Using Funtional Movement Systems

I utilize functional movement systems every day in my practice. It captures fundamental movements, motor control within movement patterns, and competence of basic movements uncomplicated by specific skills. It has determined the greatest area of movement deficiency, demonstrates limitation or asymmetries, and eventually correlates these with outcomes once you find the greatest asymmetry or deficiency, you can use measurements that are more precise if needed.

Contribution by:
Kyle Kiesel

Learn More about the Functional Movement Symposium with Northeast Seminars

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Owner/CEO of Northeast Seminars. We specialize in continuing education and certification in the physical therapy, sports med, and canine rehabilitation fields.
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