FMS News Feed725 Your Athletes Really Ready to Return to Play?The decision on when to return to play is highly influential toward future injury risk. In this presentation from the first annual International Sports Physical Therapy Congress, Dr. Mike Voight discusses how a Functional Movement Screen is a necessary step in safely returning athletes to the field at their highest level of function. 2016-05-24T00:00:00Z720 Your FoundationThink you have tight hammies? Think again. See, the issue might not be with your hamstrings, your glutes, or your back. It could be your feet.2016-05-12T00:00:00Z719 Kiesel - Dance Medicine LecturePresentation by Kyle Kiesel, PT, PhD for Clinical Expertise and Evidence in Dance Medicine.2016-04-29T00:00:00Z668 Movement Screen in Referenced Journal Articles This page contains Functional Movement Screen research that has been published in journal articles. New research shall be added weekly. 2016-04-18T00:00:00Z715 Cook - AAOM 2016Gray Cook Presentation - AAOM 20162016-04-05T00:00:00Z710 Cook on The Movement Fix PodcastGray Cook joins FMS/SFMA Certified chiropractor Dr. Ryan DeBell to discuss how Gray launched his career, started the FMS, athlete management and the upcoming Functional Capacity Screen, plus much more.2016-03-31T00:00:00Z712 the Difference Between Low and High Threshold StrategiesFMS / SFMA Certified PT Aaron Swanson discusses why understanding the difference between low and high threshold strategies is an important part of rehab and training. If a patient is using the wrong strategy for the task they will not only be inefficient, but they can make the injury worse and cause more harm.2016-03-24T00:00:00Z709 the FMS to Manage the Injury Risk of 19,000 First RespondersImplementing a comprehensive physical training program for 19,000 police officers can be a daunting task. Mick Stierli, the Physical Training Instructor's Coordinator for the New South Wales police force based in Sydney, talked to Lee Burton about how he used the FMS to manage movement data and minimize risk of injury for their tactical work force.2016-03-17T00:00:00Z667 Announcement: New FMS Level 2 CourseFunctional Movement Systems is excited to announce the release of our new FMS Level 2 course. 2016-03-10T00:00:00Z666 for Young ProfessionalsHow Gray got started, the importance of feedback loops, and the future of Functional Movement Systems.2016-02-10T00:00:00Z665 Plus: Rethinking Diet and ExerciseI often parallel nutrition and exercise: I believe that the evolution and development of modern exercise mirrors that of nutrition, except that exercise is always about 15 years behind.2016-02-02T00:00:00Z662 Online CourseThe Y Balance Test Online Course teaches thoroughly the researched, yet easy way to quantify a person’s motor control and demonstrate functional symmetry.2016-01-19T00:00:00Z661 Plan Information Functional Movement Systems now offers monthly payment plan options for our course registration fees.2015-12-30T00:00:00Z658's_perspective_fms_sfma_and_tpiA Strength Coach's Perspective: FMS, SFMA, and TPIWhen is it appropriate to use the SFMA, FMS and when do I know when it’s time to take my client through the TPI Level 1 Screen? This article will walk you through how I use these screening and assessment tools and how they have helped me be a better fitness professional. 2015-12-21T00:00:00Z655 PrinciplesThere are common truths and principles that should be the building blocks of any philosophy, program or system that considers physical development or rehabilitation. See if you agree with me on these statements...I believe strongly in them.2015-12-10T00:00:00Z649 Relationship Between the FMS and Injury RiskWhat does the research tell us?2015-12-09T00:00:00Z651 is Evidence-Based Practice and Why Is It Important?Evidence-Based Medicine (EBM) was first introduced by Dr. Gordon Guyatt of McMaster University in Canada to the publishing world when it appeared in the Journal of the American Medical Association in 1992. In the subsequent years numerous publications were released that better defined what EBM (or “EBP” for “Evidence-Based Practice”) was all about.2015-12-09T00:00:00Z652 Value of Self-Limiting ExerciseIn your book, “Movement,” you describe self-limiting exercise and how this form of training does not allow us to mask our weakness or inadequacy. How can we imbue this form of mastery to patients and athletes in today’s fitness and sports culture?2015-12-03T00:00:00Z654 does therapy end and conditioning begin?Where does physical therapy end and strength-and-conditioning take over in terms of return-to-sport rehab?2015-12-03T00:00:00Z647 mastery is an art. It is just as much about knowing what not to do as it is about knowing what to do.2015-11-18T00:00:00Z