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Movement Links course participants and instructors in Brea, CA.

seminar schedule

Course schedule
Introduction to the Functional Approach, Posture & Gait Analysis, Postural Stability, Lower Quarter Movement exam. Neuromuscular Facilitory & Inhibitory Techniques, Corrective & Reflexive Exercises, Movement Re-ed

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

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.

Target Audience: Physical Therapists and Physical Therapy Assistants

Participants will be required to view a 3-hour introductory video lecture and pass a quiz prior to attending the “live” courses.

Movement Links Course Series (Bay Area, CA)
Dates: Feb 3-4, Mar 2-3, Apr 20-21 and May 18-19, 2024
Location:   Stanford Health Care, Livermore, CA
Movement Links Course Series (Los Angeles, CA)
Dates: Feb 24-25, Mar 23-24, Apr 20-21 and May 18-19, 2024
Location:   Moti Physiotherapy, Los Angeles, CA
Movement Links Course Series (Atlanta, GA)
Dates: March 15-17, April 12-14, May 18-19, 2024
Location:   Mercer University, Atlanta, GA
Movement Links Certification Course
Dates: June 1-2, 2024
Location:   Pasadena, CA and Atlanta, GA
Prerequisite:   Completion of entire Movement Links series
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David oversees a student in muscle analysis.


Ernie emphasizing the keypoints of the side-bridge position.

“This course is a must-do for any physical therapist who wants to get a better handle as to what is going on with the person in front of them. The “Link” between posture, movement, and gait analysis to drive your physical exam makes for superior and efficient assessment, planning, and ultimately, superior results. All of my staff have either attended or will attend the Movement Links series because the training received results in a better patient experience and clinical outcome.”

Locatelli Rao, President
Pasadena Physical Therapy, Inc.


Nicole explains the finer details of scapular activation in the prone-on-elbows position.


Hyun explaining the finer points of an exercise.

Movement Links

Movement Links
Seminar Series

Target Audience: Limited to Physical Therapists and Physical Therapy Assistants. 5.6 CEUs (56 contact hours).

Click here for detailed course objectives and schedule.

“In the last 20 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


Tracey demonstrates cervical spine mechanics.


Jay facilitates hip lateral rotators of a participant performing the step lunge.

“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)


Clare provides tactile clues to promote spinal axial elongation.


Francisco demonstrates the “Bruegger” theraband wrap.