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THEMES IN 2019 - MULTIFACTORIAL PRESENTATIONS AND INDIVIDUALISED MOVEMENT HEALTH

11th January 2019


WHAT ARE THE CLINICAL THEMES OF 2019?


With one eye on those ever-changing social media streams and the shifting perspectives of leading personalities in the field it is no surprise that therapists are seeking out that next piece of education to future proof their clinical skillset for 2019 and beyond. If your focus is placed on the Movement Health of your patients, the 15 days of ‘The Movement Solution’, Kinetic Control’s flagship education in movementprogramme, could be a welcome sight.

Central to the course are currently popular themes long-championed by those who place a value on the use of movement in the contemporary clinical setting, such as:


The multifactorial nature of any presentation requires the employment of a rigorous clinical reasoning framework


As most presentations possess a movement element, clinical reasoning frameworks require a systemized process to manage movement within the bigger picture


An ever more individualised ‘n=1’ approach is required


In summary, these themes suggest all presentations possess complexity and the unique characteristics of an individual’s movement must be considered within this multi-factorial mix. Kinetic Control’s clinical reasoning framework sets out to respect each individual presentation and manage the associated complexity through the systemised assessment and retraining of movement alongside other factors.


The 100 hours plus of The Movement Solution course, delivered by Kinetic Control’s founders Mark Comerford and Sarah Mottram, offers movement focussed therapists this clinical toolbox and skillset.




2019 - OUR FLAGSHIP COURSE - THE MOVEMENT SOLUTION

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