LATEST BUZZ FROM KC

Get to know our team - Padmanaban Sekaran

16th April 2019

We caught up with Kinetic Control Movement Therapist and Kinetic Control Accredited Tutor Padmanaban Sekaran!

Kinetic Control - a focus on Finland

9th April 2019

Sarah Mottram, Head of Movement Performance Solutions, reflects on the history of Kinetic Control in Finland.

Reading movement to change muscle synergy efficiency

8th April 2019

This one day practical masterclass is for Physiotherapists and Movement Specialists with a focus on interpretating patterns of movement used in exercise and function.

Southampton Football Club on Kinetic Control

27th February 2019

Interested in reading the post that Southampton Football Club wrote up about Kinetic Control and The Performance Matrix?

Taking the Movement Health Message Global

21st February 2019

A round up events in February.

KC Accredited Tutor from South Africa Talks Movement Health

8th February 2019

Beate Stindt, one of our Accredited Tutors from South Africa has some thoughts on Movement Health

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.

Kinetic Control: a Focus on Taiwan

27th November 2018

In 2014, the first Kinetic Control course “The movement Solution 1” was brought to Taiwan by Mark Comerford. The Kinetic Control took Taiwan physiotherapists’ mind by storm. Everyone that took the courses were crazy in love with Kinetic Control, not only the movement tests and retraining but also the logical clinical framework and the strong evidence base.

A reflection on the Flexibility for Movement Efficiency and Movement Health

13th November 2018

4 days with Mark Comerford on all thing’s restriction – with Jocke Heuer and Thomas Karlinger. Read this blog post to find out what happened at the Flexibility for Movement Efficiency and Movement Health Masterclass

Kinetic Control: a Focus on The Netherlands

15th October 2018

Since the beginning of the Kinetic Control journey, courses in The Netherlands have proved incredibly popular - this remains so today. As a territory, the Netherlands possesses many experienced manual therapists however, these clinicians have not been averse to adopting a clinical framework which centres upon a movement testing and retraining approach (Kinetic Control).