FUNCTIONAL MOVEMENT SCREEN(TM) NORMATIVE VALUES IN A YOUNG, ACTIVE POPULATION

  • Schneiders A
  • Davidsson Å
  • Hörman E
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Abstract

BACKGROUND:: The Functional Movement Screen(TM) (FMS(TM)) is a screening instrument which evaluates selective fundamental movement patterns to determine potential injury risk. However, despite its global use, there are currently no normative values available for the FMS(TM). OBJECTIVES:: To establish normative values for the FMS(TM) in a population of active, healthy individuals. Secondary aims were to investigate whether performance differed between males and females, between those with and without a previous history of injury, and to establish real-time inter-rater reliability of the FMS(TM). METHODS:: Two hundred and nine (108 females and 101 males) physically active individuals, aged between 18 and 40 years, with no recent (

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Authors

  • Anthony G Schneiders

  • Åsa Davidsson

  • Elvira Hörman

  • S John Sullivan

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