PT - Treatment Certifications
Through dynamic neuromuscular stabilization dysfunction is treated by utilizing developmental postures, positions, and patterns established during growth. Because the patterns are innate during human maturity the body is able to recognize normality and seeks to improve naturally.
Functional range systems, which includes, Functional Range Assessment, Functional Range Conditioning, and Functional Range Release, is a complete system that was born from evidenced based information. Using current best practices, functional anatomy is able to address all limitations and progress human function at all level of performance.
MAPS is the leader in physical therapy manual techniques. Largely believed to be the industry standard for hands on treatment for physical therapy orthopedic conditions, MAPS utilize a systematic approach to treating soft tissue and joint dysfunction.
FMS is made up of Function Movement Screening, Selected Functional Movement Assessment (SFMA), and Functional Capacity Screen (FCS). Humans move in patterns of motions, not just moving individual parts. As such, FMS seeks to assess functional patterns of movement to define ability and dysfunction. Once defined, the systems provide exercises and processes of treatment to maximize human potential.