study and remote live interactive instruction with Dr. Chris R. Showalter PT, DPT, OCS,FAAOMPT.  Online coursework provided through MAPS Online Learning and remote live instruction provided through Zoom, Webex or other provider.  Must have either a smartphone or computer in order to access remote live and online home study. Courses are scheduled on a specific course date and during specified hours.  CEUs awarded both for all successfully completed live remote and online home study hours through MAPS Online Learning.  Select specific course for more details (course description, course objectives)


 

Educational Credit

Our Remote Live Courses
Are Approved as Physical Therapy Continuing Education Live Hours in 38+ US states

Alabama
Alaska
California
Colorado
Connecticut
Delaware
District of Columbia
Florida
Georgia
Hawaii
Illinois
Indiana
Iowa
Kansas
Kentucky
Louisiana
Maine
Massachusetts
Michigan
Minnesota
Missouri
Montana
Nebraska
New Hampshire
New York
New Jersey
North Carolina
North Dakota
Oregon
Pennsylvania
Utah
South Carolina
Texas
Tennessee
Vermont
Virginia
Washington
Wisconsin
Wyoming

MAPS “Remote Live” courses have not been submitted by prior application for approval from regulatory authorities to provide continuing educational credit/continued professional education in the different Middle East Countries.

Upon completion of the entire course you will print your Individualized CEU/CPD Certificate to submit to regulatory Authorities in your Country. MAPS makes no assurances that educational credit will be granted in your Country.

WATCH A MAPS PERIPHERAL TECHNIQUE THAT YOU WILL LEARN
MT-1: Essential Peripheral Seminar REMOTE LIVE

WATCH A MAPS SPINAL TECHNIQUE THAT YOU WILL LEARN
MT-2: Essential Spinal Seminar REMOTE LIVE 

 


MT-1: ESSENTIAL PERIPHERAL   
– REMOTE LIVE

11.0 Live Hrs + 13.8 Home Study Hrs= 24.8 Total CE Hours (2.5 CEUs)

Fee $525
Includes International Priority Shipping of Course Manual
Open to PTs, PTAs, ATs, DCs, MDs, and DOs

MT-2: ESSENTIAL SPINAL
– REMOTE LIVE

11.0 Live Hrs +16.3 Home Study Hrs= 27.3 Total CE Hours (2.7 CEUs)

Fee $525
Includes International Priority Shipping of Course Manual
Open to PTs, PTAs, ATs, DCs, MDs, and DOs

Includes:

  • Fully Illustrated Course Manual – Step-by-step lab instructions with hundreds of digital photographs and 120+ techniques per course
  • International Priority shipping of course manual directly to your home
  • Online coursework (16-18 hours of pre-readings, research papers, PowerPoint presentations, and exams)
  • Comprehensive Reference list
  • 11.0+ Live course hours, with over 3 hours of interactive Q&A with Dr. Chris Showalter

What will you learn?

  • The same lecture as the live, in-person courses, with hands-on demonstrations of every technique
  • Mechanisms of Action of Manual Therapy
  • Evidence for the effectiveness of Manual Therapy
  • Essential Maitland Concepts
  • Subjective and Physical Examination
  • Clinical Applications of the Maitland Approach

     

Testimonials

It was an honor to learn from arguably one of the best manual therapists in the world! Chris is incredible and has a very fun personality!” – Carmen Elizabeth Osterhout  Sept. 2020

Great course, every PT who values manual therapy should take it. VERY useful techniques, highly backed by research, great pictures and descriptions of techniques which can be easily referenced again when I return back to the clinic, Chris Showalter is very knowledgeable, friendly, clear with information and instructions, good sense of humor, very captivating as a teacher, and I found him easy to follow along with, without zoning out. -Taryn Soulcheck Oct. 2020

High quality remote live course with Excellent blend of clinical knowledge, practical application toward  EBP focus on progressive assessment, treatment and self reflection  towards clinical decision making in treating patients. Thanks Chris I hardly felt that it was remote. Very Well presented!!!! Strongly recommended for PTs interested n learning Maitland Concepts.-Irfan Ali Oct. 2020

The MAPS spinal seminar was one of the best continuing education courses I have completed. All of the information and techniques taught in the course were applicable to the patient population I treat in the outpatient setting. The course material was presented in an organized manner and will be easy to use as a reference in the clinic. I look forward to completing more MAPS courses in the future. The seminar was very organized and easy to follow in the course manual. The videos of the manual techniques were very helpful since we could not do hands on labs at this time due to COVID. It was very beneficial having a live patient evaluation to apply the course material. All of the techniques and skills taught are very applicable to my PT setting and patient population. – A.S. Oct. 2020

This is the 2nd time I took MT2. The first time I took it was about 3 to 4 years ago. Within those 3-4 years, I was able to take additional courses (MT-1, MT-O and MT-3) and practice what I have learned. I didn’t think that I would be learning much more coming into this the 2nd time especially since it is virtual. I would like to say that I am so glad I took this course again. It is a totally different experience since I have a better understanding and experience of the Maitland concept. I would recommend taking classes more than once to help refine skills as manual therapist. I am confident that I will be able to perform my techniques more precisely since taking this course. It was a great experience. Chris did a great job explaining the Maitland concept. He took his time answering questions. The video presentations were very clearly presented and organized. I could literally follow the manual and he would be doing exactly how it was written. Overall, this is probably the most organized virtual course I have taken. Great job!– Anne Jillian Perez Oct. 2020

The complete manner in which it the course was presented. The instructor is excellent at presenting the information in a concise, detailed, understandable and interesting manner. -K. Moeckel Oct. 2020

Very eye opening, easy to follow and understand, will be very applicable to practice. Chris was great, looking forward to the hands on skills lab and applying all to my practice.-D.G. Oct. 2020

I liked the format of learning materials, clear descriptions and pictures. The instructor was dynamic and engaging, and very knowledgeable. I enjoyed watching the lectures then being able to interact with the instructor over Zoom. -K.J. Oct. 2020

No travel and ability to wake up from my home and take a very practical and easy to implement course Lack of hands on practice. Course was excellent clinical instructor provided excellent dialog between clinicians! What a great way to take a course sitting at your own home saving you hours of travel and other expenses.-Drew Kenton Randolph Oct. 2020

I appreciate that the MAPs seminar is dedicated to staying up to date on the latest research, which includes acknowledging the existence of conflicting theories of biomechanical knowledge. As such, the MAPs seminar focuses on patient centered care: looking for the “comparable sign” which most reproduces the patient’s symptoms and treating from that perspective. This keeps the focus on patient outcomes instead of strict adherence to a treatment formula. Along this vein, I also really appreciated MAPs taking the time to discuss pain neuroscience and the role of manual therapy in decreasing kinesiophobia as one of the essential steps towards empowering the patient to achieve independence. This is essential in patient centered care: we are always treating the brain, not just “tissue issues”! I loved the lab manual (pictures are very clear), group discussions (including Chris making it feel like a comfortable environment and “no stupid questions”), and video demonstrations.– J.L. Oct. 2020

I liked that the emphasis on assessment of the patient and I like the way the information is organized. It gives us the tools to try and figure out the most efficient way to treat our patients. – Sejal Doshi Oct. 2020

The information was laid out in a very logical and informative manner. The instructor was very knowledgeable and was able to keep me engaged despite the 100% virtual formatting.-M.E. Oct. 2020


I liked the way it was formatted, I enjoyed that there were videos to watch techniques with explanations and also the live question/discussion part which were thought provoking discussions. -E.G. Oct. 2020

I liked that Chris was engaging during the discussions. I also liked the thoroughness of the videos demonstrating the techniques because we weren’t able to see them in person.– J.H. Oct. 2020

Knowledgeable instructor, being taught directly by Chris S. helped improve the circumstances around having to take a remote course for a manual, hands on course. Doing the best with what we can during COVID. I will likely take MT-2 remote and then report for skill check lab for both in the future. – O. Wolfensperger Sept. 2020

The information was clear and organized and went at a good pace. The instructor was engaged throughout and encouraged questions. I am excited to return to clinic to apply what I learned this weekend and to practice the Maitland approach!– Catherine Sandoval, Sept 2020

Chris was a VERY knowledgeable instructor, engaging and dynamic! It is very clear how passionate he is about the subject content. He made the ZOOM presentation of this course much more tolerable. -A. Armington Sept. 2020

I took my first MAPS virtual course and it was pretty great. The information was very detailed, the videos were presented very clearly and the instructor, Chris, was able to answer all my questions. Although I wasn’t in person to practice my skills it was definitely an easier environment being able to sit right in my own home. I would definitely take another virtual course with MAPS.
– Jennifer Stoner, Sept 2020

For an online course it was well done and very informative. Instructor was very clear and concise.– Nina Ribeiro Sept. 2020

What I liked most was video of patient treatments. – Kristen Rose Hayden Hebert, Sept 2020