PHYSIOKINETIX MANUAL THERAPY – “Treating the 5 Key Links” of the Musculoskeletal System
Assess and bring awareness to our clients on movement dysfunctions at the 5 kinetic links of the musculoskeletal system. Treat and retrain the inhibitory patterns we see due to joint dysfunction or neurologic interruptions for transference and active daily lifestyles (ADLs).
- • Assess and treat the 5 key links of the musculoskeletal system.
- • Recognize neurogenic pain vs joint dysfunction.
- • Understand the basic principles of movement
- • Conceptualize a client transference program using PKT
- • Define: Evidence informed (based) Practice and what research says about Pain Management and Manual therapy.
- • Assess the 5 key links and understand why they matter.
- • Release: Look at how to incorporate Manual Mobilization Treatments of the 5 key links on and off the therapy table
- • Reeducate: On the therapy table, (Table Neuro Training – TNT), using PKT system to re-establish Motor Control, Neuromuscular Endurance, and Robustness
- • Motivate/Movement Plan: Understand how to create a Pain Management, (PM), and Performance Plan, (PP), using PKT Mobility, Stability, Power, and Performance techniques to create an Active Daily Lifestyle for your clients success.
- • Wolff’s Law
- • Principles of motor control and motor learning
- • Applied kinesiology theory and applications
- • Pathophysiology of the articular systems
- • Bio-psycho-social-cultural pain model
- • Joint types and kinematic movement
- • Anatomy and physiology
- • Neuroanatomy and pathology
- • Exercise science foundations
- • Pain science concepts
- • Neogenesis and cardiovascular benefits of exercise
- • Pain management concepts with movement
- • Mindset and motivation for attainable goal setting
Paul’s Multidisciplinary Approach to treatments and training will allow you to be the Go To Manual and Movement Specialist.
- lifetime access to the 2 day recording of this 2022 workshop.
- lifetime access to the techniques booklet (viewable but not downloadable)
(Not currently for CEs)