'I can do all the manual treatment in the world, and do it well, but unless I can teach my patients how to move properly we will never reach our goal.’
In 2006 Jocke discovered Kinetic Control and fell for its structured system of movement assessment and retraining combined within a robust clinical reasoning framework.
Jocke graduated as a Physiotherapist from the Karolinska Institute, Sweden in 1995 and began practising a couple of years later, sitting his postgraduate exam in Manual Therapy in 2000. He teaches Manual Therapy at the Karolinska Institute and has worked as the physiotherapist for both hockey (DIF 01-04) and football clubs (DIF 06-09) . He has also completed one tour to Kosovo as a physiotherapist for the Military and UN-soldiers.
In addition to teaching Kinetic Control, Jocke is also an accredited Movement Control Consultant delivering The Performance Matrix training and education, both in Sweden and abroad.