Ever experience patients coming into the clinic with elbow pain, perhaps as a result of a fall on an outstretched hand? In the manual therapy video below, NAIOMT’s Stacy Soappman reviews the Abducted Ulna, and demonstrates testing and manipulation that can be performed, when appropriate, to regain the lateral glide. Let us know if you… Continue reading Testing and Manip of the Abducted Ulna
This week, we recommend taking a look at an abstract that was published in June 2016: Neuromechanical response to spinal manipulation therapy: effects of a constant rate of force application. Why do I think this one matters? Well…physics. It all comes back to physics. Speed. Velocity. Amplitude. All words that made my head spin during college… Continue reading Abstract of the Week: Neuromechanical response to spinal manipulation therapy: effects of a constant rate of force application.
In the manual therapy video below, NAIOMT faculty member Bill Temes details how to properly perform an assessment of the inferior tib-fib joint. Leave a comment below with any questions you may have, and to learn more about assessment and manipulation of the lower quadrant and other regions join us for one of the many manual therapy courses taking place across… Continue reading Assessment Of The Inferior Tib-Fib Joint
In the manual therapy video below NAIOMT Faculty Member Steve Allen, PT, OCS, COMT, FAAOMPT takes us through an effective cuneiform manipulation. For more manual therapy guidance with Steve, join him for his Lower Extremity course in Kansas City, MO October 21-22, or browse other upcoming courses offered throughout the country here.
The following video is an excerpt from one of our Texas-based manual therapy continuing education courses (which are offered in regions throughout the country). In it, NAIOMT Faculty Michael Lucido, PT, DPT, OCS, COMT, FAAOMPT conducts manipulation for osteoarthritis of the base of thumb. Leave any questions may have below!
By Brett Windsor, PT So let’s return to our last case. We spoke about the SI Joint up-slip. We’ve ruled out serious problems. And we have at least one, if not two, plausible theories from a clinical perspective about what may actually be happening with the patient. We can’t prove either of them, but it’s… Continue reading The SI Joint Upslip Part 2
By: Brett Windsor, PT Photo by Deborah Morrison. Some rights reserved. http://tinyurl.com/m6tq9br In one post I spoke about a patient with an “SI joint up-slip” that could be manipulated. I got comments in response – inevitably looking for the evidence – what references I had to support my contention. Well, I don’t have any references. I’m… Continue reading The SI Joint Upslip…