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1) The glutes are internal rotators too…
2) Some great clinical insight on chronic hip flexor strains from Dave Tilly. I love the idea of treating the hip like the shoulder in regards to PNF rhythmic stabilization and wall ball circles.
3) The hip and the back are always related. “The authors concluded that dynamic pelvic orientation significantly influences the functional orientation of the acetabulum. This study also found that people with impingement have reduced trunk control bilaterally, supporting the need to include trunk rehabilitation in treatment. This has implications for therapists rehabilitating patients with symptomatic FAI as not only should the trunk be a strong focus of rehabilitation but pelvic positioning during exercise and ADLS can have an impact on the positioning of the hip and range of movement.” Continue reading “2017 Hits : Vol. 1 : Clinical Lower Extremity”