Who are the types of people that come to Movement Integrity?

Most MI clients are everyday people who have dealt with a chronic injury or pain that they can't seem to fix.  Most of them have tried, doctors, physical therapy, and pain medications but have reached the end of their rope and are ready to live a healthy and active life again.

     Movement Integrity can be thought of as the place where rehab meets performance.  We prepare those who were previously injured and support those who have yet to be injured.  Medicine and athletics has taught us that there are two statuses: injured or active.  You are either injured and sidelined while you heal or you are active and performing your activity of choice.  The problem with this is that there is a whole gray area in between that isn't addressed.  THAT is where Movement Integrity lies.  We link rehab with performance from both ends of the spectrum.  We continue to work with those who were injured to correct ALL of the problems that contributed to their injury and to make sure that there are NO compensations as a result of it.  We work with healthy and active individuals to remain that way by incorporating training programs that keep them safe and tackle movement issues BEFORE they become injuries.

     At Movement Integrity our mission is to set the standards for movement quality.  We throw out the old concepts of fitness and rehabilitation to look at the body as a whole and not simply a series of parts.  We use the most updated research and science to build our training foundations, not fads or trends that come and go in training.  It's time to look to prevention as the primary means of quality of life. 

Who's using the FMS?

The FMS has has been used by the NFL for a number of years and has recently been added as a part of the NHL combine.  Click the picture above to learn move.

Who should get a Movement Screen?

Any active individual who wants to prevent pain, injuries, and dysfunction should have a movement screen done often to track progress.