Strategies to Increase Knee Extension (Part One)

Knee extension is very important for normal human locomotion, running, squatting, and twisting. When the knee is injured, operated on, or has OA, knee extension is usually lacking. When rehabilitating the knee it is vital to increase this motion to normalize biomechanics and optimal movement patterns. In this post, I am going to disclose several…

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Manual Therapy Monday (Episode 6): How to Assess and Treat Hip Internal Rotation

     

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Manual Therapy Monday (Episode 5): Don’t Forget To Mobilize the Ribs When Treating the Thoracic Spine…

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Manual Therapy Monday (Episode 4): A Better Way To Increase Knee Extension…

     

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Manual Therapy Monday (Episode 3): Don’t Forget To Treat the Sub-Occipitals…

  Treating the sub-occipital muscles can be a GAME CHANGER when a patient presents with cervical pain and headaches. Here is a quick video on how I treat the sub-occipitals. Also, please let me know how you treat them or what you have found to be the most effective. -Scott   P.S. Here is the…

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Why Knee Valgus Isn’t Bad For You …

 

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Manual Therapy Monday (Episode 2): The BEST Thoracic Spine Mobilization You’re Not Doing

     

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What Florence Kendall Didn’t Tell You About Manual Muscle Testing

As clinicians our job is to find out what is wrong with our patients and treat accordingly. Sometimes, granted, it isn’t always as clear as we would like. Whether the patient isn’t communicating appropriately, patient’s symptoms are diffuse, or maybe we missed something in our examination that day. Regardless of the reason, we need to…

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Manual Therpay Monday (Episode 1): How to Increase Big Toe Extension

   

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A Non-Traditional Approach to Treating Spinal Stenosis (Case Study)

  Lumbar spinal stenosis is a condition that causes numbness, tingling, weakness, and even pain down one leg or both legs. Often times it is misinterpreted as sciatica and usually impairs those aged 50+. Treatments for spinal stenosis ranges from flexion biased exercises, core strengthening, mobilization of the spine, and patient education. Surgery is another…

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