Body Mechanics & FMS with Brandon Day
The Functional Movement Screen (FMS) is a tool used by rehab specialists, personal trainers, and strength coaches to take an integrated systems approach to uncovering movement pattern dysfunctions and muscle imbalances that may lead to injury or inhibit optimal athletic performance. In the clinic, the FMS is a useful tool to track progress with rehab patients, as well as helping to integrate corrective exercise to fix dysfunctions in the human movement system to facilitate faster rehab success and prevent future injury.
Brandon Day, MS received his Master’s degree in Kinesiology from A.T. Still University of Health Sciences, and has been the Wellness Program Director at Back in Action Pain Therapy for 2 years. College football gave Brandon the appreciation for what it’s like to live with pain, and through years of self-discovery and experimentation, Brandon has taken charge of his health and enjoys sharing his experience and teaching others how to optimize their own health and wellness. His current passions include playing and writing music, reading ferociously, powerlifting, and skydiving.