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Therapy Notes – Lower Extremity

Therapy Notes – Gluteus Medius

Anatomy Review? A displaced sacroiliac often perpetuates the gluteus medius trigger points. Pelvic balance is the key to lasting results. Each therapist has their own method of pelvic balancing. I prefer craniostructural work with SOT blocking but also use METs, strain-counterstrain, and some NMT techniques. The anterior section is difficult to release without balancing the …

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Therapy Notes – Gluteus Minimus

The gluteus minimus is a fan-shaped muscle deep in the lateral hip. The trigger points in this muscle are often perpetuated by sacroiliac joint dysfunction. Anatomy Review? A displaced sacroiliac often perpetuates the gluteus minimus trigger points. Pelvic balance can be key to lasting results. Each therapist has their own method of pelvic balancing. I …

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