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Functional Rehab Essentials for the Fit Pro

Functional Rehab Essentials for the Fit Pro *CLICK HERE* to buy and you will be redirected. Or scroll down for more info WWW.Cor-Kinetic.COM   Over 4 hrs of content for only £49     This brand new product from Cor-kinetic … Continue reading

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Thinking critically about your continuing education!?

Continuing education (CE) outside of a professional qualification is always going to be a good thing. The more we can learn and expose ourselves to information the better.  I am always reminded of a profound statement from a friend a … Continue reading

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Thinking critically about continuing education.

Continuing education (CE) outside of a professional qualification is always going to be a good thing. The more we can learn and expose ourselves to information the better.  I am always reminded of a profound statement from a friend a … Continue reading

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Pain and prediction.

This article is a standalone piece and also kind of serves as the third piece of ‘The brain, movement and pain’ series already released earlier on this blog site. This follows the loose ‘brain model’ of Patterns Perception Prediction In … Continue reading

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Biomechanics BS. Can you ‘predict’ injury or pain?

The perspective that the body is an interconnected unit that displays regional interdependence is a valuable one. That different parts interact in different ways during different activities and influence ROM (range of movement) in other areas of the movement chain … Continue reading

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Does clinical testing tell us much about functional performance? The Thomas test.

One of the topics that regularly comes up in our courses is how relevant are more static/clinical tests to our everyday dynamic and function related movements. We have decided to address this in this blog. We also have a special … Continue reading

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5 key steps for breaking into professional sport.

At Cor-Kinetic we often get asked how we are able to be involved with so many elite sports organisations. I was asked this question last week and made me stop for a moment to think about. I then decided to … Continue reading

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