Dr. Lee Burton, PHD,ATC,CSCS®, Co-Founder FMS

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Mitbegründer Functional Movement Systems 1995 - Dato

Dr. Lee Burton machte seinen Bachelor-Abschluss in "athletic Training" (Rehabilitation) an der Appalachian State University und im Anschluss einen Master in Education mit Schwerpunkt auf Training von Spitzensportlern an der Old Dominion University in Virginia, USA.

Seine Doktorarbeit verfasste er erfolgreich an der Virginia Tech, wobei er den Schwerpunkt auf Health Promotion and Wellness legte.

Er verfügt über die Athletic Training Certification (BOC-NATA) als zusätzliche sportmedizinische Qualifizierung, sowie über den NSCA-CSCS®, ist seit vielen Jahren Keynote Speaker der NSCA. Lee berät Organisationen, Firmen und Profiverbände zu Themen wie Verletzungsprävention und Leistungssteigerung, darunter die NFL, NHL, MLB, NBA, Militär- und Regierungsinstitutionen, sowie die Mayo-Kliniken und die sportmedizinische Cooper-Klinik in Dallas. Dr. Lee Burton hielt bereits zahlreiche Präsentationen weltweit zu sportmedizinischen Themen und schreibt Beiträge für sportmedizinische Fachliteratur. Durch seinen Humor ist er gern gesehener Gast in Podcasts und Interviews.

Die Mission des Functional Movement Systems ist es, Menschen dabei zu helfen, sich gut zu bewegen und oft zu bewegen.

Die Philosophie von Functional Movement Systems wurde 1995 eingeführt, zu einer Zeit, als es noch kein systematisches Instrument zur Identifizierung von Bewegungsasymmetrien oder größeren Einschränkungen in funktionellen Bewegungsmustern gab. Das System fördert die Zusammenarbeit zwischen Performance und Rehabilitation durch den Einsatz von zwei Instrumenten - dem Functional Movement Screen™ und dem Selective Functional Movement Assessment™.

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Co-Founder Functional Movement Systems 1995 - present

Dr. Lee Burton earned his bachelor's degree in athletic training (rehabilitation) from Appalachian State University, followed by a master's degree in education with a focus on training elite athletes from Old Dominion University in Virginia, USA. He successfully completed his doctorate at Virginia Tech, focusing on Health Promotion and Wellness. He holds the Athletic Training Certification (BOC-NATA), as well as the NSCA-CSCS® and has been an NSCA Keynote Speaker for many years.

Dr. Lee Burton consults organizations, companies, and professional associations on injury prevention and performance enhancement topics, including the NFL, NHL, MLB, NBA, military and government institutions, as well as the Mayo Clinics and the Cooper Sports Medicine Clinic in Dallas.

Dr. Lee Burton has given numerous presentations worldwide on sports medicine topics and contributes to sports medicine literature. His sense of humor makes him a welcome guest on podcasts and interviews.

Functional Movement Systems's mission is to help people move well and then move often. The philosophy was introduced in 1995, at a time when there was no systematic tool to identify movement asymmetries or major limitations in functional movement patterns.The system promotes collaboration between performance and rehabilitation professionals through the use of two tools - the Functional Movement Screen™ and the Selective Functional Movement Assessment™

Podcast: Unlocking more strength

A Holistic Approach to Reducing Injuries & Strategies to Improve Ankle Mobility and Stability

LecturE: A Holistic Approach to Reducing Injuries

As strength and conditioning professionals one of our biggest responsibilities is to reduce injuries.  However, this an extremely difficult task since there are some many factors that contribute to injuries.  As professionals we need to improve how we approach this and think more holistically. During the lecture Dr. Lee Burton will discuss risk factors that contribute to increasing injuries.  Once we have a good understanding of the risk factors the focus can then turn to how we can better identify and modify them through a more practical approach.

Practical: with Eberhard Schlömmer

Strategies to Improve Ankle Mobility and Stability

The ankle is one of the most commonly injured areas in the body, which is why it is so important to ensure your ankle is functioning and performing properly.   During this session Dr. Lee Burton and Eberhard Schlömmer will discuss techniques to properly test the ankle’s ability to function.  Specifically, they will discuss how using this baseline data will provide direction and feedback when prescribing corrective strategies.   They will describe and demonstrate unique ankle mobility and stability techniques designed to improve and maintain ankle function.

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