The Functional Movement Screen Is an Extremely Valuable Assessment Tool…
In many cases, the FMS will pinpoint issues that may not be identified in other standard evaluations.
The Functional Movement Screen will help identify…
- Functional deficits related to proprioceptive, mobility and stability limitations during training and sports performance
- If these risk factors are identified and addressed, then decreases in injuries and improved performance should follow
- The FMS is then used to re-screen for feedback every 4-6 weeks or when an improvement is seen in the priority movement pattern
- Re-screening provides valuable feedback into the effectiveness of the current program design and provides insight on how and when to move to higher level progressions or a new priority movement