The Movement Solution THREE:
moving the boundaries

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moving the boundaries

Course Outline

Clinical differentiation and strategies for best dealing with concurrent neck, upper rib, shoulder and arm pain & lower leg, lumbar and pelvic pain will be discussed. Assessment, differentiation, mobilisation and movement control retraining for Thoracic Outlet disorders will be presented. Understanding and clinical reasoning strategies for managing pain patterns will be discussed. Identifying clinical priorities for refining and progressing movement retraining options are included throughout the course.

Key Features

Clinical Masterclass:

Detailed evaluation, mobilisation and movement retraining of the upper rib, and arm.

Detailed evaluation, mobilisation and movement retraining of the knee, foot and ankle.

Clinical differentiation and strategies for best dealing with concurrent neck, upper rib, shoulder and arm pain and lower leg, lumbar and pelvic pain

Assessment, differentiation, mobilisation and movement control retraining for Thoracic Outlet

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Learning Outcomes

  • Perform a systematic movement assessment to make diagnoses of uncontrolled movement in the upper thoracic spine, arm and lower leg
  • Understand the links between restrictions of motion, movement compensation strategies and the development of uncontrolled movement
  • Discuss the relationship between uncontrolled movement and the development of pain
  • Demonstrate clinical reasoning strategies for managing movement related neurogenic pain
  • Discuss the clinical reasoning process behind the choice of movement retraining strategies to manage complex multijoint pain
  • Use clinical reasoning processes to evaluate and plan the management of complex musculoskeletal pain
  • Identify clinical priorities fro refining and progressing movement retraining options

Programme Outline

Day 1 and 2: Detailed evaluation of uncontrolled movement and movement control retraining for the knee, lower leg and foot Day 3: Detailed evaluation of uncontrolled movement and movement control retraining for the elbow, forearm and hand Day 4 and 5 Radicular / referred pain revisited. Differentiation and management strategies for the primary causes of radicular pain neural compression neuro-dynamic interface sensitisation myofascial triggerpoint referral capsular radiculopathy visceral / somatic Understanding and clinical reasoning strategies for managing movement related neurogenic pain peripheral versus central neurogenic pain.

Clinical differentiation and strategies for best dealing with concurrent neck, upper rib, shoulder and arm pain with a specific emphasis on assessment, differentiation, mobilisation and movement control retraining for Thoracic Outlet disorders

Clinical integration: Linking the pelvis, hip and lower leg Identifying clinical priorities for refining and progressing movement retraining options

Programme subject to change

Course Highlights

Clinical Masterclass with Mark Comerford

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Taking theory into clinical practice

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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.