KPEC: Kinesics Practical Evaluation Course

COURSE SUMMARY

Kinesics Practical Evaluation Course is designed to deliver the skills and competence to conduct arthrokinematic and osteokinematic range of motion assessments using the Halo digital measurement device. The HALO digital measurement device is an FDA and TGA approved measurement tool that combines the capabilities of the goniometer, inclinometer and petrometer into one measurement tool.

By the end of this course, the practitioner will be proficient in the execution of 43 range of motion measurements, the implementation of a standardized process for evaluation with customization features, and have the ability to quickly and objectively collect and record data.

LEARNING OBJECTIVES

At the end of this course professionals will be able to: 

  • Conduct 43 range of motion measurements using the Halo digital measurement device

  • Recognize, correct and prevent the common compensations that may occur with each measurement

  • Implement a standardized evaluation process

  • Conduct customized evaluations in as little as 1-3 minutes

  • Conduct a comprehensive, full body evaluation ranging in time from 45 - 60 minutes

  • Collect and record objective data

  • Gain approval to license the Kinesics software app to generate reports and data analytics

Text References and Recommended Reading:

  • Reese, N., & Bandy, W. (2010). Joint range of motion and muscle length testing (2nd ed.). St. Louis, Mo.: Saunders/Elsevier.

  • Clarkson, H. (2005). Joint motion and function assessment: A research-based practical guide. Philadelphia: Lippincott Williams & Wilkins.

COURSE BENEFITS

  1. Relieve biomechanical stress on therapist. The digital measurement device can be operated with one hand

  2. Conduct customized or comprehensive evaluations and re-evaluations

  3. Collect objective and accurate range of motion measurements with a digital measurement device

  4. Standardize the evaluation process

  5. Improve time efficiency with digital data collection

WHAT YOU GET

  • 47 short video chapters

  • 1-5 question quiz after each video, 157 total questions

  • 2 printable text manuals

  • 8 hours for CEU credit*

  • *See below for the CEU credit granted per organization

  • 1 HALO digital device

REQUIRED TOOLS

  • HALO Digital Device

  • Kinesics Base

The Halo digital device and Kinesics base will be shipped to you so you can begin learning alongside the KPEC online course.

Halo Device Research:

Claire Forde, Lucy Johnston, Emily Longo and Fiona Sherriff, A/Prof Jennifer Bryant, Intra and inter-rater reliability of the HALO digital goniometer and the tractograph in a podiatric setting: a comparative study.

James Furness BPhty, Scott Johnstone PT, DPT, Wayne Hing PT, PhD, Allan
Abbott PT, PhD & Mike Climstein PhD (2015) Assessment of shoulder active range of motion in prone versus supine: a reliability and concurrent validity study, Physiotherapy Theory and Practice, 31:7, 489-495, DOI: 10.3109/09593985.2015.1027070

APPROVED CONTINUING EDUCATION PROVIDER: BOC, LAPT, NSCA, NASM, AFAA, ACSM, ACE

A certificate of completion is autogenerated upon course completion with a score of 70% or higher. Scores below 70% are eligible for re-testing. 

Course Rationale:

To provide a standardized, quantifiable process for conducting arthrokinematic and osteokinematic evaluations, and provide a method of quick, objective data collection and recording to reduce error, as well as monitor and quantify progress.

Clarkson, H. (2005). Joint motion and function assessment: A research-based practical guide. Philadelphia: Lippincott Williams & Wilkins.

Norkin, C. (2009). Measurement of Joint Motion a Guide to Goniometry (4th ed.). Philadelphia: F.A. Davis.

Reese, N., & Bandy, W. (2010). Joint range of motion and muscle length testing (2nd ed.). St. Louis, Mo.: Saunders/Elsevier.

Tomberlin JP, Eggart JS, Callister L., The use of standardized evaluation forms in physical therapy. J Orthop Sports Phys Ther. 1984;5(6):348-72.

Robert C. Manske and B.J. Lehecka, Evidence-based medicine/practice in sports physical therapy. Int J Sports Phys Ther. 2012 Oct; 7(5): 461–473.

100% SATISFACTION GUARANTEE

If you feel Kinesics courses did not enhance your professional knowledge and skill sets, allow you to increase your overall value, and obtain a competitive market advantage over other professionals in your field, we will gladly provide you a refund within 30 days of the purchase date. Refunds are issued after the completion of a course survey. The intent of the survey is to help Kinesics to improve future course content and delivery. 

TECHNOLOGY REQUIREMENTS

  • Screen Size: A minimum of 1024x600. That is the average size of a netbook.

  • Computer Speed and Processor: 1 GB of RAM, 2 GHz processor

  • Internet Speed: Minimum of 512kbps

  • Operating System: Windows XP SP3 and newer, Mac OSX 10.6 and newer, Linux chrome OS, iOS 5 and newer, and/or Android 2.3 and newer.

  • It is recommended that you install the Mobile Apps for iOS or Android devices

  • Web Browser: Canvas supports the last two versions of every browser (Internet Explorer, Chrome, Safari, Firefox) and Flash release

  • It is recommended that you update to the newest version of whatever browser you are using, as well as the most up-to-date Flash plug- in. JavaScript must be enabled in your browser.

  • Kinesics is not responsible for technical problems that participants may have with computers used to access their online programs.

 

READY TO GET STARTED? 

Clink the link below to access the KPEC Course Package (online course + HALO digital device)

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