Anatomy of Movement

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Welcome to our Anatomy of Movement Program.

The Anatomy of Movement Program consists of the following 12 individual courses:

  • Cervical Spine
  • Thoracic Spine
  • Lumbosacral Complex
  • Hip Joint
  • Knee Joint
  • Ankle Joint
  • Foot
  • Shoulder Girdle
  • Glenohumeral Joint
  • Elbow Joint
  • Wrist Joint
  • Hand

Each course may consist of the following lessons:

  • Joint Structure and Function
  • Muscle Structure and Function
  • Injury Management
  • Muscle Length Testing
  • Muscle Strength Testing
  • Functional Range of Motion
  • Propioceptive/Kinesiotaping

If a lesson does not contain content, click on the “Mark Complete” button to proceed.  Some protocols are not applicable to all muscles.  This can depend on joint configuration, muscle characteristics, and practicality.  Videos and content not found in the current version are not testable.

Upon completion of each lesson, you will be required to complete the corresponding exam.  Students are required to obtain 80% for all exams for each course.    Exams can be retaken at no additional charge.

Print off the Study Guide in order to help facilitate understanding and ease of completion.  As you go through each topic, fill in the study guide.  Once you reach the exam, you will be able to use the study guide to answer the questions.

STUDY GUIDE  Anatomy of Movement Study Guide

All 13 courses, including the Anatomy of Movement course, must be completed in order to be fully Anatomy of Movement accredited and to receive Continuing Education Credits from your respective organization.

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