Functional Movement

Why have my athlete screened?

As growing athletes & the stringent requirements placed on their bodies to achieve their goals, it is very common to develop muscle imbalances and poor movement patterns which hinder optimal performance and lead to injury.

How often should screening be done?

For Elite level athletes, it is recommended to be screened every 6-8 weeks, per Dr. Bill Sands USA Olympic Training Center Rehabilitation Specialist.

I have found for athletes below elite level, quarterly screening (every 3 months) seems to be sufficient to address the deficits found, to catch new deficits as they arise with progression in level, skill difficulty, intensity of training, duration of training, and growth spurts. Screening as recommended allows the athlete time to work on their corrective program and addresses unseen deficits before they lead to injury.

Available Screening Options

FMS 30mins $60
Performance Screen 60mins $100

Everyone has unique movement imbalances and limitations that can lead to Pain and injury. The Functional Movement Screen reveals your weaknesses so you can begin strengthening them, working out in a gentle but highly targeted and effective way. Based on your screen, your FMS Expert develops a customized plan of corrective exercises that meets your needs, continually tracking and updating your plan as you progress. The FMS has been shown to reduce both risk factors for injuries and costs associated with injuries when they happen.

  1. Tests seven basic movement patterns
  2. Identifies weaknesses & asymmetries that increase chances of injury
  3. Provides FMS experts with information they need to customize workouts that strength you
  4. Tracks your progress, &
  5. Gets you moving right!

The Functional Movement Screen is used throughout the world in every major sport and by more than 50 U.S. pro and college teams — just to name a few. There are also the Super Bowl-winning New York Giants, the Indianapolis Colts, the Cleveland Indians…

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P10 Performance Screen

The human body’s operation is unlike any other system; muscle imbalances are difficult to recognize secondary to the bodies great abilities to progress itself through the desired movement. This new movement the body takes on is done through compensation that may not be visible to the untrained eye. These compensations eventually leads to pain which further leads to injury because the body is malfunctioning away from an optimal working environment. For this reason, a performance screen is needed to catch the unseen compensations before pain and injury occur. The performance screen assess:

  1. Detailed full body head-to-toe range of motion, strength and flexibility assessment
  2. Tests all movement patterns
  3. Biomechanics analysis of skill specific upper & lower body loading requirements
  4. Reveals unseen limitations
  5. Tracks progress
  6. Guides individualized client specific corrective exercise program

Achieve the perfect performance & improve your score!