FSN practitioners using almost a complete medical fundamental knowledge in diagnosis and treatment. As FSN practice requires almost instant pain relieving, it is a highly technical and skillful practice. In order to encourage FSN practitioners improve their medical knowledge and clinical skills, FSN has created a PGS Practitioner Grading System since 2005.
Adopted through Go-Chess system, there are nine grades (Grade I-VIIII) in PGS. Practitioners can attend this PGS competition annually (coincided with the annual conference). A PGS committee assess the participant FSN knowledge, ability of manipulation and the feedback of the actual treatment from a patient.
with their FSN Professional Grade
The founder of FSN