Part 1 is here.
Her original complaints included severe ITB "tightness" and pain in her right anterior hip/inguinal area. Treatment last week
- right psoas and QL release
- ITB work with the EDGE
- left hamstring and glut static bridges for endurance (tested inhibited)
- cuing to bring her right UE closer to her body and avoid swining
- cuing to think about increasing right hip extension
- attempting to land with her feet underneath her to prevent overstriding
Here is her second vid one week later. Note that she is also running in her normal 0 mm drop minimalist shoes. She had forgotten her running shoes the week before and had to run in 12 mm drops. She was surprised that she was still heel striking. Like the studies suggest, many runners are mistaken in regard to their striking pattern. The patient was mortified actually, as she teaches running form at a local running shoe shop.
Changes from last week:
- decreased right UE abduction, but still greater on the right with increased trunk rotation
- better hip extension with no excessive lumbar hinging
- also reports elimination of right anterior hip pain this week
- more stability in her knees (could be attributed to not having excessive shoe support - increasing her proprioception)
To work on:
- still overstriding on right compared to the left - increasing GRF on the painful side
- filming outside with different sets of cameras (ground, farther away shot) as many runners have more of a normal gait outside versus on the treadmill
Are you guys catching anything else? Any more changes from week 1 to week 2?