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Movement: Functional Movement Systems: Screening, Assessment, and Corrective Strategies

  title={Movement: Functional Movement Systems: Screening, Assessment, and Corrective Strategies},
  author={Gray Cook and Lee Burton and Jon C. Torine},
Chapter 1--Introduction to Screening and Assessment Chapter 2--Anatomical Science versus Functional Science Chapter 3--Understanding Movement Chapter 4--Movement Screening Chapter 5--Functional Movement Systems and Movement Patterns Chapter 6--Functional Movement Screen Descriptions Chapter 7--SFMA Introduction and Top-Tier Tests Chapter 8--SFMA Assessment Breakout Descriptions and Flowcharts Chapter 9--Analyzing the Movements in Screens and Assessments Chapter 10--Understanding Corrective… 

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