Manual Correction for Rolling Patterns | Modern Manual Therapy Blog

Manual Correction for Rolling Patterns

Rolling Patterns are a popular assessment and corrective exercise for both upper and lower quarter MSK issues. Many resort to complex methods of banded resistance to help promote the correct motor program. Since you're already spending time with your patient/client, why not use manual resistance via isometrics and resistance through the range to help get through the sticking points?




After helping the patient with manual resistance, the movements should be much easier. Regular practice with good dosage will ingrain the new motor pattern.

Manual Correction for Rolling Patterns



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