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Official Kinetic Control Courses

Training and Certification in Movement Science

A collaboration between Primephysio and Comera Movement Science

Kinetic Control is world-class education, consultancy, training, and set of products in movement control for physiotherapists and professionals working in the sport, health, rehabilitation, and exercise & fitness industries.

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  • Provides a robust clinical reasoning framework which clinicians can use to put movement into their practice.

  • Presents a movement solution for managing recurrence

  • Explores co-ordination strategies and muscle synergies in both assessment and retraining to prioritise and deliver specific retraining

  • Integrates exercise and movement retraining with other clinical tools such as manual therapy joint mob – soft tissue, neuro dynamic tech and high-quality pain education.


Our brain takes the path of least resistance, so whenever there is pain, restriction or the person has a recent trauma, our patients develop compensations changing the way they move to help reaching their
functional aims. That leads to the development of uncontrolled movement (UCM), resulting in overloading for the different tissues and structures, related dysfunctions and recurrent symptoms.

For example, a person may use (uncontrolled) medial hip rotation while walking due to limited ankle dorsiflexion ROM. If this pattern of movement, cannot be prevented it can be suggested to occur with a high frequency during the day. This may lead to stress and strain on tissues local to this region. Uncontrolled movement may cause symptom provocation, risk of recurrence, or injury, potentially leading to activity limitation and participation restriction. The identification of UCM supplies the clinician with valuable insight into which movement patterns may be contributing to this presentation.


Kinetic Control is perfect for

  1. Physiotherapists

  2. Osteopaths

  3. Chiropractors

  4. Occupational therapists

  5. Physiotherapists interested in neurological rehabilitation

  6. Sports therapists

  7. Physiotherapists interested in pediatric rehabilitation

Our education may be particularly interesting to those working in neuro rehab, amputee rehab, pediatrics, musculoskeletal presentations, older people, occupational health, or in sports medicine.