Movement Debrief Episode 48 is in the books. Below is a copy of the video for your viewing pleasure, and audio if you can’t stand looking at me.
Here is the set list:
- What is the long-sit test?
- Can we accurately measure leg length discrepancies?
- How relevant are leg length discrepancies?
- What’s the deal with voodoo floss/compression bands?
- Are they effective?
- How is femoral-acetabular impingement treated?
- What considerations need to be made with a cam vs. pincer impingement?
ERROR: I misspoke on the different impingement types. A Cam impingement is a change in the femur, whereas a pincer impingement is a change on the acetabulum
and the audio version…
Here were the links I mentioned:
Check out the long sit test (from Physical Therapy Nation):
Here is a video of the Hruska Adduction Lift Test (learned it from PRI)
Here are some infrasternal angle resources:
Here is a picture of a cam and pincer lesion:
Here is an adductor pullback (courtesy of a young Z)
Here is a clamshell with a shift (courtesy of IFAST)
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