Overview of PhysioKinetix Training: PhysioKinetix is a multi-modality approach to Manual Therapy and Movement Science, combining both areas of expertise into one complete “Treatment & Training” approach. The first training course is called Movement Science & Neuromuscular Re-Education (Level 1-Mobility Training). We utilize this as the first training to educate all students on the fundamentals of primal movement, what parts of the brain control human movement, and to teach everyone the first necessary building block required for everyone to move effectively, Mobility.
PhysioKinetix uses a Treatment & Training method (utilizing Manual Therapy on the table, and then Physical Fitness off the table). This method is designed to combat chronic pain and Movement related dysfunctions, by properly aligning their weak strain muscle patterns in all 3 planes of motion. Everything you are about to learn in this course will strictly utilize your bodies natural movements and no use of heavy weights or machines. Each section in our course will focus on a different skill (Mobility, Stability, Power, and Performance). After completion of each course you will find the Corrective Techniques, Graded Exposure Movements, and Neuro-Strengthening Modifiers in each level will help you improve a different aspect of your overall movement goals. By training both the brain and the body together at the same time, we are able to start developing proper cross-patterning, allowing us to live a high functioning life and do more activities without the need for excessive “recoup” time.
If you are a therapist that works with many different types of chronic pain and movement related dysfunctions and want to have specific plans of action for each assessment, this course is for you. If you tend to struggle with a tight neck, back, or chest due to 8+hrs of flexion dominant work a day, and want to learn why you are in constant pain, this course is for you. If you are a professional athlete, or high level hobbyist that needs to get the most out of your body, and also needs to spend less time in those “fix” stages during training, this course is for you.
Lastly, each student who takes this course should come away with the ability to: identify, assess and correct poor movement patterns contributing to pain and dysfunction, learn specific areas of the brain that aid in human movement, learn systems of the brain and reflexes of the body that allow us to move well, and have a plan to create self-efficacy for our client.
“Nothing happens until something moves”