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Our on-going skills development is for all interested in movement and physiotherapy assessment: for therapy, rehabilitation, health promotion, injury prevention or a risk reduction programme.

In the rehab environment our training will suit those working in neuro rehab, amputee rehab, with pediatrics’ and those dealing with musculoskeletal presentations.

Whatever the clinician’s current role, our education programme provides therapists with professional development, Kinetic Control offers scope for significantly increasing the understanding of movement assessment and retraining.

Flexible options are available. Modular shorter courses or the longer Movement Solution.  It’s a mix of theoretical and practical study that builds on current qualifications to help advance the practitioner.

Over the past 25 years our team have taught in 35 countries, including Europe (Finland, Sweden, Denmark, Norway, The Netherlands, Spain, Greece, Portugal) USA, South America (Brazil, Mexico, Peru, Chile, Argentina), Asia (Singapore, Hong Kong, China, Taiwan) and presented in 15 languages.



We present a balance between evidence based practice and clinical observations in a clinical reasoning framework. You will be able to integrate exercise and movement retraining with all other clinical tools such as manual therapy (joint and soft tissue mobilisations), neuro dynamic techniques, and pain education. All courses include hands on learning to develop practical application.

Courses focus on two key elements:

  • Progressing people in pain, to a pain free state and supporting their return to a place of more optimal movement health 

  • Restoring more optimal movement patterns for all to achieve the best movement outcomes for the best possible quality of life

The courses place emphasis and value upon co-ordination efficiency and targeting of muscle synergies to optimise movement retraining and facilitate long term movement health journeys.

Putting Movement Science into Practice

How does movement assessment & retraining fit into clinical practice? We work with a clinic friendly reasoning process to develop a comprehensive understanding of the influence of movement on patients’ symptoms, activities and function.

This includes:

  • Classifying the site and direction of movement control impairments and relating to symptoms, disability and compromised participation or reduction in activities

  • Exploring the relationship between movement control impairments and restrictions

  • Management plans based on assessment of all systems

  • Relating pain mechanisms to presentation

  • Integrating other approaches and modalities

  • Consideration of tissues and structures on presentation

  • Consideration of individual, environmental and task constraints 

  • The prognosis for symptom management, impairments and function

  • Exploring movement efficiency

The clinical reasoning process includes identifying 4 key criteria points:

  1. Evaluation of Movement Health in terms of Site, Direction and Threshold of uncontrolled movement

  2. Evaluation of syndrome, pathology, clinical signs and imaging findings 

  3. Consideration of pain mechanisms and Physiology

  4. Consideration of individual, environmental and task constraints diagnosis of the movement control impairments 

Putting Movement Science into Practice

We have clear clinical pathways and strategies to manage recurrence. Dealing with recurrent symptoms is the long-term future of our profession.


Our particular expertise is understanding the contributing factors that are linked to recurrence and improving co-ordination efficiency and targeting muscle synergies to minimise recurrence.

Putting Movement Science into Practice

Empowering patients through active movement retraining is at the heart of what we do.


Our patient centered approach champions and harnesses movement as a lifelong therapy.

Putting Movement Science into Practice

Be part of Kinetic Control's International Network. By becoming Kinetic Control Movement Therapist, clinicians will not only strengthen their professional skill sets as a Kinetic Control Movement Therapist (KCMT), but also bring further accreditation to their businesses.

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Putting Movement Science into Practice with the Kinetic Control team

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