Activating Notifications

In the upper menu, go to the Notifications tab, then click on the Activate New Notification button found here.

There are two main notification types based on destination: Admin and Student notifications. You can also decide if a notification affects all of the courses or just a specific one.

When typing your subject and message, make sure to use the shortcodes found on the right hand side of the page.

Additional settings can be found by navigating to the General Options -> Notifications tab.

You can also activate the option for Pushover Notifications by going to the Magic Feature tab and setting this feature up. Afterwards when creating or editing a notification a new section called Pushover Notifications will appear.

Payment Services

You can find a list of all the payment services by going in the upper menu and clicking on the Payment Services tab. Here you can click on which box you want to set up.

If a certain payment is grayed out it means that you must first navigate to the Extensions tab and activate the Payment Integration module from there.

Each payment type requires different settings in order for it to work.

Special Settings – Intro

These are very important settings which bring a new level of customization to: Questions, Quizzes, Lessons and Courses.

You can access these settings by hovering over an existing item and clicking on Special Settings or when creating / editing one of the above items, at the top of the page and / or on the right hand side menu you have the Special Settings buttons.

They are different for each item, to learn more either access their respective pages or head over to the knowledge base and read about them there.

Creating a Course

A course is a collection of lessons and quizzes, a quiz is a collection of questions. Before making a course make sure you have everything else created to make things easier for yourself.

In the upper menu, go to the Courses tab, then click on the Add new Course button found here.

In the upper portion of the page you have a menu with useful links to help you customize your course, for example the Special Settings button.

After adding content in the first area, you can scroll to the Course Sections, by clicking the + sign, you create a new section. Enter a name for it and add courses or quizzes to it.

When adding elements to a section you can search for them, press +Add all to add the whole list, for a single element you can click the + button, double click or drag and drop to the left.

Setting up a Quiz

In the upper menu, go to the Quizzes tab, then click on the Add new Quiz button found here.

You can add content in the first section, or skip to the Quiz Questions section where you can add existing questions to your quiz. You can click on the + icon, drag and drop and search for specific questions.

When you are done editing, simply click on the Publish button found on the right hand side menu.

You can also access the Special Settings page where you have some useful options you can further tweak. We will cover this section later in the course.

Creating a Question

In the upper menu, go to the Questions tab, then click on the Add new Question button found here. You can type your message here, then you have the option to select which Type of Question it is, you can select one from the drop-down menu.

Example: If  you select the type to be Multi Choice, then you can add as many answers as you want by clicking Add new Option, then at the bottom you can add the correct answer.

When you are done editing, simply click on the Publish button found on the right hand side menu.

You can also access the Special Settings page where you can edit how many Quiz Points the question is worth, add a Hint Message and a Question Explanation. When creating or editing a Question, on the right hand side menu you have the Special Settings button. We will cover this section later in the course.

Introduction

Introduction


Module 1 – KAMS Credits

The KAMS Functional Movement Screen is based on the teachings and lectures from many of the most respected leaders in the “functional paradigm” world.  Although these leaders are not directly involved with Kinetisense or KAMS, their research and teachings have been influential in its development. KAMS is a robust movement assessment system that analyzes 3-Dimensional human movement and provides immediate analytical output.

KAMS is developed on a platform that combines evidence-based findings with the approaches of leaders in the movement field such as:

Charlie Weingroff

Dr. Craig Liebenson

Dr. Stuart McGill

Gray Cook

Dr. Vladimir Janda

Dr. Karl Lewitt

Mike Boyle

Thomas Meyers

Mark Verstegen

Daniel Crumback

The KAMS functional movement assessment platform and its education are ever-changing, ever-progressing with the integration of the newest research, ideologies, and teachings in movement and its assessment.

Module 2 – A New Paradigm in Functional Movement

The Kinetisense “KAMS” Functional Assessment provides:

Efficient Analysis of Patients / Clients

Unlike other visual-based symptoms that analyze functional movement from a joint by joint perspective, KAMS allows for the practitioner/trainer to analyze the patient/client efficiently and objectively. KAMS rapidly analyzes dynamic, multisegmental joint movement, allowing for more time to treat and train.

Objective Data Analysis in Movement Assessment

The functional movement data of over 25 joints in 3 planes of motion, 12 assessments are captured in 3-minutes.

Multi-planar joint assessment.

Multi-joint analysis throughout complex movement patterns.

Functional scoring of each respective movement assessment with insight into the region of the body that is compensating.

The KAMS system incorporates infrared, sonar-like and high definition camera technology to acquire accurate joint and joint axis data.

3-plane (sagittal, frontal, transverse plane) data capture with a single front-facing 3-D motion camera.

Machine learning and proprietary algorithm integration analyze trends in movement dysfunction and compensation over the course of the KAMS movement screen.

Increased inter and intra-examiner reliability due to the objectivity in the assessment.

KAMS provides valuable insight into functional abilities, the power of the athlete, vestibular function, and susceptibility to injury.

Actively Engages the Patient / Client

The Real-time movement capture of KAMS engages the patient/client in the process of the functional movement assessment.

The detailed KAMS reporting provides an educational tool that allows the practitioner/trainer to actively engage the patient/client and provide valuable insight into their movement dysfunctions and the respective corrective strategies.

Insight into training protocols based on assessment dysfunctions

Customized treatment/training programs are easily created based on assessment findings and overall functional scoring.

KAMS provides Goal-oriented functional rehabilitation/training with an established functional audit.