Leg Length Discrepancy or Neuromuscular Imbalance? Here’s one Way to Tell

In the manual therapy video below, NAIOMT faculty member Stacy Soappman demonstrates one way to determine if a patient has a leg length discrepancy or neuromuscular imbalance following a hip replacement.

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One thought on “Leg Length Discrepancy or Neuromuscular Imbalance? Here’s one Way to Tell

  1. From your experience are there specific training exercises you’d recommend for psoas and quad lumborum relaxation in this instance?

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