Certification in Applied Functional Science® (CAFS) gives movement professionals the skills and knowledge to approach each individual according to their unique goals and daily function. Combining the principles of Applied Functional Science® with your existing skill sets and experience, learn how to take an individualized approach to program design and create truly functional programs for your clients.
Utilizing the Local to Global spectrum method, learn how to identify common dysfunction, create mobility and progress to stability and strength for any range of functional needs and for any population.
Whether you are just starting on your journey of Applied Functional Science® or are looking to continue growing, CAFS will provide a new experience by delivering the authentic truths of biomechanics and enforcing your understanding with clinical examples of how to apply these principles.
This course is not approved for 25 contact hours for ATCs in California.
MedBridge Education is an approved provider of continuing education for the BOC. Approved Provider Number: P8441
Category D: As a BOC Approved Provider, all MedBridge courses are available for category D credit. If this course is approved for Category A or EBP, it is listed above.
PT, ATC, PTA
Not approved in your state? Call us at (206) 822-6116 or send an email to [email protected] about accrediting this course in your state.
CAFS: Foundations of Movement Science
CAFS: Assessment and Program Strategies
CAFS: Global Movement Techniques
CAFS: Local Movement Techniques - Foot, Ankle, and Knee
CAFS: Local Movement Techniques - Hip
CAFS: Local Movement Techniques - Spine
CAFS: Local Movement Techniques - Shoulder
CAFS: Program Design and Program Variables
CAFS: Conclusion and Bonus Material
I just finished the CAFS program and it is terrific! Gray Institute did an amazing job of systematically communicating very practical information.
I believe the program takes the pressure and stressors off of traditional certifications (memorizing terms / anatomy / protocols) for individuals and places more understanding on how to apply movement to enhance lives.
There is a huge amount of information that organizes the evaluative process in a very systematic way. I see this program as a huge asset to people who own practices and their staff members.