MSc Credits at Keele:
Motor Control Retraining of Movement Dysfunction

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School of Health and Rehabilitation
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Motor Control Retraining of Movement Dysfunction

This module aims to develop students' knowledge of the examination, assessment and management of movement dysfunction, together with their ability to critically appraise contemporary models of movement dysfunction.

Module Learning Outcomes/Objectives: 
The student should be able to:

  • Analyse the concept of movement dysfunction.
  • Justify the need to examine for movement dysfunction
  • Relate patient’s symptoms to the presenting disability and dysfunction of movement.
  • Plan, implement and modify motor control treatment programmes according to the analysis and interpretation of assessment findings.
  • Critically appraise the contemporary models of the management of movement dysfunction using motor control.
  • Critically appraise the related literature.

Module session dates

30 January-3 February 2017 & 27 February-3 March 2017

Keele University
Completing this module will provide 30 Master level credits

For course details and applications apply to Keele University


Kinetic Control courses are designed for medical health professionals such as physiotherapists, osteopaths, chiropractors, podiatrists etc registered with the HPC. 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.

This course has both theortical and practical elements. Please come prepared for the practical work.