ABOUT THE MULLIGAN CONCEPT TEACHER ASSOCIATION (MCTA)

The MULLIGAN™ Concept Teacher Association (MCTA) was established in 1995 to provide excellence in MULLIGAN™ Concept training. Its primary goal is to disseminate the intellectual legacy of Brian Mulligan internationally.


This is achieved by conducting post-graduate courses for clinicians, participating in conferences, providing information for the public and supporting research into the concept.


The MCTA promotes the concept to ensure that clinicians and potential patients are aware of MULLIGAN™ treatment options and the research that supports its application. The MCTA aims to provide high-quality post-graduate education for clinicians so that they may competently provide MULLIGAN™ treatment when indicated.


There are currently 53 instructors who are accredited to teach the MULLIGAN™ Concept. In addition, there are members with honorary and emeritus (non-teaching) status due to their valuable contribution to the Mulligan Concept. This group includes prominent researchers Dr Toby Hall, Dr Wayne Hing, Dr Sue Reid, Professor Darren Rivett and Professor Bill Vicenzeno. 


The international faculty meet biennially to maintain standards, present new ideas and facilitate research into the method. The MCTA has honorary and emeritus members who have made a valuable contribution to the Mulligan Concept.  Dr Toby Hall, Dr Wayne Hing, Dr Sue Reid, Professor Darren Rivett and Professor Bill Vicenzeno.


The MCTA has allowed me to work with outstanding clinicians, many of whom have become life-long friends.


The MCTA website link is: https://bmulligan.com/