Monthly Archives: March 2016

5 Different Ways To Enhance Knee to Wall Ankle Mobility

Knee to wall is a very common assessment tool and exercise prescribed when it comes to rehabbing a stiff ankle. However, I think there are many ways to enhance the exercise and the most important way isn’t even on the below list. The biggest mistake I see with knee to wall when done as an […]

5 Things you might see with Knee Pain outside of the normal

This week’s post title is a bit mis-leading because some of you may see this stuff with your knee pain patients already and it is “normal” for you, but I thought for many people these things may be interesting as they fall outside of the realm of the topics more commonly written about with knee […]

Taming of The Rib Flare

This week’s post is about the all too common issue of rib flaring. Rib flaring is an issue because it shows that there is typically a motor control problem in the individual stemming from both a mobility limitation and a lack of core stability. Someone presenting with a rib flare is likely to have a […]

The Problem with an Unwritten Physio Rule….

I know I promised to post a video outlining assessment/treatment/exercises for tibial internal rotation, but it can be a little tricky to find both a cameraman and a body to demonstrate on. Hopefully will get it done in the near future! Instead I thought I would post about another topic on my mind lately which […]

Top 3 Reasons Tibial Internal Rotation is Important

I posted an article earlier today on my Facebook page the top 5 things clinicians can commonly forget about in post-op ACL rehab by Dennis Treubig on The Manual Therapist’s website. One of the points listed was restoring tibial internal rotation. I find working on tibial IR is becoming fairly common protocol in the rehab […]