Campus Physical Therapy Center

Kinetic Activities

Use of dynamic activities to improve functional performance. Considered medically necessary when there are major impairments or disabilities which preclude the individual performing the activities and exercises that are ordinarily prescribed. In kinetic therapy, considerable time is spent developing specific, individualized therapeutic exercises and instructing the patient in how to perform them. The term kinetic therapy is not intended to apply to instructions in routine exercises.

Campus Physical Therapy Center


International Journal Sports Physical Therapy

Northamerican Journal Sports Physical Therapy


A Kinetic Chain Approach for Shoulder Rehabilitation Journal of Athletic Training 2000:35(3):329-337

An Update for the Conservative Management of Patellofemoral Pain Syndrome: A systematic Review of the literature from 2000 to 2010

Shoulder Muscle Imbalance and Subacromial Impingement syndrome in Overhead Athletes.

Alternative Pop-Up for Surfers with Low Back Pain

The Effects of Open versus Closed Kinetic Chain Exercises on Patients with ACL Deficient or Reconstructed Knees: A Systematic Review


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