Performance Therapy — Assessment

Assessing Hip Pain & Dysfunction: Hip Abduction

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Assessing Hip Pain & Dysfunction: Hip Abduction

Stuart Hinds demonstrates assessment of the hip abductors with background information on the origins of the NAT Hip Protocol and how to recognise hip holding patterns.

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Assessing Athletes for Common Hip, Knee and Shin Pain

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Assessing Athletes for Common Hip, Knee and Shin Pain

How the smartphone has become the therapists magic tool! Runners frequently develop hip, knee and shin pain much of which may have trigger points as a root cause. Because trigger points make their host muscles shorter, weaker, and less efficient, this will often cause the runner to unknowingly compensate putting undesired strain on other muscles, with a knock-on effect in form, technique and performance. In today's video blog, Stuart Hinds shows how he uses the video app on his phone to assess the running technique of his clients, and to help identify those tiny but all important signals that something might...

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Assessing Shoulder and Neck Pain

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Assessing Shoulder and Neck Pain

Simple tests can often help determine the nature of shoulder and neck injuries and in some cases, the connection between the two. In this video blog, Stuart Hinds presents an overview of the assessment techniques typically used in-clinic.

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