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Approaching movement health of the neck

Considering the shoulder

 Practical Master class


Beate Stindt 








Cairo- Egypt



13th February 2019     

9:00 am-4:30 pm

This masterclass will follow on from the earlier lecture in exploring the influence of the shoulder girdle on movement efficiency of the neck. Cognitive movement control assessments with be used to evaluate coordination efficiency of the neck, particularly into rotation. These findings will then guide the clinician in designing individualized retraining programs. This practical workshop will give the participants clinical tools for immediate use in the clinic. 


  • To become familiar with cognitive movement control assessments to identify impairment of the neck, with a specific emphasis on cervical asymmetries.

  • To be able to clinically reason how these results fit with the patient’s presentation and goals through the use of case studies

  • Design & implement an individual retraining programme to change the mechanism of impairment

  • Gain practical skills in movement assessment and retraining based on a clinical reasoning process which the delegate will be able to use immediately in their clinic

Beate Stindt

After her initial exposure to Kinetic Control in her native South Africa, Beate was so inspired by the systemised movement focussed process she took the decision to move to the UK to further her skills. As part of the tutor team, her extensive clinical experience and belief in the system helps other physios from all over the world to see movement and its potential through the lens of Kinetic Control.   

This belief in the power of movement extends both personally and professionally, and as a passionate and experienced sportsperson, Beate enjoys ultra-challenges, especially trail running and Ironmans. Against this backdrop and knowledge of going through the ‘hard yards’, Beate has unique insight into patients with running-related injuries and issues. Indeed, for her ‘movement’ is the ‘solution’, stating her pet hate as hearing that patients have been told to stop running because it’s bad for their backs and knees. She believes that movement combined with the skills of a well-trained physio, can keep individuals of all backgrounds injury free and in good Movement Health. 

Beate believes Kinetic Control continues to further the field of physiotherapy, hoping one day, Kinetic Control will be the basis of how all physios treat throughout the world.

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Who can attend?


Physiotherapists and medical doctors



National Registration

Congress Attendees: 1500 LE

Attending only the course: 1800 LE

*Get 300 LE off for every extra course/master class that you want to attend


International Registration

Congress Attendees: 100 $

Attending only the course: 120 $

*Get 20 $ off for every extra course/master class that you want to attend

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