Welcome to Therapeutic Movement Seminars, where we invite you to view movement, exercise and musculoskeletal injury in a whole new light. If a little something has been missing in your musculoskeletal practice, if you love the excitement of learning and trying out a new therapeutic tool or rehab philosophy or you are in need of continuing education hours this is your lucky day! We are a unique resource for exceptional continuing education services and products for health care professionals dealing with musculoskeletal injuries. As a pioneer in blending orthopedic motor control exercise with proprioceptive self-awareness training, manual therapy and patient ergonomic education, Therapeutic Movement Seminars stands at the forefront of an emerging exercise paradigm. Check out the Philosophy
page to learn more and find out who we are on the About Us
page. Register for our one day overview course, our five 2-day introductory courses covering Low Back/Hips, Legs/Knees/Feet, Neck/Thorax/Shoulder Girdles, Arms/Shoulders/Hands and Yoga/Tai Chi in the Courses
section. Check out our two year Certification Program. Go to Shopping
to peruse books, videos and CDs.
Register for these Upcoming Seminars:
Comprehensive Movement Training for the Orthopedic Practitioner (2014-2016) - Seattle/Puyallup, WA
Comprehensive Stabilization Strategies for the Low Back, Pelvis & Hips (16 CEUs)
Teaching Postural Control & Optimal Movement Skills
Optimal Movement Strategies for Seniors (16 CEUs)
Linking Functional Exercise and Dynamic Integration for Improved Outcomes
Comprehensive Movement Training for the Orthopedic Practitioner - Certified Orthopedic Movement Specialist (2014-2016 program)
Course is now closed to new registrants.
This training program, leading to certification as an Orthopedic Movement Specialist (OMS), is open to PT,
PTA, OT, COTA, ATC, DC, MD, DO & NDs who want to expand their knowledge concerning musculo-skeletal pain and dysfunction,
exercise prescription, ergonomics and body mechanics training, postural instruction and what constitutes well-organized movement.