Movement isn’t important...until you can’t...
Manipulation of a joint appears to change the instantaneous axis of rotation of that joint (1). It would stand to reason that this change would effect muscle activation patterns (2). Can this be applied to the lower extremity? Apparently so, at . . .
I bet I could needle that muscle....
As with many things, one thing often leads to another. I had a patient with anterior hip pain and what i believed was iliopsoas dysfunction, but I wanted to know EXACTLY which muscles attached to the hip capsule, to make sure I wasn’t missing anything.
I turned up some great info, . . .
Confirmed Dates for Upcoming courses (based on registration numbers):
all courses are 25 hours with CEUs through National University of Health Sciences
Part 1: Spine and Axial Skeleton
Summit Chiropractic & Rehabilitation
114 Village Place, Unit 302
May 20-22, 2016
Part 1: . . .
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