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Why a movement screen is NOT an assessment

October 9, 2014


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  1. Darren Veira permalink
    October 9, 2014 2:38 pm

    Dr. Spina,

    The link takes me to the YouTube video for “why foam rolling is not…”. And I’m unable to access why a movement screen is not an assessment. I’m interested in this post, is there a proper link you can send please?


  2. Mike dellafave permalink
    October 13, 2014 11:15 pm

    Dr. Spina,
    I’m a college undergrad looking to treat people in this very manner as well as incorporate the information you provide in my training specifically the info in the Functional Range Conditioning system. Would it make sense for me to attend to one of your seminars, with only a college base of knowledge in anatomy, physiology, histology, biology and chemistry? And if not, where would you recommend I further my knowledge base to one, be able to attend one of your seminars and two to be able to begin incorporating your training methods into my own?

    • October 14, 2014 12:35 pm

      Hello Mike

      The Functional Range Conditioning seminars are open to any and all health/conditioning professionals. If you are a trainer, or studying to go into that field, Kinesiology, Physiology, Athletic Therapy, or any type of manual therapy, then you are able to attend. The FR seminars are only for those who are able to physically assess and/or treat patients


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