Official Kinetic Control
khartoum - Sudan
Block 1: 9-12 May 2023
Block 2: 11-14 July 2023
What will I learn in these two blocks?
Key learning outcomes are:
Practice the application of the cognitive motor control testing (CMCT) within the kinetic control reasoning framework (site & direction of uncontrolled movement).
Deal with the different muscle classifications through targeted muscle testing, activation retraining for global stabilizer muscle and/ or increase extensibility if global mobilizer muscles.
Display options integrated interventions with movement retraining (e.g., lumbo-pelvic stabilization, deep neck flexor activation, scapular stabilization, rotator cuff activation) & a variety of handson practical interventions to alter the pain mechanisms associated to their patients ‘related dysfunctions.
Evaluates movement patterns to help change muscle function associated to pain, pathology, and compromised function.
Relate muscle synergy recruitment patterns to pain, recurrence and compromised function & gain the ability to assess and retrain muscle synergy efficiency.
Identify how assessment, analysis and retraining of alignment and posture and their relationship with movement to reduce pain, the impact of pathology and improve function.
Develops clinicians’ teaching and cueing skillset of their patients’ movement patterns to influence muscle function associated with pain, pathology and compromised function.
Demonstrate the ability to assess and retrain impairments in the local stabilizer role system related to a patient’s risk of recurrence & translation dysfunctions (e.g., recurrent dislocations, spondylolisthesis, clicking & clucking)
Demonstrate an ability to employ a clinical reasoning framework to identify why some patients require this approach and when.
Demonstrate enhances skills of cueing and recruitment facilitation for better management of chronic symptoms and recurrences).
After more than 10 years of experience working with a wide variety of patients in private practice as a therapist and Pilates instructor, Fatma discovered Kinetic Control. She found that its rigorous clinical framework helped her to use movement assessment and retraining in her treatment, alongside the integration of Pilates, as a long term effective and high standard management, rehabilitation and patient care strategy.Fatma believes her strongest assets to be her curiosity, evident as a passion for reading and learning, her eagerness to continuously develop her skills, share her knowledge and to be part of the great challenge and change happening every day in health care management.
Hayat completed her undergraduate education and graduated from Faculty of Physiotherapy, October 6th University, 2006 with more than 16 years of experience in both Cardiopulmonary and Musculoskeletal rehabilitation, she started her clinical experience in Dar El Salam General Hospital 2008 and became the deputy head of the Department of Physiotherapy till 2018, also she was trained and applied practical application for her master’s degree in the National Heart Institute from 2011 to 2013. She got her master’s degree in cardiopulmonary Rehabilitation from Cairo University in 2013. She is now enrolled in the Doctorate Degree program in Cairo University. She Started her journey with Primephysio in 2018, assisted in more than 8 Orthopaedic Manual Therapy Certificate programs, also she assisted in Mulligan, Kinetic control courses. She achieved her Level 2a in the Maitland Concept aiming to continue the lovely journey and become an official Maitland Therapist. She is now one of the teaching team in OMTC, Sports, Taping, Kinetic Control and Dry Needling Program and part of curriculum development team. She joined the Egyptian Archery federation as a member in the medical committee in 2021 also she joined Zamalek Sporting Club Women Basketball Team as a Senior Physiotherapist. She is part of the organization committee of the Middle East Manual Therapy Congress organized every year by the Orthopaedic Manual Therapy Academy. She is also Primephysio quality control officer in Cairo, Egypt.