Help relieve your clients’ chronic pain with strategic movement




Chronic pain can be physically, mentally and emotionally crippling—and it’s not easy to remedy. People living with chronic pain suffer every day. Many turn to painkilling medications for short- term relief, but the pain never fully goes away—and the side effects are rarely worth it.


There is a better way: Movement


As a Pain-Free Movement Specialist, you’ll know how to help clients overcome the pain that has dominated their lives—in some cases—for years. 

Over six detailed modules, you will learn to help those in pain feel better, move better, and live more productive lives doing the things they enjoy!

Functional Anatomy & Biomechanics

The Sensory-Motor System

Coaching Necessities 

Pain Science & the Biopsychosocial Model 

Function First Approach to Movement Assessments 

Function First Approach to Programming Essentials


The Pain-Free Movement Specialist curriculum is the first of its kind. No other exercise-based program is designed specifically to prepare you to work with the client in pain using a biopsychosocial approach.




How do I become a Pain-Free Movement Specialist?

To become a Pain-Free Movement Specialist, you must complete all six modules and the corresponding quizzes. The total course time is approximately 12 hours, and includes videos, written content in downloadable PDFs, and a copy of Anthony Carey's eBook, The Pain-Free Program: A Proven Method to Relieve Back, Neck, Shoulder and Joint Pain.

Yes, the Pain-Free Movement Specialist includes CEC's

  • The National Academy of Sports Medicine (NASM) = 1.9 CEC's
  • The American Council on Exercise (ACE) = 1.2 CEC's
  • The American College of Sports Medicine (ACSM) = 12 CEU's




"The Pain Free Movement Specialist has been a foundation of my training philosophy for over 15 years. Anthony & Kevin have done a remarkable job in curating research combined with practical, hands-on techniques.

Anyone who works with clients or athletes in pain, or who is looking to improve their clients movement needs the PFMS in their library."


 KEN MILLER, M.A., NASM Educator & Master Instructor