Get moving, correctly
Meg is trained in the Selective Functional Movement Assessment model (SFMA). The SFMA assesses the complex, multi-directional movements that occur with our daily tasks and athletic activities, and sometimes become dysfunctional. Traditional physical therapy range of motion and flexibility testing often misses this type of problem.
Traditional physical therapy range of motion and flexibility testing often misses this type of problem.
By identifying movement dysfunction, Meg can create an exercise plan that helps you restore proper movement patterns. This type of plan also helps you learn how it feels to move correctly. This results in decreased pain and stiffness and improved athletic performance. Movement assessments can then be repeated to determine how effective the exercise plan has been.