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Rehabilitation
& Training Courses

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Motus Education

We offer the most advanced, safe and highly effective continuing education courses pertaining directly to all practitioners of physical health and training. Designed to improve practices of: physical therapists, chiropractic physicians, osteopathic physicians, occupational therapists, PTAs, OTAs, massage therapists, athletic trainers, strength and conditioning coaches, personal trainers, Crossfit coaches, yoga instructors and more.

Courses will expound on both theories and hands-on learning experiences of modern applications in which to treat and improve musculoskeletal pain, disabilities and limitations to improve and facilitate higher quality movement and optimize health and performance.

We push our attendees to be better therapists and trainers. The highest level of skill, knowledge and professionalism is our goal and with some of the most illustrious experts in health and movement education, with the most brilliant minds and charismatic, influential and caring personalities in the industry, we are without a doubt able to do so.

Our instructors have many years of clinical experience and are considered to be experts and leaders in their prospective field.

Our Upcoming Courses

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February 9-11, 2024. After ‍the ‍DNS ‍Pediatric ‍1 ‍course, participants ‍should ‍be ‍able ‍to ‍assess ‍the ‍spontaneous ‍locomotor ‍function ‍of ‍a ‍child ‍and ‍distinguish ‍between ‍physiological ‍and ‍pathological ‍movement ‍patterns.

July 19th-21st, 2024. These DNS courses are based on neurophysiology, neuroanatomy, muscle physiology and kinesiology with an emphasis on diagnostics.

August 23 – 25th, 2024. This course is intended to gather an understanding of the developmental sequence, the concepts of joint centration, and the diaphragm’s role in stability as it pertains to sport and the specific demands of the baseball athlete.

November 15-17, 2024. Participants will learn an intro to  advanced assessment methods – the integrated stabilizing system, locomotor stereotypes, respiratory stereotype.

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