The next 16 pages expand on the differences between authentic movement and scientific anatomical function. The functional systems of muscles, joints and ligaments are covered, as are the fascial matrix, breathing and the neuromuscular network. Understanding movement deficiency and dysfunction and how these develop will illuminate your work, and clarify your explanations to your athletes, clients and patients.
- Gray’s Introduction to the chapter
Gray opens with a commentary of our understanding how to deal with pain and introduces us to his co-author, Kyle Kiesel, who will further the pain discussion and cover movement research, 5:21.
- Part 1 – Kyle’s Discussion of Pan
Taken from Kyle’s presentation on pain and motor control, a lecture of the SFMA certification program, Dr. Kiesel covers injury risk factors and neuromuscular delays and changes that occur after injury, 16:38.
- Part 2 – Kyle covers the research behind the Functional Movement Screen
KyIe’s second section on how motor control changes after injury is part of his Implications for Injury Prediction and Prevention research presentation. Here you’ll gain confidence in the evidence supporting this system ,15:50.
- Training Stabilizers Versus Training Movers
- Muscle Function—Movement and Sensation
- Joints and Ligaments
- The Fascial Matrix
- The Breath
- The Neuromuscular Network
- Authentic Movement
- The Movement Matrix
- Dissection and Reconstruction
- Movement Deficiency and Dysfunction
- Developmental Movement Dysfunction
- Traumatic Movement Dysfunction
- Acquired Movement Dysfunction
- Pain Changes Everything
Go on to Chapter Three