Gray Institute® 3DMAPS (Online)


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Real life, real challenges. Whether your patient is a casual golfer or star athlete, determining the right approach to treatment can be challenging. That’s why the Gray Institute offers an innovative, effective, and comprehensive approach to patient rehabilitation. Three-Dimensional Movement Analysis and Performance System (3DMAPS) leverages movements that are authentic to everyday life by utilizing all three planes of motion. This system allows the practitioner to examine, evaluate, and treat patients based on the philosophy that the influence of one part of the body effects another. This 10-hour, 100% online course is the perfect complement for any movement professional, from physical therapists, personal trainers, physicians, strength and conditioning coaches, and athletic trainers. 3DMAPS provides the knowledge and skillset to analyse the entire three-dimensional spectrum of human movement and have access to a functional and robust performance system for ongoing enhancement with no equipment. Additionally, 3DMAPS addresses real-life function by observing natural upright movements of the body as it deals with gravity and ground reaction forces using 6 vital transformational zones:

  • Anterior Chain Reaction
  • Posterior Chain Reaction
  • Same side Lateral Chain Reaction
  • Opposite side Lateral Chain Reaction
  • Same side Rotational Chain Reaction
  • Opposite side Rotational Chain Reaction

3DMAPS analyses both the range of motion and control of motion throughout the entire body and through all 3 planes of motion. Through 6 mobility and stability analysis movements, all 66 joint motions of the primary complexes are covered. The movement analysis results in a relative success code that is unique to each individual and provides directions to enhance the overall functioning of the individual. The relative success code is directly to analysis movements and performance movements. The performance movements consist of 14 mobility and 14 stability progressions to enhance the overall functional abilities of the individual allowing all individuals to progress towards their needs, wants, and goals.

  • CEUs: NASM – 1.0; ACE – 1.0; ACSM – 10 Contact Hours
  • 3DMAPS online resources
  • 3 attempts at final examination
  • International certification upon successful completion of your examination

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