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This intensive series is designed to help therapists manage the complexity of pain and realise functional performance. The courses are built around a systemised framework that puts movement into your clinical expertise. These are standalone course to can be attended in any order.

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Most clinical 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. 

This course identifies where movement fits into the clinical picture and develops a robust reasoning process for each clinician with a focus on developing movement system expertise: assessment, retraining and integration. 

Attention is given to the spinal regions, lumbar and neck and the hip and shoulder with over 100 hours of face to face contact. Specific focus is given to the evaluation of movement patterns and muscle synergies which may play a significant role in the compromised function and recurrence. 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.

Complete The Movement Solution One and become certified as a Kinetic Control Movement Therapist (KCMT).

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A start to finish clinical approach that supplies solutions to complex problems of the thorax, ribs and pelvis. Assessment, retraining and integration into rigorous clinical framework will give you confidence and expertise in your ability to address presentations in this complex region. 

The relationship between movement patterns, muscle synergies and restrictions are explored and considered with the presentation of compromised function, pain and recurrence. 

This will steer targeted interventions for managing these presentations including long standing, complex and recurrent problems. Explore the connections between the upper and lower extremity, and trunk.

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The third course in the series builds on our clinical framework to help you further optimise your clinical skill set. 

Through assessment of movement patterns, muscle synergies and restrictions systems and movement retraining, it seeks to match each individual to the most the efficient clinical intervention so as to address presentations of the elbow, forearm, wrist and hand and the lower leg.


A unique mix, addressing persistent presentations associated to these complex regions through the employment of targeted movement interventions of the upper limb and lower leg. Attention is paid to the integration of movement strategies into whole body, multi-joint movement patterns so as to improve long-term quality of life for each individual.  

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.

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