Pelvic Evaluation for Lower Limb Conditions

Uncategorized Oct 04, 2016

How can you tell if the lower limb condition(s) you’re treating are caused by a pelvic compensation?

Interviewing Clifton Bradeley, UK Podiatrist & MSk Specialist, was eye-opening, to say the least!

Unfortunately for Clifton, a leg length difference and pelvic imbalance ended his professional running career. However, he still holds the indoor record for the fastest 1500m Senior Boys record.

Fortunately for you, Clifton has spent his career understanding pelvic dysfunction as it relates to the lower limb.

In this concise interview, Clifton reveals:

  • What you can do to create the most effective gait analysis process in your clinic (without costing a bomb!)
  • What single anatomical site you must observe to tell you if your client has a pelvic dysfunction (and it’s not in the foot, leg or bum!)
  • What priceless assessment tool to use (that you already own!)
  • What heel raise % to use and why 
  • What to watch out for in terms of common compensation patterns (that will change your biomechanical conclusions!)

Check it out here:


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