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Support for movement retraining: time under attention changes movement patterns at the shoulder and lumbo-pelvic complex
The Performance Matrix (TPM) is a multi-joint, multi-intensity battery of cognitive movement control tests. In addition to being comprehensively described within the literature (Dingenen et al., 2018; Mischiati et al., 2015; Mottram & Comerford, 2008), the clinicians using the system on a daily basis state that TPM ‘makes sure I don’t miss something’ when assessing their individuals’ movement abilities.
The Kinetic Medial Rotation Test (KMRT)
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.
Measures of Movement Health: Taking movement into account
The Performance Matrix is a movement assessment tool that supplies coaches, clinicians and their clients with the required information on what movement options have been lost. Therefore, those characteristics of movement that represent compromised Movement Health can found, labelled, and targeted by through specific retraining; the options lost can be restored.
Movement assessment, for Movement Health in young athletes and older adults
Focused movement retraining for hip pain and recurring pain in young athletes
and improving walking in older adults
How does TPM Active deliver improved movement outcomes?
Multi-joint testing - it is all about the individual
Literature appears to be supporting what the experienced clinician instinctively knows; we need to assess and manage each patient/client very much as an individual.
Movement Screening in Young Academy Footballers. Poster at WCPT 2017
Moving towards a better understanding of movement impairments and football
Football Medicine Conference & The Performance Matrix 2016
The 25th Isokinetic Football Medicine Strategies Conference was recently held in London with a focus firmly placed on the return to play (RTP) phase. This prestigious event, often described as the premier meeting of sports medicine’s elite, saw a huge range of topics discussed with deliveries coming from the sport’s renowned practitioners and research groups.
Short Term Solutions
Long term problems?
Gastroc soleus length test
Differentiating Length tests
SITE, DIRECTION & THRESHOLD
SITE, DIRECTION & THRESHOLD: Movement Analysis
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- The Performance Solution: an education in Movement Health & The Performance Matrix
- Support for movement retraining: time under attention changes movement patterns at the shoulder and lumbo-pelvic complex
- The Kinetic Medial Rotation Test (KMRT)
- Measures of Movement Health: Taking movement into account
- 3 TPM Pro Clinics identify what TPM can do for 'You, Your Clients, and Your Practice'
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