A CLINICAL SOLUTION
Kinetic Control is a clinical solution based on over 25 years of research and practice.
Throughout the course of our lives, the way we move is affected by many factors, including pain, injury, fatigue and other restrictions. Kinetic Control offers clinicians a unique model of movement management to find long-term solutions to these everyday challenges.
Kinetic Control gives clinicians the tools to reason through their patient presentations, using their existing skill set and movement-based skill set to manage pain, recurrence of pain and improve function and performance.
At the center of Kinetic Control’s philosophy is a more patient-centered, collaborative approach. We aim to question ‘why’ movement impairment occurs rather than merely treat symptoms, making the clinical process more inclusive and client focused.
At Kinetic Control, we believe in the power of movement assessment and retraining to empower each and every individual to achieve the best quality of life for a lifetime of activity, performance and participation.
WHY KINETIC CONTROL
Kinetic control provides a robust clinical reasoning framework which clinicians can use to put movement into their practice.
Kinetic Control presents a movement solution for managing recurrence.
Kinetic Control explores co-ordination strategies and muscle synergies in both assessment and retraining to prioritise and deliver specific retraining.
Kinetic Control integrates exercise and movement retraining with other clinical tools such as manual therapy joint mob – soft tissue, neuro dynamic tech and high-quality pain education.
Kinetic Control presents a balance between evidence-based practice and clinical observation and evaluation of patients’ goals and outcomes.
WHO IS KINETIC CONTROL FOR?
Kinetic Control is perfect for physiotherapists, physical therapists, osteopaths, chiropractors, podiatrists, occupational therapists and sport therapists.
Our education may be of particular interest to those working in fields including neuro rehab, amputee rehab, paediatrics, musculoskeletal presentations, working with older people, occupational health and sports medicine.
AN INCLUSIVE MOVEMENT MODEL
Adding Kinetic Control as a concept that I use alongside my manual therapy tools, enables me to give my patients positive outcomes for the long term, involving the patient in the management plan and giving them the power to choose the exercises that will help them.