Process & Principles
After undertaking Kinetic Control training, we believe that you will be able to deliver better assessment and therapy; enhancing the long term physical health and wellbeing of your clients.
At the center of Kinetic Control’s philosophy is a more patient-centered, collaborative approach. By questioning ‘why’ movement impairment occurs, you are bringing your clients into the clinical process. They will feel more engaged and you will be able to equip them with a better understanding of the goals you are aiming to achieve together.
By implementing the theoretical and practical elements of your newfound knowledge you will attain the best results possible. From the very outset, you can feel confident that Kinetic Control’s proven methodology is supported two decades of experience and ongoing evolution.
In this time Kinetic Control’s clinical reasoning framework has had significant impact on how movement health is perceived and the way in which professionals meet the needs of patients.
The system provides a coherent rational into the pivotal relationship between movement impairment and recurring pain. From the outset, this innovative solution has continued to develop to reflect current research and evidence-based clinical practice. Ongoing findings are shared between a global network of qualified practitioners to benefit everyone within the Kinetic Control community and beyond.
So what do we know? A brief summary…
- Movement impairments have a significant impact on the loss of movement control and the development of movement disorders resulting in pain.
- Your successful identification of uncontrolled movement can mange recurrence that threatens future performance and wellbeing.
- Using Kinetic Control’s movement testing you will be able to classify uncontrolled movement into diagnostic subgroups that can be used to develop individual retraining programmes.
- This unique process optimises the management of pain and injury recurrence by pinpointing the subclassification of site, direction and threshold.
- Kinetic Control provides you with a better understanding of the key relationship between the restrictions of function and compensation strategies.
- Once you have identified deficiencies in movement control, Kinetic Control provides you with a wide variety of tools for implementing retraining strategies that will improve movement efficiency and help you achieve outcomes faster.
- You will ultimately save yourself time.
- You will speed up recovery.
- You will also prevent recurrence.
- And by delivering a better quality of life to your patients you’ll enhance your professional reputation.
- At the end of the day, your practice will benefit as a consequence of Kinetic Control.