Kinetic Control L1: Coordination Efficiency to Optimise Movement Retraining for the Neck & Shoulder – Low Back & Hip ’19 – ATHENS

--Spaces available: 18

Information & Registration

LLLC1, “epimorfosis”, intends to organise the Kinetic Control Modular course on:

1. “Level 1: Coordination Efficiency to Optimise Movement Retraining for the Neck & Shoulder and

2. “Level 1: Coordination Efficiency to Optimise Movement Retraining for the Low Back & Hip

with Joachim Heuer PT, MT as instructor.

 

The course lasts 4 days and will take place

in Athens on  .. – .. …………………………. 2020

The course fee is 700€

An invoice will be issued by the full payment.

To register, please fill in the registration form electronically.

In order to finalize your registration and ensure a placement to this seminar, a down payment of 250must be deposited to one of the following accounts:

National Bank of Greece: IBAN GR6801102170000021744103439 SWIFT(BIC): ETHNGRAA or
Piraeus Bank of Greece: ΙΒΑΝ GR5501722380005238070348955 SWIFT(BIC): PIRBGRAA or
Alpha Bank of Greece: ΙΒΑΝ GR4801407080708002002013410 SWIFT(BIC): CRBAGRAA or
Eurobank of Greece: ΙΒΑΝ GR4502600370000010201090153 SWIFT(BIC): ERBKGRAA

Beneficiary: KENTRO EPIMORFOSIS STELECHON YGEIAS OE

You can also make your payments via DEBIT or CREDIT CARD (free of charge) from the below links:

money-coinDEPOSIT (250€) money-coinPAYMENT (450€) money-coinPAYMENT OF THE ENTIRE AMOUNT (700€)

 

 

Deadline date for registrations .. – .. …………………………. 2020

The rest amount of 450€ must be deposited in our bank account or via debit / credit card, at least 2 days prior to the beginning day of the course.

In case of course cancellation, because of «epimorfosis» decision, the deposit will be refunded immediately.

The realization of the course will be confirmed by email or/and sms to be sent to participants.

It is advised to not buy your flight tickets until you receive this confirmation email (or/and sms).

 


epimorfosis_logoAthens’s Venue:
Seminar Room «epimorfosis»
105 Karaoli & Dimitriou Str. (ex Eleftherias), 18345 – Moschato – Athens Tel. : +30 210 4829303

 

LLLC1 “epimorfosis” keeps the right to change the seminar venue and the Lecturers depending on their availability.

Number of Participants: The number of participants will not exceed 20 people. If stakeholders are more than 20 will be kept, waiting list based on the date of the closing of participation (date of down payment).

At the end of the seminar, a certificate of attendance will be issued.

Printed material (handouts) will be provided.

The course is addressed exclusively in Physiotherapists.

Course language will be English with simultaneous translation to Greek.

Information

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  1. Course Outline: Coordination efficiency to optimise movement retraining for
    the neck and shoulder

kineticcontrol 2COURSE INTRODUCTION

This course allows clinicians to deliver highly specific, individualised movement retraining to successfully manage  each patient’s pain, pathology  and compromised function of the neck and shoulder. It supports all clinicians’ desired  outcomes for their patients through the identification and management of the movement impairment associated to their current neck and shoulder issue.

This course presents a clinical applicable model, connecting pain, pathology and compromised function to any individual patient’s neck and shoulder  impairment. It supplies the skillset and tools to highlight and address the mechanisms associated to the movement impairment  influencing the patients’. This Kinetic Control course provides clinicians with a systemised framework to manage the complexities of pain and dysfunction of the neck and shoulder.

COURSE OVERVIEW

The main focus of this course is to supply clinicians with the skillset to successfully apply a systemised framework of highly targeted movement retraining to their neck and shoulder patients, changing pain, the impact of pathology and dysfunction. It covers client specific assessment, revealing the primary movement impairments influencing their current pain or dysfunction. The course then identifies how this process supports clinicians’ decision making and before  further  developing  their movement retraining delivery.

The clinical value of the course is to allow the building blocks of movement patterns to be assessed and retrained so as to manage the complex and multi- factorial nature of neck and shoulder pain and dysfunction. If the patient’s neck/shoulder pain or limitation is a ‘downstream’ process of the presence of movement impairments, this module supplies a route to address this source, limiting pain’s presence and likelihood of return.

KEY FEATURES

  •  Develops skills to successfully apply clinical tools and a movement focussed framework to change the mechanisms of movement impairment associated to the neck and shoulder
  • Supplies a highly individualised movement retraining intervention allowing clinicians to be increasingly time efficient in addressing their patients’ neck and shoulder  and dysfunction
  • Develops  clinicians’ abilities to change  the building blocks of more complex movement patterns related to pain and dysfunction
  • Supplies clinicians with the reasoning and skillset to manage the complexities of neck and shoulder pain and dysfunction in the long-term

LEARNING OUTCOMES

At the end of this course the participant should be able to:

  •  Assess, analyse and address client specific movement impairments
  •  Deliver targeted movement retraining to alter the key mechanisms associated to their patients’ neck and shoulder  pain or dysfunction
  •  Operate within a structured clinical reasoning framework to help patients achieve their outcomes
  •  Apply practical interventions derived from contemporary research underpinning the principles of movement evaluation and retraining decision making

PROGRAMME OUTLINE

  • Explores the value of targeted movement retraining in managing complex and multi-factorial issues around the neck and shoulder
  •  Identifies patients’ specific movement impairments influence upon their function and symptoms at the neck and shoulder
  •  Presents the importance of identifying and retraining movement control impairments to improve patients’ quality of life
  • Explores the relationship between altered movement quality, pain, pathology, compromised function and the presence of restrictions
  • Practical workshops to enhance movement assessment and retraining proficiency within clinical environments
  •  Practically applies principles of co-ordination efficiency and coordinative variability to target mechanisms associated with patients’ movement impairments
  •  Presents the importance of identifying and retraining movement control impairments to improve patients’ quality of life

 

          2. Course Outline: Coordination efficiency to optimise movement retraining for the low back & hip

COURSE INTRODUCTIONkineticcontrol 1

This course is designed to help clinicians deliver targeted movement retraining to successfully manage each patient’s pain, pathology and compromised function of the low back and hip. It supports all clinicians’ desired outcomes for their patients through the identification and management of the movement impairment associated to their current low back or hip issue.

The course details a systemised route to employ movement as the intervention of choice with their patients to manage recurrence and support participation and long term movement health. Pain, pathology and compromised function are linked to mechanism of movement impairment. Kinetic Control contemporary neuroscience, biomechanics, physiology and skill acquisition principles to allow all clinicians to harness the power of movement within their practice to empower people to change mechanisms of recurrence.

COURSE OVERVIEW

The close relationship between the low back and hip during functional and performance tasks is widely acknowledged. Although the value of movement is increasingly recognised as a tool to manage low back and hip presentations the clinical picture can appear complex due to the number of different variables altering any individual’s movement patterns.

Because everyone moves differently, how do we decide which particular movement has the greatest influence on a patient’s low back or hip problem?

The main focus of this course is to give clinicians the tools and enhanced skillset to use targeted movement retraining to change the mechanisms of movement control impairments related to pain, pathology and compromised function of the low back and hip.

The clinical value of this approach is to allow the building blocks of movement patterns to be assessed and retrained so as to manage complex and multi-factorial presentations. Changing movement quality restores more optimal patterns of movement helping limit recurrence and supporting participation, performance and quality of life.

This course delivers a time efficient clinical framework that helps you change co-ordination strategies to optimise the health of your patient’s movement.

KineticControl1KEY FEATURES

  • Develops skills to successfully apply clinical tools and a movement focussed framework to change the mechanisms of movement impairment associated to the low back and hip
  • Achieve better outcomes in respect of recurrence and long term health
  • Supplies a targeted movement retraining intervention allowing clinicians to be increasingly time efficient in addressing their patients’ impairments
  • Develops clinicians’ abilities to change the building blocks of more complex movement patterns
  • Supplies clinicians with the reasoning and skillset to manage the complexities of low back and hip presentations

LEARNING OUTCOMES

At the end of this course the participant should be able to:

  • Evaluate and diagnose movement and identify client specific movement impairments
  • Deliver targeted movement retraining to alter the key mechanisms associated to their patients’ low back and hip pain or dysfunction
  • Operate within a structured clinical reasoning framework to help patients achieve their outcomes
  • Apply practical interventions derived from contemporary research underpinning the principles of movement evaluation and retraining decision making

PROGRAMME OUTLINE

  • Explores the value of targeted movement retraining in managing complex and multi-fKineticControl4actorial issues
  • Identifies patients’ specific movement impairments influence upon their function and symptoms at the low back and hip
  • Presents the importance of identifying and retraining movement control impairments to improve patients’ quality of life
  • Explores the relationship between altered movement quality, pain, pathology, compromised function and the presence of restrictions
  • Practical workshops to enhance movement assessment and retraining proficiency within clinical environments
  • Practically applies principles of co-ordination efficiency and coordinative variability to target  mechanisms associated with patients’ movement impairments
  • The clinical presentation of movement control impairments of the low back and hip

 

You could find more information on the web page www.kineticcontrol.com

Kinetic Control book

kinetic ctrl bookThe Management of Uncontrolled Movement

Comerford MJ, Mottram SL. 2012

Published by Elsevier

 

 

 

 

 

Instructor

Joachim Heuer_KC

 

 JOACHIM HEUER PT, MT

‘I can do all the manual treatment in the world, and do it well, but unless I can teach my patients how to move properly we will never reach our goal.’

In 2006 Jocke discovered Kinetic Control and fell for its structured system of movement assessment and retraining combined within a robust clinical reasoning framework.

Jocke graduated as a Physiotherapist from the Karolinska Institute, Sweden in 1995 and began practising a couple of years later, sitting his postgraduate exam in Manual Therapy in 2000. He  teaches Manual Therapy at the Karolinska Institute and has worked as the physiotherapist  for both hockey (DIF 01-04) and football clubs (DIF 06-09) . He has also completed one tour to Kosovo as a physiotherapist for the Military and UN-soldiers.

In addition to  teaching Kinetic Control, Jocke is also an accredited Movement Control Consultant delivering The Performance Matrix training and education, both in Sweden and abroad.

 

Time schedule

Day 1
08.30 – 09.00 Registrations
09.00 – 09.30 Why movement matters
09.30 – 10.30 How impairments influence function and symptoms at the neck and shoulder. The relationship between restrictions and the control of movement.
10.30 – 10.50 Break
10.50 – 12.30 Principles of testing for movement control impairments and making a clinical diagnosis of uncontrolled movement. The process of testing for movement control impairments. The clinical presentation of movement control impairments of the neck.
12.30 – 13.30 Break
13.30 – 15.00 Testing for movement control impairments of the neck and establishing clinical subgrouping
15.00 – 15.20 Break
15.20 – 17.00 Continue and targeted retraining

Day 2
09.00 – 10.30 The clinical presentation of movement control impairments of the shoulder girdle. Testing for movement control impairments of the shoulder girdle and establishing clinical subgrouping.
10.30 – 10.50 Break
10.50 – 12.30 Principles of retraining optimal movement control and re- establishing movement health. Cognitive motor control retraining solutions for movement control impairments for the neck and shoulder.
12.30 – 13.30 Break
13.30 – 15.00 Practical continues
15.00 – 15.20 Break
15.20 – 16.00 / 17.00 Matching movement retraining solutions to the client’s / patient’s goals and priorities.

Day 3
09.00 – 09.30 Why movement matters
09.30 – 10.30 How impairments influence function and symptoms at the low back and hip. The Movement System and Clinical Reasoning
10.30 – 10.50 Break
10.50 – 12.30 Principles of testing for movement control impairments and making a clinical diagnosis of uncontrolled movement. The process of testing for movement control impairments. The clinical presentation of movement control impairments of the low back.
12.30 – 13.30 Break
13.30 – 15.00 Testing for movement control impairments of the low back establishing clinical subgrouping
15.00 – 15.20 Break
15.20 – 17.00 Continue and targeted retraining

Day 4
09.00 – 10.30 The clinical presentation of movement control impairments of the hip. Testing for movement control impairments of the hip and establishing clinical subgrouping.
10.30 – 10.50 Break
10.50 – 12.30 Principles of retraining optimal movement control and re-establishing movement health. Cognitive motor control retraining solutions for movement control impairments for the low back and hip.
12.30 – 13.30 Break
13.30 – 15.00 Practical continues
15.00 – 15.20 Break
15.30 – 16.00/ 17.00 Matching movement retraining solutions to the client’s / patient’s goals and priorities.

Suggested Hotels

You can make your own reservation declaring the name of epimorfosis.

ATHENS

Hotel Delfini** single room B&B 45 €. More information:
Tel.: +30 210 9415364 & 9415373