Freddy Kaltenborn is an athletic trainer and physicaleducater in Germany
Development of Folsom Method: Rehabilitative Exercise
Kaltenborn is a physical therapist in Norway
Kaltenborn practices physical therapy in Norway for 32 years
Kaltenborn practiced physical therapy in his native Norway for thirty-two years, from 1950 to 1982. During that time he instructed countless physical therapyists, medical doctors, and many osteopaths and chiropractors in manual treatment methods. He introduced manual therapy to Norwegian physical therapists and was instrumental in developing manual therapy educations and certification standards there.
Kaltenborn studies with Mennell & Cyriax
1952-1954 Kaltenborn studies with Dr. James Mennell & Dr. James Cyriax in London, England to learn more about orthopedic medicine and receives his certification to teach the Cyriax approach in 1955. Thereafter he studied at the British school of Osteopathy and began to incorporate these concepts into his own system.
Kaltenborn is certified in chiropractic in Germany
Kaltenborn is certified in chiropractic by the Forschungs-und Arbeitsgemeinschaft fur Chiropraktik (FAC) in Germany and taught chiropractic to the medical doctors within FAC between 1958 & 1962. By 1962 the FAC had incorporated the Kaltenborn Method into their approach and changed the name of their professional practie from "Chiropraktik" to "Chirotherapy." Kaltenborn continued to instruct FAC practitioners until 1982.
Olaf Evjenth joins Freddy
Kaltenborn studies osteopathy with Dr. Alan Stoddard
Kaltenborn studied at the London College of Osteopathy in London, England and subsequently was approved as an osteopathic instructor by Dr. Alan Stoddard in 1971.
Kaltenborn is approved as an osteopathic instructor by Dr. Alan Stoddard
Kaltenborn is in manipulative therapy certified
Kalthenborn was certified in orthopedic manipulative therapy by the International Seminor of Orthopaedic Manipulative Therapy (ISOMT)
1973 International Seminar of Orthopaedic Manipulative Therapy formed
Group included Cyriax, Hinsen, Stoddard
OMT Kaltenborn-Evjenth Concepts
Olaf expanded Freddy's techniques to include muscle stretching and coordination training. He believed in more intensive training. He also modified manual techniques for patient use at home. They began developing equipment including mobilization wedges, fixation belts and grips.
Michael Moore studies PNF at Kaiser Rehab Center Vallejo, Ca under Maggie Knott
Eilleen Vollowitz studies under Kaltenborn Evjenth
January - November 1976
PNF & Kaltenborn Collaboration
Heidelberg, Germany: Maggie Knott agrees to a joint collaboration with Freddy Kaltenborn. Traudi Kaltenborn studies 3 months at Vallejo, Freddy agrees to give 2 weekend seminars to Vallejo staff. Traudi was in Dennis Morgan's PNF class.
1977-1984 Kaltenborn teaches at Michigan State University, College of Osteopathic Medicine, USA
Kaltenborn teaches at Michigan State University, College of Osteopathic Medicine, USA
Dennis Morgan studies under Kaltenborn-Evjenth
Michael Moore studies under K-E
Manual Stretching for PTs
Folsom Physical Therapy Long Term Course
Tim McGonigle joints Folsom Physical Therapy
Tim McGonigle completes Kaiser Hayward Residency
Integrated Manual Therapy: Dennis, Eilleen, Barbara Stevens & 2 others from Maitland camp: Jim & Jennifer Lynn and Linda VanHeuson (Australian)
Lumbar Training Course Taught
First gymball exercises taught in con-ed in USA for orthopaedic patients. 50 PTs 5x/year for 7-8 years flew from all over USA. First course in Reno, NV for Northeast District. Novemer 1985
Dennis Morgan works at Folsom Physical Therapy
Olaf teaches week course at Folsom Physical Therapy