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Discussing dynamic ligament stabilization, performance of orthopaedic tests, and proper palpation technique for osseous articulations

October 25, 2011

In this video we discuss several concepts including dynamic ligament stabilization, the proper performance of several orthopaedic tests, as well as the proper palpation technique for palpating articular motion.  Further, we discuss how to achieve the joint ‘lock-out’ needed for effective manipulation and/or mobilization technique while remaining well within the normal range of motion of an articulation….and the difference between global joint movement vs. achieving specific segmental movement.

This footage was taken at a FUNCTIONAL ANATOMIC PALPATION SYSTEMS (F.A.P.) ‘Lower Limb’ seminar in Toronto, Ontario, Canada.

FUNCTIONAL ANATOMY SEMINARS.com

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  1. October 2, 2012 1:01 pm

    Reblogged this on Functional Anatomy Seminars – Functional Anatomic Palpation Systems™ | Functional Range Release™ and commented:

    From the Vault…Dr. Spina discusses the concept of dynamic ligament stabilization

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