Solutions for Improved Lumbo-Pelvic-Hip Function

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Video Chapters

  • Chp. 1 Introduction
  • Chp. 2 Core is a Four-Letter Word
  • Chp. 3 The Body's Stability "Systems"
  • Chp. 4 The Question of Stability vs. Mobility
  • Chp. 5 Review of Common Mechanical Injuries
  • Chp. 6 The Illiopsoas-A Miracle Muscle
  • Chp. 7 Distal Influences on the Lumbo-Pelvic-Hip Complex
  • Chp. 8 Know Thy Pelvic-Static Assessment Tools
  • Chp. 9 Functional Movement Assessment Tools
  • Chp. 10 Corrective Intervention

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Eighty-five percent of all adults will experience low-back pain during their lifetime. Limitations and dysfunctions of the hip joint result in a transfer of responsibility to the lumbar spine, which is not designed to work the way the hips do. We will take a look at the functional interdependency of the hips and the lumbar spine, and delve into the unique mechanical properties of the iliopsoas muscle and it’s affect on upper-body and lower-body motion.
By Anthony Carey, MA

Anthony Carey, MA

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