Head of Education, Lincoln Blandford presents at XXVIII Isokinetic Medical Group Conference

7th May 2019

The last weekend of April 2019, saw the annual Isokinetic Footbal Medicine Conference hosted at one of the world’s greatest theatres of football; Wembley Stadium.

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.

Palpation and Assessment in Manual Therapy Fourth edition

6th February 2017

We are  thrilled to announce the publication of Palpation and Assessment in Manual Therapy – Fourth edition, in which TPM's Warwick McNeill and Kinetic Control's Sarah Mottram contributed to the writing of Chapter 10 on Evaluation Movement.

Round 2 of KC courses in China

20th September 2016

Education in Movement China Part 2

Above & Beyond Biceps Femoris

11th April 2016

Employment of muscle synergy assessment to guide  ‘Return To Play’ following biceps femoris injury

New Publication: Oxford Textbook of Musculoskeletal Medicine

5th January 2016

Mark Comerford: Chapter 63

Pablo Marinho sums up his recent trip to Mexico

22nd May 2015

I was invited around 6 weeks ago by Estefania Portillo, a physiotherapy student from the Autonomous University of Chihuahua-UACH, to go Mexico to present a lecture and a course in a Student Congress held in Chihuahua, her city. Having just got back, I’d like to share the lovely experience I had there…

Assessing for movement impairments

12th December 2014

– does it matter for your health care practice?

Patrik Pedersen contributes a chapter on Kinetic Control

19th May 2014

in Swedish text Motor Control and Pain Rehab

An interview with Michal Hadala

26th February 2014

Michal takes KC to Spain

A Polish View of Movement Efficiency

13th January 2014

Functional movement control depends on the efficiency of the deep and superficial muscles, and the central nervous system

Trapezius: Clearing up the confusion!

7th December 2012

A review of the eLearning module

Muscle dysfunction in people with neck pain

12th November 2012

Many people suffer from neck pain at sometime in their life. Kari Niemi (Kinetic Control Accredited Tutor in Finland) has identifed some recent research projects illustrating examples of muscle dysfunction in people with neck pain and one follow-up-study regarding predictive factors of neck pain.