An instructor-led critical evaluation of the research and functional anatomy underlying the corresponding philosophies of spinal and peripheral stabilization, motor control strategies for rehabilitation, and maximizing function. Laboratory is 90% of Direct Contact Hours with interventions are based upon Evidence-Based Practice (EBP), physiology and current concepts in motor control and functional rehabilitation. Focus is on the evaluation of the patient/client’s presentation and choosing the most effective and efficient specific exercise regime to ensure graduated and specific muscle facilitation, retraining, strengthening, and endurance using real patient scenarios and specific diagnoses