Injury History, sex, and performance on the Functional Movement Screen and Y- Balance Test

Written by Kyle Barrow FMS Sunday, March 3, 2013 FMS

This article found that if subjects had an injury to the Elbow, Hip, Hand, shoulder or knee the lower the FMS composite score. The authors also emphasized that past injury and sex affected the overall FMS score.  


(Chimera, N., Smith, C., & Warren, M. (n.d.). Injury History, Sex, and Performance on the Functional Movement Screen and Y Balance Test. Journal of Athletic Training, 475-485.)

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