Alan Weismantel graduated from the University of Pennsylvania Physical Therapy School in 1967. His early career included proficiency in EMG/NCV studies and the clinical use of manipulation and mobilization techniques. After extensive studies in the United States and Canada, Mr. Weismantel was the third Physical Therapist from the United States to pass the International Federation on Manual Therapy (IFOMT) Examination in 1975.
In the late 70's Mr. Weismantel was the first to sponsor Mr. Robin McKenzie on the East Coast and was one of the first McKenzie practitioners. From 1980 to 1988 he attended all courses offered for Physical Therapists at the Osteopathic School of Continuing Education at Michigan State University. On several occasions, Mr. Weismantel assisted Dr. Robert Ward in his presentations of Myofascial Release.
After studying Strain / Counterstrain under Dr. Jones, Mr. Weismantel presented courses on Counterstrain Techniques. During the 1990's he studied Visceral Mobilization Techniques taught by European Osteopaths. Mr. Weismantel is licensed in Pennsylvania, Maryland, and Texas. He is a member of the A.P.T.A., Orthopedic and Sports Sections and is a Fellow of the American Academy of Orthopaedic Manual Physical Therapists.
Mr. Weismantel developed a varied approach to evaluation and treatment of muscular skeletal dysfunctions. He integrates techniques learned in his 46 years of studies and clinical experiences. He has been in private practice for 40 years.
Alan Weismantel provides learners with the skills to better evaluate and treat upper quarter conditions. This course will provide significant knowledge and skills allowing learners… read more
Alan Weismantel provides learners with the skills to better evaluate and treat lower quarter conditions. This course is the next step in sophistication for the… read more