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Novel Mobilizations for Ankle Mobility and Knee Stability

The lateral tibial glide is a great assessment and treatment when a patient lacks dorsiflexion. This could also lead to knee valgus instability during running, jumping or other CKC activities.

To get a refresher on lateral tibial glide, check out these posts first!
Self Lateral Tibial Glide Assessment

Self treatment after you improve this important component of ankle mobility is key for the improvements to continue between visits. In this video, I present two variations on self lateral tibial glide for homework. These are two of my favorites for my dynamic warm ups.

Improve Ankle Mobility and Knee Stability

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