he ability to assess for uncontrolled movement (UCM) and to retrain the control of movement is an essential skill for all clinicians involved in the management of musculoskeletal pain, rehabilitation, injury prevention, and those working in health promotion, sport and occupational environments.
develop clinical skills in the assessment and retraining of the control movement
use cognitive movement control tests to identify UCM
identify UCM to guide an individualised clinical management approach
access a large range of movement retraining strategies
develop an assessment framework, based on four key factors, to evaluate the ‘site, direction and threshold®’ of UCM and pain-sensitive tissues, and to consider the influence of pain mechanisms and contextual factors
use a clinical reasoning framework to prioritise clinical decision-making.