The Movement Solution Three – Kinetic Control (KC)
DescriptionThe Movement Solution Three presents a start to finish clinical approach that supplies solutions to complex problems of the elbow, forearm, wrist and hand and the lower leg.
Incorporating multiple modules of our Masterclass Series provides a unique mix, addressing persistent presentations associated to these complex regions through the employment of targeted movement interventions.
Such assessment, retraining and integration into a rigorous clinical framework will give you confidence and expertise in your ability to address presentations in this complex region.
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Who’s it for?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.
If you are not sure if this course is right for you and want to check get in touch.
What’s involved?This course is usually delivered over 5 days (35 hours) during which learners are guided through the programme and complete practical assessments.
For added reassurance, each learner is assessed throughout the course using a range of practical demonstrations and learning checks designed to support your successful integration of the content into your clinical practice.
To ensure you get the most effective learning experience, learners must be physically able to participate as you will be required to participate in practical scenario-based training sessions.
- Learners must be at least 18 years old on the first day of the training
- Candidates need a basic command of English (defined as Level 2)*
- Certification fees
- Course material
What will I learn?Key learning outcomes are:
- Discuss the relationship between Uncontrolled Movement and the development of pain
- Understand the links between restrictions of motion, movement compensation strategies and the development of Uncontrolled Movement
- Perform a systematic movement assessment and develop management retraining strategies for the knee, lower leg and foot and the elbow, forearm and hand
- Demonstrate an understanding of the presence of movement control impairments during gait
- Recognise the clinical features that differentiate mechanical / inflammatory neuromusculoskeletal pain and neurogenic pain
- Understand the differences in clinical presentation of peripheral neurogenic pain mechanisms and centrally mediated neurogenic pain
- Discuss strategies to manage central neurogenic pain, peripheral neurogenic pain and mechanical / inflammatory neuromusculoskeletal pain
- Understand the differences in clinical presentation of radicular pain processes. These include nerve compression mechanisms, neurodynamic sensitisation mechanisms, myofascial trigger point referral, capsular and bursae referral and neuro-fascial referral
- Discuss the underlying processes behind these different radicular pain mechanisms and develop strategies to manage radicular pain
- Use clinical reasoning processes to evaluate and plan the management of complex multifactorial musculoskeletal pain
- Discuss the clinical reasoning process behind the choice of movement retraining strategies to manage complex multi-joint pain and identify clinical priorities from refining and progressing movement retraining options
Suggested ProgressionThis course forms one part of our Movement Solution Series from here you can move onto the other Movement Solution modules or standalone modules from our Masterclass Series:
Or continue along our Education Pathway and become a Kinetic Control Accredited Tutor (KCAT)
We recommended continually developing and refreshing your knowledge, have a look at our series of Online Learning or upcoming courses.