Movement Debrief Episode 26 is in the books. Here is a copy of the video and audio for your listening pleasure.
Here were all the topics:
- What treatment parameters should be considered when working with someone who is overly kyphotic
- What to look at when assessing a total hip arthroplasty
- What training pieces should be considered and focused on with a total hip arthroplasty
- Should anything be avoided on the training floor with a total hip arthroplasty?
- How do I restore shoulder flexion
- How do I use cervical rotation to restore cervical lordosis
- What exactly do I mean by restoring sagittal, frontal, and transverse planes?
- How do I assess the three planes
- How do I restore the three planes
- Can the ribcage and t-spine act independently?
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Here were the links I mentioned tonight
An Anatomic Investigation of the Ober’s Test
The Ultimate Guide to Treating Ankle Sprains
Ipsilateral Hip Abductor Weakness after Inversion Ankle Sprain
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Did you miss yesterday’s Movement Debrief? We had a lot of fun. The first time I went on facebook, twitter, and Instagram simultaneously.
This debrief was a bit different, as it didn’t involve as much reflection on my patient care, but more on the wonderful continuing education weekend I had.
I got to spend time with all my friends learning about a lot of different things. And it led to some great reflections.
Here’s what I talked about:
- Why trial and error is important
- Being outcome-focused
- How triplanar movement impacts single plane movements
- Why having a good network is important
- Keys the networking
- The importance of mentors
If you want to watch these live, add me on Facebook, Instagram, or Twitter. They air every Wednesday at 8:30pm CST.