Functional Movement Techniques
Why functional movement techniques?
Functional Movement Techniques (FMT) is a methodology that focuses on restoring normal function by identifying and correcting movement deficiencies in the human body. This technique is based on research in anatomy, physiology, and motor control, making it an evidence-based approach. FMT identifies movement problems through specific tests that evaluate mobility, stability and motor control. Once identified, a treatment plan is then developed to improve these dysfunctions through targeted manual therapy techniques such as instrument-assisted soft tissue mobilization or kinesiology taping.
FMT has been successfully used to improve athletic performance and reduce the risk of injury in athletes. In addition, it has been effective in treating a variety of musculoskeletal conditions such as back pain and tendonitis. FMT provides uss with valuable tools to help you achieve optimal physical function and improve your quality of life.