The SFMA is a clinical model used to assist diagnosis and treatment of musculoskeletal disorders by identifying dysfunctions in movement patterns.

It was created to measure the way you move and identify more accurately the location of your pain and what may be causing it by exposing limitations and dysfunctions in human movement.

It uses a series of full-body movements to identify possible movement dysfunctions and to assess the quality of those movements.

The SFMA helps to expose possible asymmetries and pathological movement patterns, as the root cause of a painful problem. This will help guide a treatment plan to restore pain-free movement and function. 

It enables the evaluating clinician or therapist to identify and treat regions in the body that lack mobility (range of motion), or stability (motor control), allowing for an accurate treatment to restore pain-free function and movement.