CLINICAL REPORT: PDF OnlyThe Halliwick Concept, Part IILambeck, Johan; Stanant, Fran CoffeyAuthor Information Johan Lambeck PT, Director, The Halliwick-Hydrotherapy Institute, Akkersleep 32, 6581 VM Malden, Netherlands • Tel/Fax +31 24 3582092 [email protected], http://www.halliwick.net Fran Coffey Stanat, PhD, Director, Therapeutic Recreation Program, School of Allied Health Professions, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, P.O. Box 413, Enderis Hall 949, Milwaukee, WI 53201 • (414) 229-4778 voice, (414) 906-3929 fax, [email protected], http://www.uwm.edu Editors Note: The reader is reminded that several of the concepts and definitions used in this article are outlined and described in The Halliwick Concept - Part I. A review of Part I is strongly recommended. Also, this presentation is an accurate interpretation of James McMillan's Halliwick Ten-Point Program as a school of thought; and, therefore may not necessarily reflect certain viewpoints held by aquatic therapists practicing in the United States. Journal of Aquatic Physical Therapy: Fall 2001 - Volume 9 - Issue 1 - p 7-12 Buy Abstract James McMillan developed the Halliwick Concept over 50 years ago. In Part I (Volume 8, Number 2), the basic Ten-Point program was presented. In Part II, expanded operational definitions and the application of Water Specific Therapy is examined. © 2001 by Lippincott Williams & Wilkins, Inc.