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Pre-participation screening: the use of fundamental movements as an assessment of function - part 1.
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To prepare an athlete for the wide variety of activities needed to participate in their sport, the analysis of fundamental movements should be incorporated into pre-participation screening in order to determine who possesses, or lacks, the ability to perform certain essential movements. Expand
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Pre-participation screening: the use of fundamental movements as an assessment of function - part 2.
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This series provides a brief review of the analysis of fundamental movement as an assessment of function during pre-participation screening. Expand
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Movement: Functional Movement Systems: Screening, Assessment, and Corrective Strategies
Chapter 1--Introduction to Screening and Assessment Chapter 2--Anatomical Science versus Functional Science Chapter 3--Understanding Movement Chapter 4--Movement Screening Chapter 5--FunctionalExpand
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Functional movement screening: the use of fundamental movements as an assessment of function - part 1.
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The Functional Movement Screen (FMS™) is an attempt to capture movement pattern quality, and screen for movement competency in uninjured individuals. Expand
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Functional movement screening: the use of fundamental movements as an assessment of function-part 2.
UNLABELLED Part 1 of this two-part series (presented in the June issue of IJSPT) provided an introduction to functional movement screening, as well as the history, background, and a summary of theExpand
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Athletic Body in Balance
Part I. Athletic Movement Chapter 1. Mind and Movement Chapter 2. Identifying Weak Links Chapter 3. Analyzing Movement Chapter 4. Developing Resistance to Injury Part II. Mobility and StabilityExpand
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Clinical Application of Closed Kinetic Chain Exercise
Enhancing the ability to function within one's environment and to perform activities of daily living is a common goal in rehabilitation. The entire rehabilitation process should be focused onExpand
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The chop and lift reconsidered: integrating neuromuscular principles into orthopedic and sports rehabilitation.
The upper extremity bilateral PNF patterns, better known as the "chop and lift" are well known to physical therapists. These patterns which utilize spiral and diagonal motions of the upper extremityExpand
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Using rolling to develop neuromuscular control and coordination of the core and extremities of athletes.
Rolling is a movement pattern seldom used by physical therapists for assessment and intervention with adult clientele with normal neurologic function. Rolling, as an adult motor skill, combines theExpand
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