» SFMA Level 1 - Online Prerequisite

Published on 5/26/2015 by Brandon Bennett in SFMA Assessments

Tags: FMS

Functional Movement Systems is excited to announce the launch of the SFMA Level 1 - Online Prerequisite.

The SFMA Level 1 - Online Prerequisite introduces professionals to the SFMA’s background, logic, top tier screens and breakouts.

An understanding of the SFMA logic and breakouts will allow the healthcare professional to provide the proper intervention to the dysfunctional movement. The SFMA Level 1 - Online Prerequistite does not include certification, but will familiarize you with the basics of the SFMA.

About SFMA

The Selective Functional Movement Assessment (SFMA) is a comprehensive movement based diagnostic system used to classify movement patterns and direct manual therapy and therapeutic exercise interventions. Click Here for more information about SFMA.

SFMA Certification

The SFMA Level 1 Certification track now consists of two components:

  1. Online Prerequisite (View in Online Store)
  2. Live Course (Find an Event)

Completion of the SFMA Level 1 - Online Prerequisite is the first step in becoming SFMA Certified. Eligible healthcare professionals should the check schedule of events for a live event near you to complete the SFMA Certification process.

As a professional, the choice is yours: you can start with the Online Prerequisite and register for a live course at a later date, or register for a live course, which will include online course access if you have not already purchased.

What's Included

The SFMA Level 1 - Online Prerequisite includes access to over 5 hours of video content. To check your understanding, you will also receive access to the SFMA Level 1 - Online Prerequisite exam. 

Continuing Education Information

To view a full list of organizations that have approved this course for continuing education please click here.

Who's Eligible

Anyone interested in the Selective Functional Movement Assessment can take the SFMA Level 1 - Online Prerequisite. The online course is a great opportunity for non-medically licensed professionals to learn about the SFMA, to help improve their communication with those in their referral network.

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