Watch any of the three free previews of the Movement Links video library.
This library consists of 120+ videos of movement tests that are taught as a part of the Movement Links course series. These tests form the bulk of a systematic physical examination, to assist in clinical reasoning in determining the source and key contributing factors to the patient’s dysfunction. These videos are organized by position (stand, sit, supine, sidelying and prone) and demonstrate the ideal and non-ideal movements.
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Watch the free preview of Clare Frank's introduction to The Janda Approach to Musculoskeletal Pain Syndromes course. The remainder of the presentation, 1 hour in length, is available for $4.99. See below for details.
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Clare Frank talks with Phillip Snell about Dynamic Neuromuscular Stabilization (DNS)
A conversation with Dr Maiko Moratani of Nexus Motion
Dr. Shirley Sahrmann explains the importance of the movement system for the Physical Therapy profession.
With kind permission from Dr. Shirley Sahrmann & Washington University
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Podcast 1 features Clare Frank and Craig Liebenson interviewed by Joe Heiler.
CLICK HERE to download Clare Frank’s paper on Dynamic Neuromuscular Stabilization & Sports Rehabilitation published in the International Journal of Sports Physical Therapy.
CLICK HERE to download Clare Frank’s paper “Screening and Treating the Young Dancer: A Clinical Reasoning Process”
With kind permission from APTA Orthopedic Physical Therapy Practice magazine. VOL. 26, NO. 2 (2014)
The dancer’s impairments were listed as follows: There was inadequate ISSS and IAP regulation,…dominance of toe extensors over gastrocnemius and soleus;…
Correction: “toe extensors” should read “toe flexors”
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