The Pelvic Displacement Syndrome Certified Professional training program

Our two day certification program is unique with content that is extremely beneficial across all medical professions such as chiropractic, physical therapy, Osteopathy, MD, Orthopedics, surgery, nursing, and personal training. The PDS Certified Professional training program teaches you how to quickly identify and correct structural issues that are at the root cause of much of today’s injury and pain.

The PDS Certified Professional training program is simple and easy to understand without all of the complex language, equipment, and philosophy that make other training systems so hard to use. The techniques you’ll learn at the PDS Certified Professional training program will likely become the most valuable and most effective tools that you have in your arsenal.

Why PDS Certified Professional training program?

Pelvic alignment matters: Pelvic alignment is essential in reducing injury and creating sustainable peak performance at the highest levels possible.
The PDS Certified Professional training program: A consistent baseline for evaluating the root cause of client’s pain and injury with steps for prevention and recovery.
Common Language: We have removed complex terms using language that enables both the client and the professional to implement our program with no learning curve.
PCP Certified Network: Build your referral network and business as athletes and the public become aware of your unique ability to correct structural issues and prevent injury.


The PDS Certified Professional training program teaches the identification of structural issues related to PDS and insufficient modern movement patterns. With the identification of structural issues related to PDS the focus turns to neuromuscular disconnections related to individual structural issues. Since the human body is a complex organism that operates as a whole system, the ultimate objective turns to changing movement patterns and/or adding supplemental corrective movement patterns.
The PCP training program begins with an in depth discussion of how movement patterns have changed, what the effect has been and how to regain neuromuscular connection. This discussion leads to neuromuscular disconnection/connection and its effect on the distribution of force through the skeletal muscular structure. The seminar gives a historical perspective of the decline of real human movement leading to inefficient and sometimes incorrect supplemental movements disseminated through our modern medical and fitness industries.

The PDS Certified Professional training program then begins to explain the identification and testing of structural issues related to PDS. At this stage, the course becomes interactive with live identification of PDS and its effects on the human body. While identifying PDS the instructor will address common mistakes, identification tips and visual as well as physical clues that identify PDS. Using students as examples, the instructor details structural, muscular and neuromuscular issues that will be the basis for future supplemental and corrective exercises.

The identification of related structural, muscular and neuromuscular issues continues in-depth creating easy to identify patterns of structural pain, structural deficiencies and visual cues. The seminar ends with students becoming fully interactive practicing the identification of unique structural issues on each other under the supervision of the seminar instructor. This is followed by an interactive test on fellow students to identify structural, muscular and neuromuscular patterns.
The seminar concludes with instructions on how to complete the self-guided at-home case studies which are your final exam. Upon completion of the final exam you will be classified as a Pelvic Displacement Certified Professional (PCP) You will then have access to the members only portion of the website with upcoming podcasts, articles and Find a Certified Member Registry, etc. Access to these is free for a full year after certification.


• Learn how modern human’s poor movement patterns contribute to pain injury and PDS.
• Interpret common muscular, structural and neuromuscular behaviors related to PDS.
• Learn how to identify and reverse Pelvic Displacement Syndrome.
• Assign corrective exercises and movement patterns based on individual needs.