Posts tagged "anatomy"
Where should a shoulder assessment start? Sue Falsone highlights ideal shoulder joint anatomy and identifies common issues, especially among overhead athle...
Don’t let anatomy scare you. Let Kathy Dooley show you that you need to feel the body and move the body in order to fully learn anatomy.
The body has inherent instabilities . . . as well as built-in methods to create stability. Charlie Weingroff explores the diaphragm as the most important core muscle, ensuring a stable ...
Does your client or patient have a winged scapula? Check and see what their core is doing.
Kathy Dooley explores the differences, in both anatomy and function, of the iliacus and psoas. It’s all about where they originate.
Eric Beard categorizes the musculature of the thoracic spine, discusses the different muscle groups and how they can control safe range of motion or contribute to stress and strain.
Do you check the range of motion of the great toe and metatarsals of your clients? This is often overlooked and has great implications for biomechanical compensations.
Qigong is one of the most layered, ancient and powerful practices used to bring about massive health benefits and recovery efforts. Chris Holder tells us how it’s still relevant today...
If you sit all day, you’ll eventually deal with hip compression. Kathy Dooley takes you to her working position—the lunge—for decompression and full hip extension.
The key to injury prevention and injury rehab is a sound understanding of functional anatomy. Mike Boyle clears up misconceptions about the anatomy responsible for hip flexion.
Everyone needs adequate thoracic mobility, but it is challenging to know how much each person needs. Taylor Lewis covers the anatomy to help you know where that movement originates.
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