Many forget that Flexor Hallicus Longus originates from the posterior aspect of the fibula. This needle (not in picture) is at mid-shaft of the posterior fibula and we can see isolated 1st digit flexion and tendon activation posterior to the medial malleolus. Just another reminder of the intricate pulley system that our musculoskeletal system is… Read More Video – Flexor Hallucis Longus #DryNeedling + stim
An athlete doesn’t necessarily care about their Thomas Test results, but what they DO care about is performance and injury risk. I always find one test, movement, or impairment to immediately re-test – whether it’s pre- and post- dry needling, manual work, or corrective exercise…there should be a noticeable change to them (and me). If… Read More Video – #dryneedling for Thomas Test gains
The thing about blogs is I tend to procrastinate on them, so I apologize for the sabbatical. We’ve been busy in the clinic, but my main excuse is my enthrallment in March Madness, which brings me to the thought at hand. Many of you (like me) watched Louisville secure the National Championship against Michigan last… Read More Where does Physical Therapy fit in sports?