FMT Mobility Specialist Course is an evidence-informed self-myofascial rolling course that advances students’ understanding of mobility techniques for their patient’s and client’s needs. FMT Mobility Specialist offers a practical framework and a systematic approach for determining why, how, when and where to roll for movement preparation, movement recovery or pain relief. Assessment systems will be presented examining concepts of joint by joint mobility, stability and fascial integrity. These systems will be utilized to direct fun and innovative lab experiences throughout the course.
FMT Mobility Specialist methodically integrates a review of the current literature and demonstrates the science behind rolling for improved rehabilitation or performance outcomes. Current concepts such as rolling with percussion/vibration will be explored with innovative solutions provided for common movement, performance and recovery challenges.
This course is intended for health and fitness professionals with all levels of prior self-myofascial rolling experience.
Functional Movement Training (FMT) Certification courses are taught by industry leading experts in movement assessment, performance and rehabilitation.
Note: Tools are not provided with this course.
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Dr. Meghan Helwig graduated with her Doctorate in Physical Therapy from Rutgers University. A native of Morris County, NJ, Dr. Helwig earned a finance degree from Villanova University where she was the starting goalie for 4 years for the Div. I Big East Field Hockey Team.
An athlete her entire life Dr. Helwig has a competitive mindset and understands the demands sport and life place on the body. She has numerous “tools in her toolbox” and has combined concepts and techniques such as ART, SFMA, NKT, DNS, TPI, Rocktape IASTM/Blades, Kinesiology Taping, and cupping to create her own unique system for assessment and intervention. She utilizes these tools and techniques to assess and treat her patients as a whole while uncovering the underlying “WHY” behind her patients' symptoms.
History of Self-Myofascial Release (Ch 1)
New Science of Foam Rolling (Ch 2)
The Mechanical Effects (Ch 3)
The Neurologic Effects (Ch 4)
Psychosocial Effects (Ch 5)
Review of Equipment (Ch 6)
Safety with Self-MFR (Ch 7)
The FMT System (Ch 8)
How We Roll (Ch 9)
Why and When We Roll (Ch 10)
Where We Roll (Ch 11)
Joint by Joint Mobility Rolling (Ch 12)
Joint by Joint Stability Rolling (Ch 13)
Fascial Chain Rolling System (Ch 14)
Integrated Movement Strategies (Ch 15)
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