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HALLUX LIMITUS - NEW CONSERVATIVE TREATMENTS

Apr 23, 2019
 

This blog details a case study of a woman in her 50's presented with:

  • Hallux Limitus with confirmed osteophytes and DJD
  • Refused any surgical recommendations (her mother had a very unsuccessful result)
  • Her feet were her primary mode of transport (refused to own a car for philosophical reasons)
  • Had no success with orthotic therapy

What conservative treatment(s) would you recommend if this patient presented in your clinic?

Discover the 3 Step treatment plan that helped this case and see what could help your next Hallux Limitus case!

FMT WORKSHOP DETAILS HERE

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IMPACTOR/ACTIVATOR TEDNIQUES FOR THE LOWER LIMB

Mar 30, 2019
 

How can we enhance clinical outcomes through neurological inputs?

Check out this quick blog on this HVLA Tool - the Impactor.

Looking to develop your FMT skills?

>> New to FMT? - Level 1 details here: https://bit.ly/2GY33H7
>> Advanced FMT 2+3 details here: https://bit.ly/2HsB3un

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1ST MtPJ MOBILISATION

Mar 29, 2019
 

In this vlog, you'll discover:

  • the clinical clues of Hallux problems to pay attention to
  • the clinical tests to do before you mobilise
  • the mobilisation actions
  • the end-range (and mid-range) qualities to observe

Looking to develop your FMT skills?

>> New to FMT? - Level 1 details here: https://bit.ly/2GY33H7
>> Advanced FMT 2+3 details here: https://bit.ly/2HsB3un

 

Any questions? Let me know ...

Ted

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FIBULA HEAD MANIPULATION

Mar 27, 2019
 

In this vlog, you'll discover:

  • the common cause of Fibula Head displacement
  • the anatomical structures that cause Fibula Head compensations
  • the clinical clues to pay attention to
  • the clinical tests to do before you mobilise
  • the manipulation actions
  • the end-range qualities to observe

Looking to develop your FMT skills?

>> New to FMT? - Level 1 details here: https://bit.ly/2GY33H7
>> Advanced FMT 2+3 details here: https://bit.ly/2HsB3un

 

Any questions? Let me know ...

Ted

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CUBOID MOBILISATION

Mar 26, 2019
 

The Cuboid is at the effect of multiple MSK compensations, especially in patients who have sustained an ankle inversion injury in their lifetime (and how many of your patients have ever rolled their ankle?!?).

Cuboid Mobilisation can help calluses and IPK's of the 5th Met Head

This blog highlights:

  • the clinical clues to pay attention to
  • the clinical test to do before you mobilise or manipulate the Cuboid
  • the gentle Cuboid Mobilisation. actions

 

 Looking to develop your FMT skills?

>> New to FMT? - Level 1 details here: https://bit.ly/2GY33H7
>> Advanced FMT 2+3 details here: https://bit.ly/2HsB3un

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CUNEIFORM MOBILISATION

Mar 25, 2019
 

Helping forefoot conditions by treating the midfoot - release restrictions at the base of the metatarsals to enable easier dorsiflexion of the Met-Heads so that GRF's at the FFT can be more easily dissipated.

This blog highlights:

  • the clinical clues to consider
  • the clinical tests to do before you mobilise the Cuneiforms
  • the Cuneiform mobilisation actions
  • the joint 'qualities' options to observe

 Looking to develop your FMT skills?

>> New to FMT? - Level 1 details here: https://bit.ly/2GY33H7
>> Advanced FMT 2+3 details here: https://bit.ly/2HsB3un

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CUBOID - Black Snake Whip Manipulation

Mar 24, 2019
 

The Talus is at the effect of multiple MSK compensations, especially in patients who have sustained an ankle inversion injury in their lifetime (and how many of your patients have ever rolled their ankle?!?).

This blog highlights:

  • the clinical clues to pay attention to
  • the clinical test to do before you mobilise or manipulate the Cuboid
  • the High Velocity Cuboid Manip. actions

 

 Looking to develop your FMT skills?

>> New to FMT? - Level 1 details here: https://bit.ly/2GY33H7
>> Advanced FMT 2+3 details here: https://bit.ly/2HsB3un

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TALAR MOBILISATION

Mar 23, 2019
 

The Talus, aka Astragalus, is the centre of postural harmony + stability plus one of the 3 core sites of mechanoreceptors for postural equilibrium.

The Talus is commonly forced to compensate after an ankle inversion injury (and how many of your patients have ever rolled their ankle?!?).

This blog highlights:

  • the clinical clues to pay attention to
  • the clinical tests to do before you mobilise the Talus
  • the Talar mobilisation actions

 

 Looking to develop your FMT skills?

>> New to FMT? - Level 1 details here: https://bit.ly/2GY33H7
>> Advanced FMT 2+3 details here: https://bit.ly/2HsB3un

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FIBULA HEAD MOBILISATION

Mar 22, 2019
 

In this vlog, you'll discover:

  • the common cause of Fibula Head displacement
  • the anatomical structures that cause Fibula Head compensations
  • the clinical clues to pay attention to
  • the clinical tests to do before you mobilise
  • the mobilisation actions
  • the end-range qualities to observe

Any questions? Let me know ...

Ted

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DISTAL FIBULA MOBILISATION

Mar 21, 2019
 

The Distal Fibula Mobilisation (DFM) plays a key role in assessing and treating ankle and lateral leg MSK conditions.

This lesson covers:

  • Why ankles are so important for lower limb conditions
  • Clinical Clues and Indications for the DFM
  • Clinical Tests to consider before using the DFM
  • Action steps for the DFM
  • End Range Qualities to notice

Details for Foot Mobilisation Level 1 Workshops are here.

Details for Advanced FMT Levels 2+3 are here.

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