The Value of Movements as a Diagnostic Tool

Transcribed from video:

– As a result of the movement patterns we’ve seen, we can draw conclusions about what’s going on in your body. Now I think this is much more applicable than doing, testing range of motion exercises in an isolated environment, because in the end, we don’t care how much external rotation you have, on its own, we care how good your rack position is. So, these movements become excellent diagnostic tools. Not only a way to train but also a way to diagnose and identify imbalance.

Dan Williams

Dan Williams


Dan Williams is the Director of Range of Motion and leads a team of Exercise Physiologists, Sports Scientists, Physiotherapists and Coaches. He has a Bachelor of Science (Exercise and Health Science) and a Postgraduate Bachelor of Exercise Rehabilitation Science from The University of Western Australia, with minors in Biomechanics and Sport Psychology.