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Leg Slap Pelvic Mobilization

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Self Care – Pain in the mid-calf and heel

The sacrotuberous ligament a thick band of connective tissue that ties the low back, sacrum, ilium, ischium and becomes the hamstring tendon. It usually requires some persistence to resolve. Don’t use heat here. It feels good but inflammation sets in a few hours later. making this worse. The first line of defense is ice. This …

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Sacrotuberous Ligament – Massage Therapy Notes

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Pelvic Ligaments – Functional Anatomy

Here, I explore the anatomy of the pelvic ligaments, their structure, attachments, and how they mature through the decades of a person’s life. Progression of Fusion A complex fascial structure wraps the major bony structures of the pelvis. Like those osseous structures, the ligaments also evolve as we age. As a result, we have more …

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Self Care – Releasing hip trigger points with a tennis ball

This is a VERY useful home care activity for clients with chronic trigger points in the hips. This not only includes clients with hip pain but the pain that extends down the side of the leg, down the back of the leg, and seizing hamstrings. Your neuromuscular therapist can use assessment to pinpoint the spot …

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