from the foot to the knee. As we continuing to move up the kinetic chain, we see that pathokinematics impact the hip as they do the knee, foot and ankle and the structures inbetween.
ill typically present in one of the following ways:
sacrum and superior margin of the greater sciatic notch and inserts at the superior medial portion of the greater trochanter.
surfaces of the femur and the acetabulum are covered with articular cartilage which essentially allows for smooth and pain free range of motion of the hip.
Next week we will look at the impact these movements have on the lumbar spine and sacrum. If you like what you read the biggest compliment you can give to us is to share the passion. Follow us on Twitter @ACL_prevention or on Facebook at Athletic Therapy Services. Remember #MoveRight, last longer and perform better!