The 4 Key Principles of the FPM Approach

The 4 Key Principles of the FPM Approach

Here is a summary of the key 4 Principles that are the foundation of the First Principles of Movement Approach. A precision approach is always individualized by learning about the patients goals, expectations, concerns, past history, environment, & social context....

To Cue or Not to Cue

[Archive – April 22, 2012] When evaluating a patient or athlete is there a difference between testing their capability & their movement pattern? Put another way do we want to see what they are capable of or what they habitually do? Pr Janda wrote “During...

Wisdom from Pr Janda

[Archive – March 27, 2012] “It is not so important whether the main emphasis is placed on muscles, soft tissues, chain reaction, or central nervous motor disregulation; what is crucial is that each treatment approach emphasizes the need to analyze and treat the...
  1. Lecture - Long Beach Convention and Entertainment Center Craig Liebenson 39:24
  2. Interview w/ Dr. Liebenson FTCA Podcast 1:25:34