Official Kinetic Control
Block 1: 3 - 4 Nov. / 10 -11 Nov. 2023
Block 2: 1 - 2 Dec. / 8-9 Dec. 2023
Masterclass: 22 - 23 Dec, 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).
Heba is a manual & women health therapist that completed her undergraduate study at Cairo university 1995 and worked clinically till 1998 before moving to Kuwait .
Ever since then she has been working to gain her experience on an evidence -based practice . From 1998 -2000 she has actively participated in the Kuwait- Dalhousie program held in PM&R hospital in collaboration between M.O.H & P.T office .
Throughout her years of experience , attended conferences , symposiums and workshops in Kuwait, Bahrain, Oman and U.A.E .
By 2012 she was certified for medical tapping and was introduced to PRIMEPHYSIO training too, she kept on building her base of knowledge till successfully passing the professional diploma in manual therapy held by prime-physio in Kuwait and completed her advance clinical 2 weeks placement in Sheffield , UK in 2016.
In March 2015 she was certified as a dry needle practitioner and a certified Mulligan practitioner .
Her journey with Women health passion started in 2013 by attending multiple workshops for pelvic floor dysfunction assessment and management , she kept on improving her skills till she successfully passed a 6 month training about role of PT in women health held by Kuwait University in 2015.
As a senior of the PT female orthopedic unit in PM& R hospital , Heba is responsible to solve staff and patient problems in addition to managing a sufficient case load , she also shares in presenting lectures for public awareness & conducted several internal and external training programs titled : ( Lumbo-pelvic dysfunction problems PT management ) .