With the Functional Movement Screen (FMS) gaining popularity, it is expected that many will question the validity of some of the concepts. One of the components of Gray Cook's program, correctives, provides a method of improving the mobility and stability of the client. Some individuals claim the process presented in Movement does not work for their patients. Smartgrouptraining.com does an excellent job in this post explaining the proper way to implement correctives and stresses the importance of following a system when treating clients. Each individual presents with different impairments, so the correctives must be molded to meet that individuals needs. Check out the post for a step-by-step explanation on how to utilize FMS correctives.