FAKTR- Muscle Scraping
Muscle scraping is taught and performed by many different rehab-based companies so you may have heard it called something else. Muscle scraping is another tool in aiding in breaking up superficial soft tissue adhesions.
Cupping Therapy is another one of the many tools utilized for treating superficial soft tissue injuries. For specific soft tissue injuries on the superficial level of the musculoskeletal system cupping therapy can yield great results in treating patients' pain.
Selective Functional Movement Assessment (SFMA)
The SFMA is a full body biomechanical assessment that checks the joint system for proper range of motion in active movements and passive. SFMA is unique due to the fact it's helping decipher what is the reason the loss of range of motion is occurring. What this means is there are a few reasons a joint system can lack proper movement. Simplified, sometimes we have to work on mobility exercises to restore full range of motion whereas in other situations the body has limited that joint's range of motion because it cannot stabilize the joint properly. The SFMA is a great assessment that ultimately helps break down why a joint is lacking proper range of motion.
Functional Movement Systems (FMS)
FMS, like SFMA, is another movement screen that is built around assessing how an individual moves no matter what age they are. It takes into account both mobility and stability while performing basic movements any healthy human should be able to perform and helps break down where a biomechanical dysfunction is causing an issue.
Neuromuscular Rehabilitation (DNS)
DNS is built around more primitive style movements centered around developmental positions. It helps improve stability in patterns that often humans neglect in the more common daily routines.
Tiltiest Perfromance Institute Certified (TPI)
TPI is a subcategory of the SFMA, and FMS movement screens (you can read about the SFMA and FMS in our services page). TPI is a mobility,stability, and performance assessment built around the research of a perfect golf swing. It focuses on assessing proper range of motion throughout the entire body to perform proper golf swing, improving power generation during the golf swing, and the golfer's overall performance.
OnBase University Certified
OnBaseU is a subcategory of the SFMA, and FMS movement screens (you can read about the SFMA and FMS in our services page). OnBaseU is a mobility, stability, and performance assessment built around the research of a perfect baseball/softball swing along with the assessment for weakness in generating power. It categorizes and breaks down the body to focus on areas that can be considered a “weak link” along with areas lacking proper range of motion and movement during batting and overall performance.