This flexible structure allows you to work towards accreditations within your own personal timeframe by building a bespoke learning programme. These modules include both theoretical and practical study to build on your current qualifications and deliver the strategies essential to change the movement efficiency in a range of environments.
Progress though our three pathways: Co-ordination Efficiency, Muscle Synergies and Masterclasses. By the end you will have the confidence and expertise to optimise movement efficiency and Movement Health.
Complete the pathways Co-ordination Efficiency, Muscles Synergies and a Masterclass to become certified as a Kinetic Control Movement Therapist.
Our ‘Co-ordination Efficiency’ modules develop the ability to apply a clinical reasoning framework in combination with movement retraining interventions guided by the application of tests of dissociation.
The courses’ blend of contemporary neuroscience, biomechanics, physiology and skill acquisition principles, benefit a wide range of clinicians and patient populations.
The courses supply a systemised approach to identifying provocative co-ordination patterns, labelling the pattern (site and direction), and addressing the issue via targeted movement retraining. Clinicians’ skillsets of observation, cueing, and clinical reasoning are developed alongside the acquisition of new tools.
If long term ‘Movement Health’ is the goal, targeting mechanisms rather than firefighting symptoms appears crucial. These course offer a clinical framework, and the skills and understanding, to support this goal
By the end of this series of courses, you will have achieved
Kinetic Control Certification: Module Co-ordination.
Muscle Synergists: the body’s agents of action are the ‘barometers’ of Movement Health.
Kinetic Control’s ‘Muscle Synergies’ modules supply therapists with both a clinical model and the skills of assessment and retraining to address symptoms, compromised function, and recurrence. Although sharing the same clinical reasoning framework as applied within the Coordination modules, these courses focus on rating and retraining the ‘efficiency’ of muscle recruitment.
The modules harness a muscle role classification system (Comerford & Mottram, 2012) that allows muscles’ response to pain, pathology, and fatigue to be interpreted to guide retraining interventions. These courses help delegates to further develop skills of evaluation, reasoning, and retraining/cueing patients.
This is the perfect opportunity to advance to a higher level. By this stage you’ll be exploring in depth regions and topics, putting movement into your clinical expertise. There is a comprehensive series of courses for you continue developing your understanding of Kinetic Control’s clinical reasoning process and movement system expertise: assessment, retraining and integration.
The aim is to expand your horizons of clinical competence, with patient focused care and building on the clinical reasoning framework is an integral element of the programme.
Kinetic Control courses are designed for registered medical health professionals such as physiotherapists, osteopaths, chiropractors, podiatrists etc. In exceptional circumstances experienced non-medical health professionals may be allowed to attend Kinetic Control courses but these participants MUST be able demonstrate that the course material is within their scope of practice and that they have appropriate professional liability insurance to cover them for their attendance at the course and the course content.
These courses have both theoretical and practical elements. Please come prepared for the practical work.