Many people, most of the time, move without thinking about what they are doing. The right muscles fire at the right time to prepare, support and execute the desired moment. Sometimes, though, perhaps in response to pain or injury, we change the way we move, using some muscles too much as a stabilising strategy, which can become a ‘lock’ and create knock-on imbalances in the kinetic chain. This article looks at some of the locks that you are likely to see in your patients and how you can treat them. This article has been extracted from chapter 6 of the author’s book The Power and the Grace.
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There are many types of headache but the two that commonly occur with neck pain are tension-type headache and cervicogenic headache. This article will enable you to make a differential diagnosis and to treat your patient appropriately, as well as helping you to recognise the red flag signs for serious pathologies that require further investigation and referral to the appropriate professionals.
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If missed or misdiagnosed, syndesmosis injuries are one of the most common causes of chronic ankle dysfunction and potential degenerative disease. Early and good diagnosis of the grade of injury (covered in Part 1) is crucial for good rehabilitation. With the right management, there is a high rate of return to any level of sport (including preinjury levels) after injury. This article gives you examples of rehabilitation protocols for the different grades of injury that you can amend to provide the best personalised care for your patient’s optimal return to their chosen activity.
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