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Tough to Treat

Apr 27, 2023

In this "shortie" episode Erica discusses different ways she assesses the knee. 


There are 3 parts to the knee joint and assessing a movement pattern that takes into account all these regions is key. 


It's not all about patellar tracking, right? 


More often than not, one part of the knee is being compressed...

Apr 20, 2023

Erica and Susan have presented several podcasts discussing the exercise progression of the foot as the primary and secondary driver. 

Today they discuss the idea of taking the movement pattern down a couple of steps in preparation for the foot to handle loads, change the body posture, and progress to appropriate AP...

Apr 13, 2023

This is part 2 of a short webinar on the interactions of the functional anatomy and physiology of the GI system, presented by Susan Clinton.


This will give listeners a nice story of these systems in aspects of digestion and this affects other systems.


A glance at this episode:

  • [1:25] The importance of...

Apr 6, 2023

Answer: A dominant movement pattern that is the same across all this patient's activities. 

No 1- weightlifters brace and dump their shoulder blades when they rack squat. A very common pattern for this movement, especially when you are lifting over #200 +. 

The problem is when this becomes dominant for all movements.