Hi,
I'm a practicing orthopedic massage therapist with an interest in helping people return to activity without pain. I think that having a greater understanding of biomechanics could help me to help my clients to better outcomes. I don't know where to find a biomechanics education directed at a clinical practice. I don't really know much about the field of biomechanics in general. I have looked at the academic courses and I see that its fairly broad and there are a lot of directions one could go.

Is there some kind of professional or academic course I could take that would be specifically targeted toward giving me a greater understanding of human movement? It would be a plus if it were oriented toward the correction of pathology, but even having a clearer understanding of optimal movement for our design would be a great help.