Recurrent musculoskeletal pain or musculoskeletal dysfunction has a significant impact on health care, productivity, work, and quality of life.
The movement of our musculoskeletal system is controlled exclusively by the Central Nervous System (CNS), which plays the key role in the processing of information received from the body’s senses and together with the peripheral nervous system, control the kinetic behavior of an organism. It often displays the wrong patterns of movement, the wrong arthrokinetic function, thus displaying a human system without good kinetic control.
The key to managing kinetic dysfunction and kinetic control is the correct evaluation that involves determining the various musculoskeletal adjustments that our CNS has caused itself. This is achieved after a complete procedure of clinical concept, clinical observation, and clinical test conducted by the therapist to evaluate all the factors that affect proper kinetic function.
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