This is an internationally recognised accreditation (Masters Level study) that will add value to your continual professional development and help you promote your business.
Kinetic Control Movement Therapists have studied the Kinetic Control process to a masters level standard.
As a KCMT you can expect to receive:
To become a KCMT you need to complete the Motor Control Retraining of Movement Dysfunction
module at Keele University (Neuromusculoskeletal Health Care Studies).
This can be done one of two ways:
Stand Alone Module:
Motor Control Retraining of Movement Dysfunction.
(30 master level credits)
On successful completion of course work you can register as a KCMT.
Accreditation of Prior Experiential Learning(APEL):
Motor Control Retraining of Movement Dysfunction
Or the following Kinetic Control courses:
Upon completion of these courses, submit your portfolio to Keele and then register with Kinetic Control as a KCMT
If you have already completed the courses above, then contact Keele University for information about the APEL route.
Alternatively, if you wish to attend any of the above courses, contact Kinetic Contol directly at email@example.com