American Physical Therapy Association (APTA) has adopted ‘optimizing movement’ as its vision for physical therapy profession and advocates the movement system to be the core of physical therapist practice, education and research.
for further details see here http://www.apta.org/Vision/
Kinetic Control is promoting the professional identity of a physiotherapists with the concepts of movement system based assessment, diagnosis and management.
The professional identity of a physiotherapist in future will be defined by their ability to perform a movement system based assessment, diagnosis and treatment.
Kinetic Control provides an evidence based process for the assessment and retraining of uncontrolled movement. This includes the ‘movement control tests’ and tests for motor control. Kinetic Control approach is a comprehensive framework of movement control assessment and treatment that enables the therapists to assess, diagnose, classify and retrain uncontrolled movement to manage pain, improve function, correct impairments and prevent recurrence.
See kineticcontrol.com for details of CPD and education
- TPM Active - its the sign of movement health
- New USA Clinics join TPM Pro and train in Manhattan
- Running at the TPM Network - A business and technical perspective
- How does TPM Active deliver improved movement outcomes?
- New TPM Pro member - The Poynton Spine Care Institute featured in The Irish Times
- Multi-joint testing - it is all about the individual
- Injury Prevention
- Kinetic Control
- Kinetic Control Education
- Kinetic Control Movement Therapists
- Mark Comerford
- Movement Analysis
- Movement Control
- Movement Control Impairments
- Movement Efficiency
- Movement Health
- Movement Matters
- Review 2012
- Review 2013
- Review 2014
- Review 2015
- Success Stories
- TPM Active
- TPM Elite
- TPM Network
- TPM Pro
- The 2018 Movement Conference
- The Foundation Matrix
- Who Uses TPM
- injury prevention