Register for SFMA Virtual Course
Jun 25, 2020, US
The SFMA Level 1 Virtual Certification Course includes both a 4 hour online course, as well as a 7 hour virtual event, where the background, philosophy, evidence, and logic of the assessment model will be covered.
The SFMA provides an efficient method for systematically determining the cause of the patient’s pain, not just the source. The SFMA is a repeatable diagnostic metric which begins with 7 full-body movements, known as the "Top Tier," to determine where further assessment is needed. A common logic is applied to all patterns to break down the movement in a systematic way to reach a movement diagnosis of either mobility or stability/motor control dysfunction.
This virtual certification course will feature live lecture and demonstration with an SFMA instructor. Attendees will have the opportunity to interact with instructors and ask questions to ensure they are comfortable integrating the system into their clinical practice.
Following the virtual course, participants will gain access to the SFMA Level 1 Certification exam. Once the exam is passed, you will become certified in SFMA Level 1 and unlock a full year of the FMS Pro membership. Member benefits include the ability to audit a future SFMA Level 1 seminar for free, monthly members only content delivered to your inbox, the FMS Pro app with SFMA functionality, discounts on FMS online education, access to the members only exercise library and more.
Event Time: 10:00 am - 5:30 pm EST
(this will include 2 5-minute breaks and 1 30-minute break)
- A link to the virtual platform will be emailed to you 24 hours prior to the event which will include a password to enter.
This Virtual Certification is reserved for registered attendees and only those registered will be admitted to the group.
Registrations received after June 17th are not guaranteed arrival of hard copy manual prior to event start. International shipping addresses will also require additional shipping time and cannot be guaranteed to arrive prior to the event start.
This event will not be recorded and attendees must be present during the entire course duration.
- Course instruction and materials are in English.