Become a proKinetics provider

Prokinetics, Feet and Posture

It’s easy to become a ProKinetics provider and adopt this offering into your practice to help it grow and achieve better health outcomes for your patients. The Integrated Postural Neurology courses offered by Proprioception Australia have been developed to help practitioners understand and learn the connection between Ascending and Descending patterns and how they can impact on one’s overall posture and health.

You can register your interest in becoming a ProKinetics Provider through the contact form and view course dates and details or book in via our course calendar 

If you're ready to make the leap and add this dynamic and exciting product to your practice, just follow the three steps below:

Steps to becoming a Prokinetics Provider

Step 1:

Be a qualified practitioner in one of the following professions:

  • Medical
  • Dental
  • Manual - Osteopath, Chiropractor, Physiotherapist,
  • Myotherapist, Massage Therapist

Step 2:

Complete the IPNP Foundation Course on Ascending Patterns which allows you to become a recognised ProKinetics provider. IPNP Foundation is a two day or online course which includes assessment and fitting of the ProKinetics insoles, there is also an extension day on treatment of the lower limb using various manual procedures. Completion of IPNP Advanced is not compulsory for becoming a ProKinetics provider, but is recommended as it provides in-depth information and analysis on Descending postural influences from the dental and cranial paradigm. IPNP Advanced is a one day course. For osteopaths and those interested in the crania-dental paradigm, our sister business Northpoint Osteopathy, offers a range of advanced courses specialising in the Cranial Field, Heart and Lung and Lumbo-Pelvic Girdle. For more information please see: www.northpointosteopathy.com.au 

Step 3:

Register as a provider on our website and gain access to the provider section where you can view your courses, order Prokinetics, participate in the forum, ask questions and read and watch George's clinical blog. 

An Important Message on ProKinetics Use

ProKinetics must be fitted by a trained healthcare practitioner, referred to as a ProKinetics Provider, in order to ensure you receive proper assessment, fitting, advice on how to use them and ongoing support. For this reason, ProKinetics are not provided direct to the public. Fitting by a ProKinetics Provider also entitles you to a 30-day money back guarantee.