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Lee Burton The History of the Functional Movement Screen

FMS History, Lee Burton

This is a free talk. You can listen here, or you can download the mp3 or transcript.

How did the the screen come to be, and how much has it changed over the years? Is it still changing, and what changes can you expect in the future? In this talk, Lee Burton tells us what was going on back in 1997, and what he thought about Gray Cook’s early ideas.

“As you look at the Functional Movement Screen today, it hasn’t changed. The seven tests haven’t changed since 1997. What has changed is how we use the information the movement screen gives us—how we create our corrective strategies. That’s always going to change. It’s always going to be up for debate.”~Lee Burton

LECTURE DETAILS

Duration: 22 minutes; Transcript: 6 pages; Mp3 file size: 18 MBs

TOPIC MARKERS

• Designed in 1997 (2:20)
• Creating the Screen (6:25)
• Presenting the Screen and Getting Feedback (10:50)
• Research (15:00)
• Pain, Dysfunction, & Scoring (16:35)

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LECTURER BIO

Lee Burton has a Doctorate Degree with an emphasis in health and wellness, and is a certified athletic trainer. He presents on numerous sports medicine topics nationally and internationally, has produced instructional videos and is currently consulting with a wide variety of organizations including NFL, NHL, MLB, NBA, military/government entities, as well as the Cooper and Mayo Clinics on injury prevention and performance enhancement. You can connect with him via his website at Functionalmovement.com.

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This is a free talk. You can listen here, or you can download the mp3 or transcript.

How did the the screen come to be, and how much has it changed over the years? Is it still changing, and what changes can you expect in the future? In this talk, Lee Burton tells us what was going on back in 1997, and what he thought about Gray Cook’s early ideas.

“As you look at the Functional Movement Screen today, it hasn’t changed. The seven tests haven’t changed since 1997. What has changed is how we use the information the movement screen gives us—how we create our corrective strategies. That’s always going to change. It’s always going to be up for debate.”~Lee Burton

LECTURE DETAILS

Duration: 22 minutes; Transcript: 6 pages; Mp3 file size: 18 MBs

TOPIC MARKERS

• Designed in 1997 (2:20)
• Creating the Screen (6:25)
• Presenting the Screen and Getting Feedback (10:50)
• Research (15:00)
• Pain, Dysfunction, & Scoring (16:35)

LISTEN HERE OR DOWNLOAD

The full lecture is in the player below. You’re also welcome to place this lecture in your shopping basket to download, along with the transcript pdf, to download for free along with your other lecture purchases.
http://soundcloud.com/lareedraper/lee-20burton-20the-20history

LECTURER BIO

Lee Burton has a Doctorate Degree with an emphasis in health and wellness, and is a certified athletic trainer. He presents on numerous sports medicine topics nationally and internationally, has produced instructional videos and is currently consulting with a wide variety of organizations including NFL, NHL, MLB, NBA, military/government entities, as well as the Cooper and Mayo Clinics on injury prevention and performance enhancement. You can connect with him via his website at Functionalmovement.com.