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Kinetic Control Education

25th October 2016

Education

Kinetic Control provides comprehensive training and expert skill development.

Our on-going skills development is for all interested in movement and physiotherapy assessment: for therapy, rehabilitation, health promotion, injury prevention or a risk reduction programme.

In the rehab environment our training will suit those working in neuro rehab, amputee rehab, with paediatrics and those dealing with musculoskeletal presentations.

Whatever the clinicians current role, our education programme provides therapists with professional development, Kinetic Control offers scope for significantly increasing the understanding of movement control assessment.

Flexible options are available. Modular shorter courses or the longer Movement Solution.  It’s a mix of theoretical and practical study that builds on current qualifications to help advance the practitioner.

Over the past 20 years our team have taught in 28 countries, including Europe (Finland, Sweden, Denmark, Norway, The Netherlands, Spain, Greece, Portugal) USA, South America (Brazil, Mexico, Peru, Chile, Argentina), Asia (Singapore, Hong Kong, China, Taiwan) and presented in 12 languages.

YOU CAN CHOOSE TO ENHANCE YOUR SKILL ACQUISITION THROUGH THESE DIFFERENT ROUTES...

 

THE MOVEMENT SOLUTION

With just 15 days of intensive training to revolutionise your clinical practice, this is our specially developed fast tract route to mastering the KC process.  
Dates for 2017 are Part 1: 6-10 March,  Part 2: 5-9 June, Part 3: 9-13 Oct 2017 

 

MODULAR COURSES

Our new modular course structure is designed to enhance your skill acquisition through levels 1-3.

 

E-LEARNING

Kinetic Control's innovative and interactive online modules and presentations.

 

MSC CREDITS AT KEELE: MOTOR CONTROL RETRAINING OF MOVEMENT DYSFUNCTION

Our partnership with Keele University, School of Health and Rehabilitation

 

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Keywords: Kinetic Control, Movement Control, Movement Matters