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Movement Links
Seminar Series


61 CCUs (Continuing competence units) approved by ProCert, a program of FSBPT


Tracey demonstrating
cervical spine mechanics

This 4-weekend seminar series is designed to provide a deeper understanding of the movement and neuro­muscular approaches in the evaluation and manage­ment of musculoskeletal pain syndromes. Functional regional interdependence between the muscular, os­teoarticular and central nervous system in the regula­tion of movement will be a focus of discussion and practice.

Participants will be trained to perform a systematic evaluation of pos­ture, muscle length, muscle performance and movement patterns to draw relationships between impairments and contributing factors re­sponsible for creating the dysfunction. Clinical reasoning of the eval­uation and management process and its integration with manual orthopedic procedures will be discussed along with extensive hands-on practice and feedback. Additionally, participants will be shown how to analyze complex movements and skills by breaking its component parts down to functional synergies and impairments.

Upon completion of this entire series, participants will have the option to become certified clinicians after a formal testing process.

Target Audience: Limited to Physical Therapists, Physical Therapy Assistants.

Course Objectives: CLICK HERE

Course schedule


Weekend # 1 - Posture & Gait Analysis, Postural Stability,
Lower Quarter Movement exam
Weekend # 2 - Neuromuscular Facilitory & Inhibitory Techniques,
Corrective & Reflexive Exercises, Movement Re-ed


Weekend #3 - Upper Quarter Movement Exam, Neuromuscular Facilitory & Inhibitory Techniques, Corrective & Reflexive Exercises, Movement Re-ed


Weekend # 4 - Movement analysis based on integration of both upper & lower quarters. Analysis of complex movements and skills and breaking its component parts down to functional synergies, planar movements and impairments.


Atlanta, GA
Dates: July 27– 29, Aug. 24 –26, Oct. 20 – 21, 2018
Location:   Motion Stability, Atlanta, GA
Tigard, OR
Dates: Sept. 8 - 9, Oct. 6 - 7, Nov. 10 - 11, Dec. 8 - 9, 2018
Location:   Whole Body Health Physical Therapy, Tigard, OR 
New York, NY
Dates: Sept. 8 - 9, Oct. 13 - 14, Nov. 3 - 4, Dec. 8 - 9, 2018
Location:   Neurological Institute, New York, NY
Newport Beach, CA
Dates: Sept. 15 - 16, Oct. 13 - 14, Nov. 10 - 11, Dec. 1 - 2, 2018
Location:   Movement F1rst Sports Rehab & Performance, Newport Beach, CA
Movement Links Certification Course (Los Angeles, CA)
Dates: Oct. 6 - 7, 2018 or Oct. 5 - 6, 2019
Location:   Azusa Pacific University, CA
Prerequisite:   Completion of entire Movement Links series

David works with a class participant in Los Angeles

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“In the last 10 years of my career as a professor and clinician, no continuing education course has more profoundly affected the way I teach and treat than the Movement Links series. As a renowned leader in the field of movement science, Dr. Clare Frank and her team bring a ‘down to earth-use it to­morrow’ approach to optimizing human function.

This course series will bring new life to your career, new hope to your patients, and a new way of think­ing about human movement rehabilitation.”

Michael Wong, DPT, OCS, FAAOMPT
Associate Professor, Azusa Pacific University
Owner, Physio U app


Kelly demonstrating a scapular
facilitation at a seminar in Carlsbad

“The Movement Links series improves your skills in evaluating movement and training visual acuity and clinical skills to appropriately diagnose the problem. I have personally benefited from participating in this classes and highly recommend this series to both the entry level and experienced physical therapist.”

Andrew Morcos, DPT, OCS, FAAOMPT
Owner, Motus Specialists,
University of Southern California - Athletic Medicine (2010 -15)


Francisco discussing the finer details of a test

“The course series has helped me tremendously in my evaluation process and prioritizing treat­ment. As a result of going through this series, I now feel my evaluation is missing something and I don’t get the full picture without doing the movement / func­tional exam. It has also helped in linking the source and cause of a patient presen­tation, as well as changing movement and pos­tural behaviors as treatment.”

Robin Hamilton, class participant
Movement Links series


Jessica cueing for proper respiration and abdominal bracing


Nicole providing pointers on the finer details of flexor muscle length test


Jay facilitating hip lateral rotators of a participant performing the step lunge