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Frontal Plane and Knee Pain: Tennis Player

             Your plane or mine? Dysfunction is quite common in the frontal plane. Beyond uncontrolled or excessive valgus is a cornucopia of goodies to dig into. This image is perhaps a bit dated and myopic but serves it purpose. The key musculature responsible for providing frontal plane stability while on a […]
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Shoulder Dysfunction and Contra-Lateral Sacroiliac Joint Health in a Tennis Player

Happy Thursday night! It seems that I don’t usually get to posting on Thursday nights, but I’d like to get more regular with my blog. And no not to talk about increasing my fiber intake. I don’t have a video to share this week just some insights. (actually I just uploaded one for the edit!!) […]
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