Selective Functional Movement Assessment - Advanced
2012-10-12, 2012-10- 13
Hotel De Witte Bergen, Eemnes, Rijksweg 2, 3755 MV, Eemnes, NED
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 |
Behnad Honarbakhsh |
* ATTENTION! Only for people who already attend to the SFMA Level 1 course.
** Due to private reasons, Gray Cook won't be able to attend the course. Our thoughts are with him and his family
Selective Functional Movement Assessment Level 2
'Analysis of Movement Dysfunction and Intervention'
Course instructors: Gray Cook and Kyle Kiesel
- Review of the Big Seven.
- Details of each Breakout (flowcharts)
- Is it a Mobility vs. Stability Problem?
- "Inner Core" function and dysfunction.
- Specific therapeutic exercise progressions and taping techniqueKey exercise instruction; Chop/Lift, Deadlift, segmental rolling, intro to kettlebell training for rehabilitation.
- Complete SFMA Level II Exam and become priority listed as "Level II" on SFMA website.
The course starts with an overview of the entire Functional Movement System. This will help the clinician’s understanding and application of the model to include the appropriate use of the Functional Movement Screen and Y-Balance Test for screening and return to sport purposes and the SFMA for patients with current musculoskeletal pain.
A substantial amount of time is devoted to individual assessment and treatment progressions, in case study formats, which serve to advance the clinician’s understanding of the entire Functional Movement Model.
Visitors from abroad:
The FMS seminars will be held in hotel “De Witte Bergen” in Eemnes, around 30 minutes from the airport Schiphol. The best option is to stay in this hotel also during the seminar. Via this link you can find more information about the rooms and make reservations. http://www.valk.com/pages/?ID=3471&propertyCode=WIT&i=5
From the airport “Amsterdam Schiphol” you can either take a taxi to the hotel, which is quite expensive, or you can go by train to Hilversum and take a taxi from Hilversum station to the hotel. The first option will take around 25 minutes and the second option will take around 50 minutes.
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