Course Fee: $ 123

Manual therapy has become an integral part of physiotherapy these days. This field is still developing with many new updates. There is a lot of scope for new researches and KKMT is a new progress in this row.
The term Kinetikinetic in KKMT means mobilisation of forces. So KKMT emphasises more on reprogramming the forces (muscular) than only realigning the joints.
Where most of the manual therapy techniques apply either unidirectional or bidirectional glides/ motions, The KKMT school of thought believes in 3D glides/ rolls/ facilitation during functional motions.

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How did it start?
KKMT started with two simple questions.
1) Why should we do two-dimensional mobilisations when there are no pure two dimensional functional motions?
2) Why do we do pure joint mobilisation when there are many other factors responsible for joint homeostasis?

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The KKMT® joint mobilisation techniques are based on the following principles:
1) Proper arthro kinematic motion and homeostatic kinetic forces are essential for proper and smooth osteo kinematic motion.
2) Homeostatic kinetics of a joint is important to maintain its static and dynamic alignment. The homeostatic kinetic forces help the joint to come back in its optimal alignment after a motion.
3) Restricted or inappropriate arthro kinematic motion can be restored by facilitating homeostatic kinetics of the intrinsic and extrinsic factors.

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2 Months
  1. Learner-Content Interaction (Primary)
  2. Learner-Facilitator Interaction (Secondary)
  3. Practical (Optional)

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