Steel Mace Thursday ⚔️
MOBILITY + STRENGTH.
The beauty of the mace is the rotational application that occurs as a result of the physics of the tool itself. Mobility is ALWAYS important, BUT even more so when coordinating rotational movements of the body. This is a set I do myself. It’s a mobilization and primer followed by the loaded strength movement. Why?
⚔️The FMS band movement prepares my nervous system and soft tissue for work. It helps with conditioning the plasticity of ALL soft tissue and neural communication
⚔️MOBILIZING. Specifically I am working on remaining STABLE, While I am ACTIVELY performing Throracic Extension AND INCREASING my working range of motion in my hips. With the FMS band movement I have to actively engage core and extend BOTH the right and left Arms.
⚔️STRENGTH.Now I can pick up the SteelMace and perform the squat with rear OH press AND I am PREPARED to call on all the tissue and motor pattern to execute properly.
Having difficulty in the treatment of a “stiff knee,” “total knee replacements,” or “patella Mal-tracking due to soft tissue restrictions”?
Is passive stretching very uncomfortable for the patient? Not improving knee flexion ROM and feels like there is still room to go?
Not all #mobility deficits are due to “joint” restrictions, but consider the soft tissue’s influence on the joints available motion
Are you implementing soft tissue mobilization, especially “Pin and Stretch” also known in some schools of thought as “Anchoring” to improve ROM, pain and outcomes?
Joseph E Musculino DC states “The pin and stretch technique focuses the force of a stretch to a specific region of the muscle. The therapist uses their hand (or other body part such as an elbow or forearm) to manually place a “pin” into the belly of the muscle and then moves one of the muscle’s attachments away from that pinned point. The pin acts to stop the stretch force from spreading to the rest of the muscle beyond the pin point. Therefore, with the pin and stretch technique, the force of the stretch will be concentrated to the region of the muscle that is between the pinned point and the attachment that is moved”
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Thursday Morning Mobility 🧘🏻♀️
The Windmill is my favorite All In One mobility drill. Why?
🧘🏻♀️Opens Thoracic Spine, Mobilizes Spine, Hips, Hamstrings, Calves and soles feet. 🧘🏻♀️Activates Nervous System of the same Structures
🧘🏻♀️It is Triplanar, so prepares you for working in all 3 planes of motion
There are slightly different variations of this movement. This is how so execute:
⚔️Feet slightly wider than shoulder width ⚔️Turn them about 30 degrees ⚔️Bend Knee of Leg that is same direction toes are pointed ⚔️Drive opposite Hip out
⚔️Rear Arm extended above you, Front arm traces leg with back of hand. Turn head and look up at top hand.
⚔️work LEVELS. Level 1-knee, Level 2- Ankle, Level 3- Fingertips to floor, Level 4- Hand flat on floor.
⚔️Only work level you can without breaking form
⚔️Repeat desired reps for both sides
Deze athleet had last van SI-gewrichtspijn.
Dit is te herkennen aan
-Pijn in de onderrug (aan 1 kant).
-Uitstralende pijn naar het bovenbeen.
De klachten nemen toe bij staan, lopen, squaten buigen en draaibewegingen.
Wat is eraan te doen?
Een blokkade van het SI-gewricht kan met fysiotherapie verholpen worden. Mobilisatie technieken en of mobiliserende oefeningen kunnen ervoor zorgen dat de blokkade weer wordt opgeheven.
This athlete had sacroiliac pain. Recognizable by;
-Pain in the lower back (on one side).
-Radiating pain to the upper leg.
The pain increases with standing, walking, squats, bending and rotational movements.
What can be done about it?
A blockage to the SI joint can be remedied with physiotherapy. Mobilization techniques and mobilizing exercises can ensure that the blockage disapears.
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👊 Stress and anxiety plays a huge role in maintaining wellness. If one system is negatively influenced by stress or anxiety it can create a compensation in the body and can create a greater (and unnecessary) workload on the opposing systems. Taking time for yourself on a daily basis to create stability mentally, physically and emotionally will put you on the right path to wellness!
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Here's a simple modification that you can make to the well known "pigeon" stretch, in order to take it to the next level.
This mobilization works great for those of you with tight glutes, or potentially for those mild low back aches.
Go as far into the stretch as you can comfortably go, and beware ⚠️ of any numbness or tingling that you feel in the glute or down the leg.
Disclaimer: please consult your healthcare professional to see if this stretch is right for you. This stretch may not be appropriate for everyone.
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Majority of surgeons and therapists do not pay attention to scars.
It’s important to have soft tissue mobilization as part of your therapy for several reasons: -Improve circulation/healing
-Bring back sensation (as many times scars if not treated can be numb for many months)
-Proper gliding of fascia and muscle avoiding fascia pulling and imbalance in the future.
- Scar on abdomen can compromise organ function and we don’t want that. -Aesthetic reasons (which helps patient to accept better the scar, that can some times can be an emotional trauma)
I used soft tissue/fascia mobilization and of course #ANF discs @aminopainacademy which speeds the recover in mor then 100x. I use the lymphatic protocol combined with healing frequency for the inflammation then antioxidants, oxygen and some WBC.
This is a post op hip replacement.
1st picture 16/07 (15 days Post op and 1st appointment with me)
2nd picture 19/07 (notice how the marks and colors has changed)
3rd picture 13/08 (no more adhesions and a beautiful scar)
PS: It is never to late to work on scars, ideally straight after surgery but even 10 years, 30 years later can have a great result too.
🤲 Manual Monday BACK PAIN 🤲 (🔊on❗️)
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🎚 On this #ManualMonday turn that sound up to hear about a how dry needling can be used to treat pain in the mid scapular region
📍 Dry needling is being used to treat the soft tissue in and around the mid thoracic spine for relief of mechanical mid back pain. In this video you will see I treated 3 levels of the thoracic multifidi muscles and then I needled the serratus posterior superior, rhomboid, and upper trapezius muscles
🤩 The benefit is a reduction in pain and an improvement in #mobility 👌🏼 Follow up with #manipulation or #mobilization techniques once the muscle guarding has calmed down
🤩 This technique is complimentary to a full #movement assessment, other joint mobility work, soft tissue techniques, and self management strategies especially thoracic mobility work
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Aight, stop looking at my junk and answer the following question - am I working hip MObility here, or hip STAbility here? The answer is both. Can you explain? If so, comment below. If not, read on. .
#STAbility is a component of MObility - it is the concept of STAbilzing something (a joint) while MOving something else (also a joint), OR resisting #movement from an external force such as a heavy gust of wind...hopefully not from somebody’s butt. .
Somewhat oldschool mentality may associate only FLEXibility (how bendy you are) with #mobility , but that is incomplete. 100%...#musclefibres MUST have length! But look at the word “FLEX” - implying #muscleactivation , not just being able to passively move the joint with an external force. .
This here half #hipcar drill is a #mobilization for my r.hip and a #stability#exercise for my l.hip AND...#collapsedarch (bonus tip. you’re welcome.) - WITH a personal bias towards the later.
Know what your body needs.
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Lateral Ankle Sprains: What's New ?
[SERIES 2/7]: Diagnostics
For severe ankle sprains, a fracture should be excluded by Ottawa ankle rules (OAR), and if indicated, x-rays should be ordered.
15% of patients with LAS, are diagnosed with an ankle fracture using x-ray.
The OARs are an accurate and valid tool, within 1 week after the initial trauma.
The Bernese ankle rules (BAR) have been developed as response to the high rate of unnecessary radiographs based on OAR findings.
However, the sensitivity of the BAR is too low to promote clinical use.
3 classification represent three grades of injury:
Grade I, mild ankle sprain
Grade II, moderate sprain/microligament lesions
Grade III, severe sprain/full ligament lesion
Ultrasonography has similar sensitivity (92%) but lacks specificity (64%) compared with delayed examination.
In cases with persisting symptoms, MRI may be used to diagnose underlying joint damage. .
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Guidelines now should include parametric properties of the most popular clinical decision rules (Ottawa Ankle and Bernese Rules)
The sensitivity (84%) and specificity (96%) of the anterior drawer test to determine ATFL tears are optimized if clinical assessment is delayed until 4 and 5 days post injury. .
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Vuuberg et al. 2018. Diagnosis, treatment and prevention of ankle sprains: an update if an evidence based guideline. BJSM. 52(15), 956.