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India hooked on Kinetic Control

16th January 2017

Kinetic Control in India is in its 7th year, initiated with the first course by Sarah Mottram in Mumbai in 2010. It has come a long way since then growing rapidly both in presence and popularity. With one course in 2010 to 18 courses across all major cities in 2016, India, we believe is hooked on to the Kinetic Control concept and set to grow more with all the courses getting full in advance.

And what better way to start the new year than having movement wizard Mark Comerford leading the way with the first two courses of 2017 in Mumbai. A well-attended course full of senior clinical therapists from various states of India, who will take the Kinetic Control message forward to their respective regions, we hope this will significantly influence the demography of clinical practice in India.

This year will also see our network of Movement therapist grow and expand in the region with an initial group of Level 1 & 2 practitioners set to become Kinetic Control Accredited Movement therapists subject to completion of one Level 3 course. Wish to be part of this exclusive network of clinical therapists? Look for the list of courses in India this year here.

Last week Mark Comerford kicked off proceedings delivering the two popular level three courses on 8-9 and 10-11 January, L3 - MANAGING MOVEMENT: ELBOW, FOREARM, WRIST AND HAND and L3 - MYOFASCIAL TRIGGER POINTS FOR MOVEMENT OPTIMISATION AND PAIN

See below for the full programme rolling out across the year in India...

2017 Course Programme, India 

L1 - SOLUTIONS FOR MOVEMENT IMPAIRMENTS OF THE LOW BACK AND HIP

4-5 Feb, Chennai, tutor Padmanaban Sekaran
25-26 Feb, Gujarat, tutor Padmanaban Sekaran
25-26 Feb, Mumbai, tutor Hemakshi Basu

L1 - SOLUTIONS FOR MOVEMENT IMPAIRMENTS OF THE NECK AND SHOULDER
18-19 Mar, Bangalore, tutor Padmanaban Sekaran
25-26 Mar, New Delhi, tutor Padmanaban Sekaran

L1 - MOVEMENT, ALIGNMENT & COORDINATION
22-23 Apr, Mumbai, tutor Swekha Mehta

L3 - MANAGING MOVEMENT: IMPAIRMENTS OF THE LOWER LEG
22-23 Apr, Bangalore, tutor Padmanaban Sekeran

L1 - SOLUTIONS FOR MOVEMENT IMPAIRMENTS OF THE LOW BACK AND HIP
6-7 May, New Delhi, tutor Padmanaban Sekaran
20-21 May, Bangalore, tutor Padmanaban Sekaran

L2 - MOVEMENT EFFICIENCY NECK AND SHOULDER
10-11 June, Mumbai, tutor Hemakshi Basu

L2 - MOVEMENT EFFICIENCY FOR LOW BACK AND HIP
1-2 July,  New Delhi, tutor Padmanaban Sekaran

L2 - MOVEMENT EFFICIENCY NECK AND SHOULDER
22-23 July,  Bangalore, tutor Padmanaban Sekaran

L1 - SOLUTIONS FOR MOVEMENT IMPAIRMENTS OF THE LOW BACK AND HIP
5-6 Aug, Mumbai, tutor Swekha Mehta

L2 - MOVEMENT EFFICIENCY FOR LOW BACK AND HIP
22-23 Sept,  Bangalore, tutor Padmanaban Sekaran

L2 - TARGETING LOCAL MUSCLE TRAINING
7-8 Oct, Mumbai, tutor Swekha Mehta

L1 - MOVEMENT, ALIGNMENT & COORDINATION
4-6 Nov, New Delhi, tutor Padmanaban Sekaran

L1 - MOVEMENT, ALIGNMENT & COORDINATION
11-12 Nov, Bangalore, tutor Padmanaban Sekaran

L2 - MOVEMENT EFFICIENCY FOR LOW BACK AND HIP
9-10 Dec, Mumbai, tutor Hemakshi Basu

Our Indian Team is made up of Padmanban Sekaran , Hemakshi Basu and Swekha Mehta

PADMANABAN SEKARAN

When not teaching Padmanaban heads up “Movement Control Solutions” a consultation firm specialising in consultancy services for movement control and sports performance. Through this business Padmanaban promotes Kinetic Control education and The Performance Matrix in India and the Middle East.

HEMAKSHI BASU

Hemakshi states "I believe Physiotherapy is a unique branch of rehab medicine that adds life to one’s years and not just years to one’s life! Kinetic Control, helped me realize that this can be achieved by understanding Movement better – by changing patients movement impairments thereby changing pain”

Click here for a newpaper article about Hemakshi, who has helped organise the course programme in Mumbai over the past serveral years

SWEKHA MEHTA

Swekha believes that RETRAINING MOVEMENT is the future of physiotherapy management and the key to treating a patient successfully and holistically. Kinetic Control has helped her integrate movement retraining as a part of her assessment and rehabilitation.

Testimonials from KC Students on Mumbai India courses, January 2017

"Level 3 course is well timed as it has dealt with causative,  treatment aspect and retraining aspect of trigger points with movement retraining very well. Mark is an excellent teacher and a clinician and makes us think in a systematic clinical reasoning way."

"Kinetic Control is a integrated process of movement control which has helped me think systematically and also give far longlasting results for patients as it does not only stop at pain management.It also emphasises a lot on early screening for people at risk because of uncontrolled  movement patterns as well as retraining.Also the coursematerial is reserachbased .Kinetic control is becoming quite popular in India due to dynamic Kinetic control tutors .I thank Mark comerford and SarahMottaram  for all their teaching and efforts to come to India every year and teaching us different modules.It has helped in finetuning our concept as we have applied it on our patients.  I also thank organisers from Mumbai for successively arranging  Kinetic control courses since last 7 years ."

"Myofascial Trigger Point Solutions for Movement Optimisation & Pain Management has been a very informative & interesting workshop. It has cleared many misconceptions about trigger points & given a new insight into the management of trigger points."

"Managing Impairments of Elbow, Forearm, Wrist & Hand was  an excellent workshop. It has completely changed the perspective of assessing & treating these areas. We had never looked at these areas like this before and I am quite looking forward to apply these principles in the clinical practice."

"Mark is undoubtedly an excellent tutor with wealth of knowledge & clinical expertise and of course lot of patience."

Below are a few photos from the recent courses with Mark in Mumbai:

     

     

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