Just in case you missed last night’s Movement Debrief Episode 17, here is a copy of the video and audio for your listening pleasure.
Here’s what we talked about:
- What makes getting patients to do their home exercises challenging.
- Strategies I implement to increase adherence.
- How I determine when sagittal plane control is adequate.
- What I think PT will be like 25 years from now.
Major thanks to Dani Overcash, an awesome writer in her own right, for asking a really great question.
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The Fundamental Rehab Technique
It’s a classic that does so much more than the naked eye can see. This round of “Movement Deep Dive” focuses on the 90/90 hip lift, and some of my favorite variances off that move.
I hope you have your pen and paper handy to take notes, because this video is a long one.
If videos aren’t your thing, I’ve provided a modified transcript below. I would recommend both watching the video and reading the post to get the most out of the material.
Continue reading “90/90 Hip Lift – A Movement Deep Dive”
If you missed me live, you can check out Episode 4 of Movement Debrief below. We hit a small technical difficulty early on, but it all ended up working out.
We discuss the following concepts:
- Why I Emphasize Hamstrings before quadriceps after ACL reconstruction
- Why Hip Rotation isn’t always a reliable measure
- Interpreting the Ober’s Test
- Meeting the Patient’s Needs vs the Clinician’s Needs
I apologize that the quality is not so great. I’ve moved to a rural part of Arizona, which as of right now does not allow for the best of streaming. If you friend me on facebook, however, you can watch the live stream, which has surprisingly much better quality.
Click here for the post I mentioned discussing combining blood flow restriction training with E-stim.