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The Kinetic Medial Rotation Test (KMRT)

15th November 2018

The Kinetic Medial Rotation Test (KMRT) has been part of the Kinetic Control test battery since our first course in 1995.  This cognitive movement control test is designed to identify uncontrolled movement (UCM) at both the scapula and gleno-humeral joint (GHJ) (Comerford & Mottram, 2012). It is a popular test with clinicians as it signposts the presence of UCM at the scapular and/or GHJ and therefore directs targeted interventions.

Asking and answering the tough questions - Mark Comerford Webinars

20th February 2017

Supporting the release of the Kinetic Control Online Testing & Retraining Catalogue we remind you about some other educational favourites, which are also just a click away - the online webinars with Mark Comerford.

Get Movement - Sweden's KC & TPM Experts

20th December 2016

The Get Movement clinic in Sweden is home to expert duo Patrik and Clare Pedersen, who between them cover all bases when it comes to managing movement.

News round up from KC & TPM

18th July 2016

News and Updates from Kinetic Control and TPM - have a read and see what we've been up to and whats coming up later this summer

TPM and Kinetic Control exhibiting at IFOMPT 2016

23rd June 2016

Movement Performance Solutions brings TPM Pro to IFOMPT 2016 together with Kinetic Control demonstrating the new KC Exercise Catalogue - come and see us at Stand 24

New Movement Quality Masterclass

20th April 2016

Movement Quality Masterclass: Connecting Movement Health to Quality of Life, with tutors Mark Comerford and Lincoln Blandford. This 2-day workshop is perfect for all those who deliver and manage movement as part of their client and patient experience. 15-16 October 2016, London, UK

Fixing Functional Movement

6th April 2016

Mark Comerford takes a moment to discuss how functional training might not be the best fix for deficits in functional movement.

Movement Health: New Solutions on the Horizon

22nd March 2016

Kinetic Control Tutor, Patrik Pedersen discusses his attendance of The Movement Health Solution.

Tutor Pablo Marinho takes TPM & Kinetic Control to Ecuador

21st March 2016

Invited to present lectures in KC & TPM topics, Pablo Marinho reports on the event and his first experience in Quito. He is already booked to return some three other times till the end of 2016 to present all new model courses from level 1 and 2.

Moving from Manual Therapy to Movement Health: Mark Comerfords Journey

20th March 2016

Holland, 9 June 2016: Lecture in the evening about Mark’s work, life & experiences (3 hours with questions from the audience)

Where do we start when it comes to retraining movement?

9th March 2016

Movement Performance Solutions’ Mark Comerford asks a simple question…

MPS providing Movement Health Solutions

24th February 2016

We all move differently and there is no right or wrong way to move. For this reason there is much debate about what is normal movement.

TPM present at the PT International Congress in Ecuador

9th February 2016

Breaking News…. TPM & KC tutor Pablo Marinho has been invited to present three 40 minute lectures and a 4 hour workshop at the PT International Congress in Ecuador in March

Muscle Classifications and Muscle Imbalance Part 1

21st December 2015

Part 1 - This two part blog considers the relevance and application of models of muscle classification and considers contemporary interpretations and applications of the classic concept of muscle imbalance.

Muscle Classifications & Muscle Imbalance Part 2

21st December 2015

Part 2 - Muscle Classifications & Muscle Imbalance; models of management for the body’s ‘Agents of Action’


Kinetic Control Movement Therapist Day October, 2015

27th October 2015

Does Breathing Matter?

19th October 2015

KCs Elzette Korkie has recently finished her PhD and is now teaching in South Africa; read her paper here.

The Shape of Movement Health

21st September 2015

A 2015 Perspective

The KNeed for Multi Joint Testing

14th September 2015

Injuries to the knee, both acute and overuse related are common in jump-landing movements, especially in female athletes 

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