FMT Movement Specialist - San Jose, CA - November 9-10

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FMT Movement Assessment Course and FMT Advanced Movement Assessment course (required)

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There is no ‘one size fits all’ to human movement, rather there are many ‘human shapes’ that can accomplish the same movement goals. More important than stereotypic standards and measurements to ‘ideal’ movements we can provide a more COMPLETE strategy to movement screening by looking at the complete person, their environment and their unique ‘parts’.

The “FMT Movement Specialist” Certification is a 2-part certification course comprised of a 6-hr FMT Movement Assessment Course and a 6-hr FMT Advanced Movement Assessment Course. The “FMT Movement Specialist” Certification will provide attendees an integrated strategy for movement assessment, correction and programming. This course addresses multiple considerations that affect our ability to move including the psychological, neurological, motor, connective tissue systems, environment and personalities of our patients and clients. Movement efficiency and variability will be emphasized as key components to assessment and programming goals.

Human movement involves the interplay between the person and their environment alongside the person and their ‘parts’ being able to meet their movement goals. The FMT Movement Specialist course will emphasize goal oriented movement assessments with an emphasis away from stereotypic standard movement screening practices.This course will introduce a new paradigm for understanding and enhancing how our patients and clients move using three systems of human movement; neurological (mapping), core control (midline) and mechanical (motor) systems.

A variety of interventional tools (mobility balls, exercise bands, foam rollers, compression flossing bands, kinesiology tape, agility and conditioning equipment) will be used to tackle an evidence-informed, brain-based approach to movement and functional rehabilitation programming. The use of digital motion analysis technology will be presented to demonstrate how health and fitness professionals can be more objective when assessing human movement.
The FMT Movement Assessment Course is designed to help health and fitness professionals learn safe, simple, and effective tactics to assess ‘conscious’ movement. Attendees will learn multiple assessments along with intervention strategies of the fundamental movement of squatting.

The FMT Advanced Movement Assessment Course is designed to help health and fitness professionals learn safe, simple, and effective tactics to assess and address ‘unconscious’ movement. Attendees will learn multiple assessments alongside multiple interventional strategies to influence the movements of walking and breathing.

This course is intended for health and fitness professionals. Functional Movement Techniques (FMT) Certification courses are led by industry leading experts in movement assessment and therapy.
Included with the registration fee, each attendee will receive a foam roller, mobility ball, roll of kinesiology tape, scissors, compression band floss, and therapeutic exercise band.

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  • Saturday November 9, 2019 8AM-3PM
  • Sunday November 10, 2019 8AM-3PM

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49ers Fit

1600 Saratoga Avenue 

Suite 505

San Jose, CA 95129

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Ethan Kreiswirth, PhD, ATC

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  • FMT Movement Assessment Course - $300 Saturday
  • FMT Advanced Movement Assessment Course - $300 Sunday
  • FMT Movement Assessment Course and FMT Advanced Movement Assessment course - $550 Saturday and Sunday ($50 discount for taking both days). 
  • Early Bird Discount - use code "EBMSCA2019" at checkout for 10% off until October 9, 2019.
  • 50% Student Discount - discount is available for current full-time students. Email a copy of your current student ID (must show a year) or class registration to student@rocktape.com

25% fee for registration cancellations made less than 2 weeks before scheduled class date.

Training may be canceled if a minimum number of trainees is not reached two weeks prior to training. All registrants will receive a full refund or immediate transfer to a future training.

We do everything possible to ensure our events will go on as planned, but Mother Nature can choose to not cooperate. If it looks like a class will have to be cancelled, we will do our very best to contact you and give you as much notice as possible. With that said, please make your travel plans accordingly, knowing that we are not responsible for acts of God and cannot refund travel expenses related to cancelled/rescheduled seminars.

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FMT Movement Specialist Part 1- FMT Movement Assessment Course: 

  • PT/PTA - FMT Movement Specialist 6 CEUs - Approved in AZ, DE, GA, IL, IN,KY, MN, MO, MS, NC, PA, SC, TN, VA, VT, WI, WY by virtue of California PTA Approval #(FMT Movement Specialist #19-143)
  • PT/PTA - FMT Movement Specialist 6 CEUs - Course meets continuing education requirements for CO, CT, HI, IA, MA, ME, NE, NH, ND, OR, SD, UT, WA PT Board.
  • PT/PTA -FMT Movement Specialist 0.6 CEUS approved by the California Physical Therapy Association (FMT Movement Specialist #19-143)
  • LMT – FMT Movement Specialist CEs - RockTape is approved (#179) by the National Certification Board for Therapeutic Massage & Bodywork (NCBTMB) as a continuing education Approved Provider
  • AT-Rocktape (BOC Approved provider # P8570) is approved by the Board of Certification, Inc. to provide continuing education to Certified Athletic Trainers. This program is eligible for a maximum of (6 hours/CEUs FMT Movement Specialist Category A). ATs should claim only those hours actually spent in the educational program. 
  • NASM approved for 0.6 CEUs provider #922
  • OT- AR, IN, NC, SC, HI, ID, ME, MA, NE, ND, TX, VA,WI- Course meets the requirements OT boards

 

FMT Movement Specialist Part 2 – Advanced Movement Assessment Course:

  • PT/PTA - FMT Movement Specialist Advanced 6 CEUs - Approved in AZ, DE, GA, IL, IN,KY, MN, MO, MS, NC, PA, SC, TN, VA, VT, WI, WY by virtue of California PTA Approval #(FMT Movement Specialist#19-144)
  • PT/PTA - FMT Movement Specialist Advanced 6 CEUs - Course meets continuing education requirements for CO, CT, HI, IA, MA, ME, NE, NH, ND, OR, SD, UT, WA PT Board.
  • PT/PTA -FMT Movement Specialist Advanced 0.6 CEUS approved by the California Physical Therapy Association (FMT Movement Specialist Advanced #19-144)
  • LMT – FMT Movement Specialist Advanced CEs - RockTape is approved (#179) by the National Certification Board for Therapeutic Massage & Bodywork (NCBTMB) as a continuing education Approved Provider
  • AT-Rocktape (BOC Approved provider # P8570) is approved by the Board of Certification, Inc. to provide continuing education to Certified Athletic Trainers. This program is eligible for a maximum of (6 hours/CEUs FMT Movement Specialist Advanced Category A). ATs should claim only those hours actually spent in the educational program. 
  • NASM approved for 0.6 CEUs provider #922
  • OT- AR, IN, NC, SC, HI, ID, ME, MA, NE, ND, TX, VA,WI- Course meets the requirements OT boards

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FMT Movement Assessment Course (8AM – 3PM)

Hour One

  • Introduce the 3 pillars to Human Movement - Brain (Neurological/Psychological), Tissue (Fascia), and Mechanical (Motor Movement).
  • Present concepts of conscious awareness (proprioception) as it relates to human movement 
  • Identify the members of the three movement centers
  • Ankle Complex
  • Hip Complex 
  • Shoulder Complex 
  • Discuss screening concepts, and highlight evidence supporting selected screening approaches for the three movement centers of the body.
  • Brain Screen – 
  • Threat Assessment (Psychological Readiness Questionnaire) to evaluated patient/client’s behavioral/motivational attachment to movement. 
  • Ankle Complex 
  • Hip Complex
  • Shoulder Complex
  • Evaluate Conscious Human GPS System - Conscious neurological assessment using 2 point discrimination testing to assess quality of body representation. 
  • Ankle Complex 
  • Hip Complex
  • Shoulder Complex
  • Tissue Screen – Screen fascia’s contribution to planar movement function or dysfunction. 
  • Planar movement quality assessment 
  • Modified Bunkie Test
  • Ankle Complex 
  • Hip Complex
  • Shoulder Complex
  • Mechanical Screen – Static/Dynamic Human Movement Screening 
  • Define and discuss the differences of mobility, motor control, and stability (Movement Pyramid). 
  • Understand the joint by joint approach to identify mobility or stability limitations in movement

Hour Two

  • Brain Screen -Workshop Psychological Readiness Questionnaire to assess threat appraisal of the three movement centers.
  • Practice
  • Discuss Results 
  • Case Study (Time Dependent)
  • Perform evaluation of Conscious Human GPS System (2 point discrimination) to measure body representation of the three movement centers.
  • Practice 
  • Discuss Results 
  • Case Study (Time Dependent)

10 Min Break

Hour Three

  • Tissue (Fascial) Screen - Workshop Modified Bunkie Test
  • Prone Plank
  • Supine Plank
  • R Side Plank 
  • L Side Plank
  • Prone Plank - Feet Elevated (Shoulder Dominant)
  • Prone Plank - Elbows Elevated (Hip/Ankle Dominant) 
  • 3 Point Plank - Upper Body Emphasis (unilateral eval control Shoulder Complex)
  • 3 Point Plank- Lower Body Emphasis (unilateral eval control HIp Complex)
  • Practice 
  • Discuss Results 
  • Case Study (Time Dependent)

Hour Four

  • Mechanical Screen - Introduce and demonstrate the importance of a safe, effective and efficient screen of a fundamental movement pattern the squat.
  • Demonstrate and Practice Subjective Squat Analysis
  • Ankle Complex
  • Mobility (lacks ankle DF) (soft:foam roll/ball/floss) (joint:floss/ex bands)
  • Stability (planar leak) (agility/conditioning equip or bands)
  • Motor Control (balance issue or bilateral imbalance) (vibe/floss)
  • Hip Complex 
  • Mobility (lacks flexion/pelvic tilt) (soft-bands,foam roller) (joint-banded mobes/floss)
  • Stability (planar leak) (plank progressions/BW/RNT w bands)
  • Motor Control (timing/awareness issue) spiky ball/vibration/pacinian upregulation
  • Shoulder Complex
  • Mobility (lack of shoulder flexion with OH squat)
  • Stability rib flare
  • Motor Control (eliminate Mob and Stab, then this is the culprit)
  • Demonstrate and Practice Objective Squat Analysis - Digital Motion Analysis Technology demonstration and comparison. 
  • Use digital technology to evaluate joint mechanics and performance of squat
  • Ankle Complex
  • Dorsiflexion/Plantarflexion
  • Hip Complex 
  • Flexion of Hip, Flexion of Trunk
  • Shoulder Complex
  • Flexion with OH Squat
  • Compare and contrast subjective vs objective analysis results
  • Discussion
  • Case Study (Time Dependent)

Lunch - 1 hour (on your own)

Hour Five

Use data collected from Brain, Tissue and Mechanical screens to improve squat performance
Demonstrate and practice corrective strategies to remediate identified dysfunctions of the three movement centers

  • Ankle Complex Intervention Approach:
  • Triage primary impairment 
  • Mobility Impairment, initiates mechanical intervention
  • Stability Impairment, initiates tissue intervention
  • Motor Control Impairment, initiates brain intervention
  • Select appropriate tools mobility balls, exercise bands, foam rollers, compression flossing bands, agility and conditioning equipment
  • Perform tool-based intervention
  • Re-Screen Squat to assess change 
  • Utilize results from the screen to intervene:
  • Mobility Intervention
  • Mechanical problem needs mechanical solution
  • If not Mechanical look to Tissue
  • Mobility Tactics – Neurologic Foam Rolling, Targeted Compression Floss Bands, Vibration 
  • Stability Intervention 
  • Tissue problem needs tissue solution
  • If not Tissue, look to Brain 
  • Stability Tactics – Exercise bands isolated exercise
  • Isotonic, Eccentric, Isometric use of exercise bands
  • Use of body weight plank progression/regressions
  • Sagittal Plane (Anterior/Post Chains) – Prone Plank Progressions/Regressions 
  • Frontal Plane (Lateral Chain)– Side Plank Progressions/Regressions
  • Transverse Plane (Functional/Helical Chains) – Upper/Lower Anti-Rotation Control Progression and Regressions
  • Re-Screen Squat to assess change 
  • Motor Control Intervention 
  • Brain problem needs brain solution
  • If not Mechanical or Tissue, Brain is only culprit left
  • Motor Control Tactics – Foam rollers, mobility balls, exercise bands and vibration
  • Threat Tactics- psych-social considerations, client/patient education, regressions of squat with equipment (chair), increased physical or psych-soc support
  • Hip Complex Interventions:
  • Triage primary impairment 
  • Mobility Impairment, initiates mechanical intervention
  • Stability Impairment, initiates tissue intervention
  • Motor Control Impairment, initiates brain intervention
  • Select appropriate tools mobility balls, exercise bands, foam rollers, compression flossing bands, agility and conditioning equipment
  • Perform tool-based intervention
  • Re-Screen Squat to assess change 
  • Utilize results from the screen to intervene:
  • Mobility Intervention
  • Mechanical problem needs mechanical solution
  • If not Mechanical look to Tissue
  • Mobility Tactics – Neurologic Foam Rolling, Targeted Compression Floss Bands, Vibration 
  • Stability Intervention 
  • Tissue problem needs tissue solution
  • If not Tissue, look to Brain 
  • Stability Tactics – Exercise bands isolated exercise
  • Isotonic, Eccentric, Isometric use of exercise bands
  • Use of body weight plank progression/regressions
  • Sagittal Plane (Anterior/Post Chains) – Prone Plank Progressions/Regressions 
  • Frontal Plane (Lateral Chain)– Side Plank Progressions/Regressions
  • Transverse Plane (Functional/Helical Chains) – Upper/Lower Anti-Rotation Control Progression and Regressions
  • Re-Screen Squat to assess change 
  • Motor Control Intervention 
  • Brain problem needs brain solution
  • If not Mechanical or Tissue, Brain is only culprit left
  • Motor Control Tactics – Foam rollers, mobility balls, exercise bands and vibration
  • Threat Tactics- psych-social considerations, client/patient education, regressions of squat with equipment (chair), increased physical or psych-soc support

Hour Six

  • Shoulder Complex Interventions:
  • Triage primary impairment 
  • Mobility Impairment, initiates mechanical intervention
  • Stability Impairment, initiates tissue intervention
  • Motor Control Impairment, initiates brain intervention
  • Select appropriate tools mobility balls, exercise bands, foam rollers, compression flossing bands, agility and conditioning equipment
  • Perform tool-based intervention
  • Re-Screen Squat to assess change 
  • Utilize results from the screen to intervene:
  • Mobility Intervention
  • Mechanical problem needs mechanical solution
  • If not Mechanical look to Tissue
  • Mobility Tactics – Neurologic Foam Rolling, Targeted Compression Floss Bands, Vibration 
  • Stability Intervention 
  • Tissue problem needs tissue solution
  • If not Tissue, look to Brain 
  • Stability Tactics – Exercise bands isolated exercise
  • Isotonic, Eccentric, Isometric use of exercise bands
  • Use of body weight plank progression/regressions
  • Sagittal Plane (Anterior/Post Chains) – Prone Plank Progressions/Regressions 
  • Frontal Plane (Lateral Chain)– Side Plank Progressions/Regressions
  • Transverse Plane (Functional/Helical Chains) – Upper/Lower Anti-Rotation Control Progression and Regressions
  • Re-Screen Squat to assess change 
  • Motor Control Intervention 
  • Brain problem needs brain solution
  • If not Mechanical or Tissue, Brain is only culprit left
  • Motor Control Tactics – Foam rollers, mobility balls, exercise bands and vibration
  • Threat Tactics- psych-social considerations, client/patient education, regressions of squat with equipment (elastic band), increased physical or psych-soc support

FMT Movement Assessment Course (8AM – 3PM)

Hour One

  • Introduce the 3 pillars to Human Movement - Brain (Neurological/Psychological), Tissue (Fascia), and Mechanical (Motor)
  • Present concepts of unconscious coordination as it relates to human movement focused on breathing and gait
  • Understand the role of the nervous system as it seeks safety and the ramifications of threat on human movement 
  • Use movement assessment techniques to evaluate the functions of 4 movement centers (Ankle Complex, Hip Complex, Thorax Complex and Shoulder Complex): 
  • 30,000 ft view:
  • Brain Screen – 
  • Threat Assessment as it applies to Breathing and Gait (Psychological Readiness Questionnaire) to evaluate patient/client’s behavioral/motivational attachment to movement. 
  • Ankle Complex (gait)
  • Hip Complex (gait)
  • Thorax Complex (breathing)
  • Shoulder Complex (breathing)
  • Evaluate coordination and balance capability as it applies to Breathing and Gait 
  • Tissue Screen – Evaluate fascia’s contribution to planar movement function or dysfunction in breathing and gait.
  • Advanced Modified Bunkie Test
  • Ankle Complex 
  • Hip Complex
  • Thorax Complex 
  • Shoulder Complex
  • Mechanical Screen – Static/Dynamic Assessment of Breathing and Gait 
  • Discuss biomechanical association/dissociation concepts apply these concepts to breathing and gait

Hour Two

  • Workshop Brain Screen Methods- Measure the performance of unconscious coordination. Demonstrate and practice common balance/coordination Demonstrate and Practice Balance/Coordination Screens:
  • Discuss physiology relationship to breathing coordination and gait coordination (Clinical relevance)
  • Identifying unconscious coordination of the body: (cerebellar)
  • Modified Rhomberg (Full-Body Coordination)
  • Dynamic upgrade: Tandem Walk
  • Dynamic upgrade: Backwards Walk
  • Hand Tapping (Upper Extremity Coordination)
  • Dynamic upgrade: Nose Finger Nose 
  • Rolling Patterns (neuro-motor assessment)
  • Supine to Prone
  • Prone to Supine 
  • Upper Body Quiet
  • Lower Body Quiet
  • Practice
  • Discuss Results 
  • Case Study (Time Dependent)

10 Min Break

Hour Three

  • Tissue (Fascial) Screen - Workshop Advanced Modified Bunkie Tests:
  • Discuss physiology relationship to breathing coordination and gait coordination (Clinical relevance)
  • Sagittal:
  • Prone Plank - Elevated (UE or LE)
  • Supine Plank - Elevated (UE or LE)
  • Frontal
  • R/L Dynamic Side Plank - Hip Drop 
  • regression to knee (dosage is until planar spillage)
  • R/L Side Plank - Top Leg Lift
  • regression to knee (dosage is until planar spillage)
  • Transverse
  • 3 Point Plank - Upper Body Emphasis (eval control Shoulder Complex)
  • 3 Point Plank- Lower Body Emphasis (eval control HIp Complex)
  • Practice 
  • Discuss Results 
  • Case Study (Time Dependent)

Hour Four

  • Mechanical Screen of Breathing and Gait Identify normal behavior of the four centers of human movement during breathing and gait
  • Discuss physiology relationships present in normal breathing coordination and gait coordination (Clinical relevance)
  • Introduce concepts of blocked vs slinky performance of unconscious movements. 
  • Block: Associated movements are dysfunctional
  • Slinky: DIsassociated or segmental/sequential motions are ideal
  • Observe subjective performance of the 3 of the 4 Centers of Human Movement during Breathing 
  • Is your breathing performance BLOCK or SLINKY
  • Dissociation Assessment
  • Thorax Complex vs Hip Complex
  • Lumbar extension vs rib expansion cheat (supine)
  • Increase the hoop 360 breath (sit/stand)
  • lateralization of breath (sit/stand)
  • Shoulder Complex vs Thorax Complex
  • supine shoulder disassociation with thorax expansion (supine)
  • supine shoulder disassociation with thorax expansion (sit/stand)
  • Association Assessment
  • If breathing performance is blocked...dysfunction is present
  • Introduce concepts of blocked vs slinky performance of unconscious movements. 
  • Block: Associated movements -dysfunctional
  • Slinky: DIsassociate or segmental/sequential motions - ideal
  • Observe subjective performance of the 4 Centers of Human Movement during Gait 
  • Is your gait performance BLOCK or SLINKY
  • Dissociation Assessment
  • Ankle Complex vs Hip Complex
  • Shank progression
  • Bilateral comparison
  • Hip Complex vs Thoracic Complex
  • Pelvic R/L Rotation
  • Femoral IR/ER Assessment
  • Thoax Complex vs Shoulder Complex
  • Arm Swing
  • Association Assessment
  • If gait performance is blocked...dysfunction is present
  • Provide feedback on efficiency/economy of movement performance of breathing and gait.

Lunch - 1 hour (on your own)

Hour Five

Demonstrate and practice corrective strategies to address movement pattern dysfunction in the 4 centers of human movement.

  • Ankle Complex Interventions:
  • BRAIN Corrections – Threat Reduction Correctives
  • Improve unconscious coordination awareness via balance, coordination correctives
  • Instruct novel use of exercise bands and agility and conditioning equipment as sensori-motor tools
  • Re-Screen Gait to assess changes 
  • TISSUE Corrections – 
  • Fascial Stability - Use of exercise bands and agility and conditioning equipment to improve planar control
  • Re-Screen Gait to assess change 
  • MECHANICAL Corrections – Movement Correctives 
  • Disassociation Tactics – Therapeutic exercise bands, compression flossing bands, mobility balls, corrective exercise bands, foam rollers, and agility tools to aid in dissociation of body segments.
  • Stability Tactics – Therapeutic exercise bands 
  • Global Movement Correctives 
  • Re-Screen Gait to assess change

Hour Six

Hip Complex Interventions:

  • BRAIN -Corrections– Threat Reduction Correctives
  • Improve unconscious awareness via balance, coordination, and use of agility and conditioning equipment.
  • The novel use of exercise band as sensori-motor tools
  • Re-Screen gait to assess change 
  • TISSUE Corrections – 
  • Fascial Stability - Use of exercise bands and agility and conditioning equipment to aid in fascial stability
  • Re-Screen gait to assess change 
  • MECHANICAL Corrections – Movement Correctives 
  • Disassociation Tactics – Therapeutic exercise bands, compression flossing bands, mobility balls, corrective exercise bands, foam rollers, and agility tools dissociation/differentiation of body segments to improve quality of body representation.
  • Stability Tactics – Corrective Bands (Focus on Global Methods for association/disassociation)
  • Global (Movement) Correctives – agility and conditioning equipment 
  • Re-Screen Gait to assess change


Thorax Complex Interventions:

  • BRAIN -Corrections– Threat Reduction Correctives
  • Improve unconscious awareness via balance, coordination, and use of conditioning tools.
  • The novel use of exercise band, agility and conditioning equipment as sensori-motor tools
  • Re-Screen Breathing to assess change 
  • TISSUE Corrections – 
  • Fascial Stability - Use of exercise bands and bodyweight to aid in fascial stability
  • Re-Screen Breathing to assess change 
  • MECHANICAL Corrections – Movement Correctives 
  • Dissociation Tactics – Therapeutic exercise bands, compression flossing bands, mobility balls, corrective exercise bands, foam rollers, and agility tools dissociation/differentiation of body segments to improve quality of body representation.
  • Stability Tactics – Corrective Bands (Focus on Global Methods)
  • Global (Movement) Correctives – Foam Roller, Compression Floss Bands
  • Re-Screen Breathing to assess change

Shoulder Complex Interventions:

  • BRAIN -Corrections– Threat Reduction Correctives
  • Improve unconscious awareness via balance, coordination correctives
  • The novel use of exercise bands and mobility balls as sensori-motor tools
  • Re-Screen Gait/Breathing to assess change 
  • TISSUE Corrections – 
  • Fascial Stability - Use of exercise bands and compression floss bands to aid in fascial stability
  • Re-Screen Gait/Breathing to assess change 
  • MECHANICAL Corrections – Movement Correctives 
  • Dissociation Tactics – Therapeutic exercise bands, compression flossing bands, mobility balls, corrective exercise bands, foam rollers, and agility tools dissociation/differentiation of body segments to improve cortical awareness/control.
  • Stability Tactics – Plank progressions with equipment 
  • Re-Screen Gait/Breathing to assess change

 

 

 

 

 

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