PKP - Red Flags in PKP
Course runs: 29 - 30 August 2019
PKP - Red Flags in PKP
By Dr. Bruce Dewe - International College of Professional Kinesiology Practice
This unit is about becoming a practised health professional who is a true member of an Integrated Health Team and not just ‘an alternative therapist’. Dr Dewe says that kinesiology practitioners must be aware of signs and symptoms that are beyond their scope of practice and they need to know enough about the process of medical diagnosis, even though they don’t treat diagnoses, to be able to refer clients appropriately before a medical emergency occurs’.
This model, the result of the Cartesian division, is very different from both the Energy Medicine understanding of the connection between the physiological and subconscious worlds and the participatory model of the Professional Kinesiopractor®️ protocol.
As you complete this unit you will extend your case history taking to include standard systematic questions and flow charts to determine when a problem is within the scope of your training and to know the difference between an unlocking muscle (as understood in the PKP system) and a muscle weakness that indicates that referral is necessary.
This is more than staying within the boundaries of safe clinical practice. Use Dr Dewe’s systematic questions and flow charts to refer clients facing a medical emergency. You will learn to clearly recognise ‘Red Flag’ situations and refer to medical or other specialist care and you will be able to implement a treatment plan and re-assess health and well-being status during and following kinesiology balancing processes. Normally only available to ICPKP students, this is a rare opportunity to learn from one of the fathers of Kinesiology - Dr Dewe.
Pott Shrigley, Cheshire
SK10 5SG (Click for Google Map)
Dr. Bruce Dewe
Professional Kinesiology Practice (PKP)
There are several levels of training, each one is assessed – not by written exam but by competency. It is important that you are a competent practitioner and can demonstrate that you know what you are doing, not that you are good at writing exams. Courses are taught in many countries through Faculty and Senior Faculty of the International College of Professional Kinesiology Practice (ICPKP). All have a teaching qualification.
ICPKP provides course material for up to five years of study in Professional Kinesiology Practice in the form of:
- International Certificate in Self-Care
- International Certificate in Kinesiology For Wellness
- International Certificate in Basic Kinesiology Principles
- International Certificate in Professional Kinesiology Practice
- International Diploma in Kinesiology - Professional Kinesiology Practice
- Vocational Graduate Diploma in Kinesiopractic®
This is a comprehensive, student-centred training available worldwide. The in-depth programme blends theoretical study and practical experience, enabling students of all ages and backgrounds to learn kinesiology and become highly skilled and sought-after practitioners.