2017 NSCA Ontario Provincial Clinic, Toronto, Ontario, May 14, 2017
Deficits in joint mobility and/or stability can certainly impact the way our clients move; however, so too will their fitness, perception of risk, prior experience, focus of attention, motivation, etc. Movement screens may offer a time- and cost-efficient means to screen for the general inability to move freely, symmetrically, and without pain. But their utility to assess injury risk, guide personalized recommendations for exercise, or evaluate the transfer of training may be limited. This session will explore a novel, evidence-informed approach to screening and assessment that can be used by every Kinesiologist to maximize the quality of their clients’ lives.