Motor Control Retraining of Movement Dysfunction at Keele University

1st March 2016

Next week KC's Mark Comerford heads to Keele University  to deliver the second part of the Motor Control Retraining of Movement Dysfunction module.

This module aims to develop students' knowledge of the examination, assessment and management of movement dysfunction, together with their ability to critically appraise contemporary models of movement dysfunction.

If you are already studying towards an MSc then you can gain valuable credits towards your overall qualification though our ongoing partnership with Keele University, School of Health and Rehabilitation.

Module Learning Outcomes/Objectives: 
The student should be able to:

  • Analyse the concept of movement dysfunction.
  • Justify the need to examine for movement dysfunction
  • Relate patient’s symptoms to the presenting disability and dysfunction of movement.
  • Plan, implement and modify motor control treatment programmes according to the analysis and interpretation of assessment findings.
  • Critically appraise the contemporary models of the management of movement dysfunction using motor control.
  • Critically appraise the related literature.

If you are intested in signing up for next years Module, the session dates are:

30 January-3 February 2017 & 27 February-3 March 2017

For full details visit the Keele website here

Keywords: Kinetic Control, Courses, Kinetic Control Education