Month: February 2016

Obturator Internus, Quadratus Femoris and Bursae.

For more fitness, rehab, and wellness news, follow us on Facebook and Twitter. Therapist guide: Obturator Internus (OI) and Quadratus Femoris (QF) treatment, rehab exercises and more. Patients with deep gluteal pain near the ischial tuberosity are often told they have

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Gluteal Enthesopathy Treatment

Follow us Manual Therapy UK   Twitter Gluteal Tendinopathy and Enthesopathy Treatment If you are reading this you probably have been diagnosed with a gluteal tendinopathy or enthesopathy (the attachment site of the tendon to the bone).  I hope this post helps

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Mobility Work Do’s and Don’ts

For more fitness, rehab, and wellness news, follow us on Facebook and Twitter. Evidence Chris Beardsley, the author of the Strength and Conditioning Research Review, gave this summary of the evidence: “Immediately after foam rolling, flexibility increases for about 10 minutes, but

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Tennis Elbow Treatment UK

For more fitness, rehab, and wellness news, follow us on Facebook and Twitter. A Patient Guide to Lateral Epicondylalgia (LE) aka Tennis Elbow. Research shows Myofascial Release is better than standard therapies. Exercises help- try isometric (no movement) and eccentric (negatives)

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Hip Bursitis Treatment UK

Health care providers who use therapy and prescribe exercise, like Manual Therapy UK for more original content, and information on my workshops! Patient guide: Greater Trochanteric Pain Syndrome (GTPS). aka “Hip Bursitis”, but it is often a glute tendon issue. Specific therapy and exercises

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Hamstring Therapy

Hamstring flexibility research Kage, Vijay.  Immediate effect of ART versus Mulligan bent lag raise in subjects with hamstring tightness: RCT.  Int J Physiother Res 201, Vol 2(1):301-04 A single session of ART is better as compared to MBLR technique to

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