Is There a Difference Between FMS and SFMA?

15 Mar 21
Is There a Difference Between FMS and SFMA?

Last blog we introduced Gray Cook and the Functional Movement Scale (FMS). We said that FMS works well when the individual has normal, pain-free movements. However, most patients that come into the clinic experience pain. What happens then? SFMA Gray Cook has a second assessment called the Selective Functional Movement Assessment (SFMA). The SFMA exposes […]

22 Feb 21
McKenzie Method: Not All Back Pain is the Same!

We’re back to talk more about McKenzie this week! We know that back pain is extremely prevalent from the amount of Zoom and WHF we’ve all been doing. Although working from bed seems amazing, it isn’t always great for your back. Today, we’re going to break down categories of back pain to help you better […]

15 Feb 21
McKenzie Method, back pain in flexed posture picture Treat Your Own Back with the McKenzie Method

Back pain is the #2 cause of disability in for adults in the United States. Most of us have felt a little back twinge after a long road trip or after a day at the computer, but what happens when that back pain persists? Did you know: 40-80% of people experience back pain at some […]

5 Apr 17
CEU Corner: McKenzie CSU Recap

This Past weekend, Dr. Ireland attended the McKenzie Institute’s the Mechanical Diagnosis and Therapy: Clinical Skills Update. As the name implies, this particular course focuses on reviewing and updating the principles and application of the McKenzie theory/techniques of Mechanical Diagnosis and Therapy. The course included more intensive clinical reasoning and problem solving for the more […]