Recently, I have been receiving requests from manual therapists for case study examples that may give the therapist guidance in providing treatment to their patients. As each condition and each patient is unique, it is quite difficult to choose one or two as examples as a general guideline…it simply doesn’t exist. Rather than discuss a case … [Read more...]
The role of ankle ligaments and articular geometry in stabilizing the ankle.
I believe that we as manual therapist should have the same goal for our patients who do not qualify as surgical candidates. One of my main goals with my patients who have ankle injuries is to to create a "Talus Neutral" position to assist in restoring function and ROM. It's a great start. From there it's important to then educate them and provide … [Read more...]
Syndesmosis Ankle Sprains
Thought about writing a piece on Syndesmosis Ankle Sprains when I discovered a well written article be a new friend of mine Whitney Lowe. Have a read, you'll be glad you did. Click here to read the article. … [Read more...]
Merry Christmas and Happy New Years!
Merry Christmas from all of us at Ligamentous Articular Strain Technique! May you al be surrounded by close friends and family and may the next year bring you joy and prosperity! … [Read more...]
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