» Introduction to the Modified FMS

Published on 2/27/2017 by Lee Burton in FMS Screening

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The Functional Movement Screen (FMS) has delivered a better perspective on human movement for almost 20 years.  However, some circumstances indicate the FMS may not be appropriate for all populations.  We recognize the practical need for a screen that provides necessary feedback and information, yet is suitable for individuals who may not be ready for some of the movements due to physical limitations.  Those populations include the elderly, rehab patients or those transitioning from a sedentary lifestyle.

After studying vasts amounts of data and reviewing feedback from professionals, we have taken all of this information to develop a Modified FMS. 

The Modified FMS gives professionals the option to gauge movement ability in individuals who may warrant a less demanding movement screen.   However, we always recommend a full FMS for a comprehensive look at your client's movement patterns.  

 

 

 

Access the Modified FMS:

Already joined the movement with FMS Level 1?

We have added the Modified FMS to the FMS Level 1 Online Course as an appendix. All active certified members who have previously attended a live Level 1 course have access to the Online Course. If you have already purchased the FMS Level 1 Online course, the Modified FMS appendix is ready for your review. Simply navigate to My Courses and click View Course.  

New to FMS?

  • To learn more about The System, including how to become FMS certified, click here.
  • To learn more about the FMS Online course, click here
  • To find an FMS course near you, click here.

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