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Functional Movement Screen Normative Values and Validity in High School Athletes: Can the FMS be Used as a Predictor of Injury?
Written by Kyle Barrow Saturday, March 3, 2012 FMS
This article found the FMS cannot be solely used as a predictor of injury, but, indicated that shoulder mobility scores were significantly lower in high school athletes. This finding may support the regional interdependence model, in which “seemingly unrelated impairments in a remote anatomical region may contribute to, or be associated with, the patient's primary complaint".
(Bardenett, S., Micca, J., DeNoyelles, J., Miller, S., Jenk, D., & Brooks, G. (2015). Functional Movement Screen Normative Values and Validity in High School Athletes: Can the FMS Be Used As a Predictor of Injury ? IntJ Sports PhysTher, 10(3), 303-308.)