Combi: FMS (level 1) & SFMA - Certification
2012-08-31, 2012-09- 01, 2012-09- 02
31-08-2012: 8.00 am
01-09-2012: 7.45 am
02-09-2012: 7.45 am
31-08-2012: 8.30 am
01-09-2012: 8.00 am
02-09-2012: 8.00 am
31-08-2012: 5.00 pm
01-09-2012: 6.00 pm
02-09-2012: 5.30 pm
Scandic Asker, Askerveien 61, 1384, Asker, Norway
25 punten voor algemeen/sportfysiotherapie
Lecture and Practical (ensure comfortable clothing / sportswear)
Including syllabus. Lunch not included.
|Student price (fulltime)|
Only a few seats available
+31 (0)20 716 27 41
Terms and conditions
Dr. Kyle Kiesel |
* The combi means that you will follow both courses in the same weekend, for this we use a special combo price!
* New location near Oslo!
Functional Movement Screen (level 1)
This course is the product of years of research and innovation. The philosophy develops exercise programs based on individual movement patterns. It is equally effective in rehabilitation as well as conditioning because it targets the weak link.
The System is made up of:
Functional Movement Screen
Reactive Neuromuscular Training
Specifically, the Functional Movement Screen is a grading system created to assess and document functional movement patterns. By assessing these patterns, functional limitations and asymmetries are readily identified. Basic movement pattern limitations can reduce the effects of functional training and distort proprioception. The goal of this workshop is to introduce you and your staff to the benefits of utilizing this orthopedic screening process since functional movement patterns are the base for core training. At the heart of the system are the Functional Movement Screen score and the movement patterns, which are directly linked to the most beneficial corrective exercises to restore mechanically sound movement patterns.
Selective Functional Movement Assessment (level 1)
This workshop is designed for the musculoskeletal healthcare professional who routinely treat patients with orthopedic conditions. Its an Evidenced-Based clinical model to address regional interdepence.
The workshop will combine lecture, demonstration, and lab experience to introduce and demonstrate a model of movement assessment and subsequent therapeutic exercise choices that target dysfunctional movement patterns.
It is the goal of this workshop to outline a system to capture impaired patterns of posture and functional movement which will assist in the deductive process and determination of a functional diagnosis. To this end, functional assessment information and movements presently available will be used. But, the main objective is for the learner to understand the assessment system which provides an orderly and repeatable clinical process with respect functional movement assessment and intervention, and the effects fundamental movement has on provocation of the patientís main symptom.
Website Functional Movement Systems: http://functionalmovement.com/fms
From Oslo Central Station, take the train in the direction of Drammen, Kristiansand or Skien and get off at Asker station. Go over to the platform number 6 and follow signs towards exit "Bleikerveien". Go through the tunnel and follow the path down about 250 meters, then you'll have Scandic Asker on the right side.
From Oslo Central Station, follow the E18 in the direction of Drammen. After about 25 minutes take the exit marked Asker. You will see the Scandic Asker hotel on your right-hand side.
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