Elbow Joint Mobilizations

Elbow Joint Mobilizations

      Elbow Injuries When one thinks of elbow injuries, lateral epicondylitis, epicondylosis, and/or eipcondylalgia comes to mind.  Perhaps you know this better as tennis elbow but we all know these pathologies go beyond just tennis players.  Construction workers,...
Not All Ankle Sprains Are Equal

Not All Ankle Sprains Are Equal

          Ankle Sprain Mechanisms Injuries to ankle ligaments typically fall into one of two buckets.  Lateral ankle sprains are the result of an inversion with plantarflexion stress and syndesmotic, AKA high ankle sprains, are attributed to forceful dorsiflexion with...
The Knee: More than a hinge joint!

The Knee: More than a hinge joint!

            Hinge Joint The knee is a hinge joint with two-degrees of freedom:  flexion/extension and rotation.  With the concave tibial plateau and convex femoral condyles, open kinetic chain knee mobility involves rolling/gliding of a concave surface on a convex...