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Improve Hip Mobility Using Both the Quads and the Hamstrings

Do you use PNF to improve mobility regularly? It’s a great, non-threatening way to not only improve mobility, but to re-educate newly gained mobility from any manual technique, corrective exercise, or repeated loading strategy.

Below is a video shot at the Inaugural Garage Series, Modern Manual Therapy – The Eclectic Approach to UQ and LQ Assessment and Treatment, in Mt. Airy, MD. In it, you’ll learn

  • a modern take on why increased tone of the agonist reduces mobility à in this this hip flexor facilitation reducing active and passive hip flexion
  • how to use agonist reversals to reeducate a loss of mobility or to groove the pattern of newly regained mobility
Agonist Reversals to Improve Hip Mobility

Remember, PNF is not just for neuro or peds patients. PNF is for anyone who needs proprioception, neuromuscular reeducation, and some facilitation. Sound like anyone in your caseload?

The full video including hip and knee pattern assessment, IASTM, and knee reset example is on Modern Manual Therapy! Subscribe now to see it!

Interested in live cases where I apply this approach and integrate it with pain science, manual therapy, repeated motions, IASTM, with emphasis on patient education? Check out Modern Manual Therapy!

Keeping it Eclectic...

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