Does your patient have difficulty opening doors due to a lack of supination following a forearm/wrist injury? In the manual therapy video below, watch NAIOMT faculty member Stacy Soappman as she shares one way to treat this. If interested in sharpening your clinical reasoning and upper extremity manual therapy skills in the clinic, reserve your… Continue reading One Way to Treat Lack of Supination in the Forearm
Since spring-like weather is taking its sweet time in many parts of the country, full-on cycling season has yet to blossom. Not being a huge fan of the lingering cold, myself, I’m among all the fair weather cyclists that have been crowding into spin class, preparing for warmer outdoor riding. And tends to happens when… Continue reading Cycling and my Obsession with Gluteus Medius and Piriformis
In the manual therapy video below, NAIOMT’s distinguished faculty instructor Ann Porter Hoke demonstrates an atlantoaxial rotary stability test (weight bearing-seated). For in-depth sessions with some of the field’s most seasoned and eclectic manual therapists and mentors, join us for one of these Cervical Spine I and II courses offered across the country. They can be taken in any… Continue reading Atlantoaxial Rotary Stability Test
In the manual therapy video below, former Washington Nationals baseball team lead physical therapist and NAIOMT faculty member, Angela Gordon, demonstrates a Glenohumeral Capsular Ligament Assessment. For a chance to learn from Angela in person, join us for Advanced Concepts for The Overhead Athlete April 28-29 in Richardson, TX or browse our full NAIOMT schedule for another manual therapy skill-building… Continue reading Glenohumeral Capsular Ligament Assessment
PTs may learn and go through the motions of a lumbar slump test. But do we understand why? In the video below, NAIOMT Faculty member Stacy Soappman discusses its significance. Let us know if you have questions, and if you’re looking to expand your clinical reasoning and manual therapy skills, join us for one of… Continue reading Why Do the Lumbar Slump Test?
In the video below, NAIOMT faculty Bill Temes addresses foot pathology in the distance runner at a recent Advanced Lower Quadrant Integration course in New York City. To continue the discussion, expand your knowledge in this area and set your clinical reasoning skills apart, join us for one of these upcoming lower extremity courses: Dallas,… Continue reading Foot Pathology in the Distance Runner
In the manual therapy video below–captured during a recent Thoracic Spine course in NYC–NAIOMT faculty member Terry Pratt, MS, PT, COMT, FAAOMPT discusses and demonstrates safety measures PTs can take with thoracic manipulations. Let us know if you have questions, and if you’d like to improve your Thoracic manual therapy and clinical reasoning skills in the clinic… Continue reading Thoracic Spine Manipulation Safety