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Janda Assessment and Treatment of Muscle Imbalance

Assessment and Treatment of Muscle Imbalance:The Janda Approach, a book by Phillip Page, Clare Frank, Robert Lardner

Central Sensitization: Recognition and Treatment – IFOMPT 2016

Central Sensitization: Recognition and Treatment – IFOMPT 2016

We all have training biases that ultimately can lead to muscle imbalances. If left unchecked, these imbalances can impact performance and lead to an increased risk of injury. I asked nine of the best rehab and fitness professionals I know to share what they use as "the best exercises to address muscular imbalances"

We all have training biases that ultimately can lead to muscle imbalances. If left unchecked, these imbalances can

High #Hip Muscle #Imbalance #ChiropracticCanHelp

High Hip Muscle Imbalance- Can be helped by therapeutic massage plus stretching & strengthening exercises!

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Lemon Balm: A Calming Alternative To Bone-Damaging Anti-Anxiety Drugs

Stress and anxiety damage bones by raising cortisol levels and causing an acidifying imbalance in the body. So naturally, reducing stress and anxiety makes

Muscle Length Testing handy table

Bottom Line Secrets, a free e-newsletter, recently featured Dr. Phil Page in an article about simple exercises for muscle imbalance syndromes. He provides simple exercises for knee pain, hip pain, as well as upper back and shoulder pain… Read the

sprained ankle treatment, rehab, recovery time - ankle sprains, ligaments - plantar flexion and inversion sprain

Sprained ankle treatment, rehab, and recovery time is the subject of the latest edition of The Trainer's Room. The doctors from the Mountain View Pain Center check in with a discussion of ankle sprains, including the various grades & affected ligaments.

Common knee injuries and runners knee - Do your knees sometimes give you the blues? | Sports Injury Bulletin

Cryotherapy - how to apply ice to sports injuries to avoid haematoma - Free at the Sports Injury Bulletin Library

Previously, we have discussed both the utility of Vastus Medialis Obliquus strengthening in the treatment of Patellofemoral Pain Syndrome (PFPS) and the underlying biomechanical etiology of PFPS. If the literature has shown focusing on local factors (VMO) to be ineffective, what can you do to help your patients with this painful condition? Posterolateral Hip Musculature StrengtheningRead more

PFPS Treatment: Hip and Quadriceps Strengthening

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