Evaluating the SI Joint can be challenging with very small amounts of movement and tests with variable statistical values.
Read more Challenges of SI Testing: Part 2
The SI joint is stabilized by a network of ligaments and muscles. The normal sacroiliac joint has been shown to have approximately 2-4 mm of movement. So yes, the SIJ does move!
Read more Challenges of SI Testing: Part 1
Assessing the value of "Special Tests" can be a clinical challenge.
Read more Putting “Special Tests” in Perspective
Bone Stress Injuries (BSI) are the result of a bone’s inability to tolerate repeated mechanical loads.
Read more Assessing Risk of Bone Stress Injuries
A variety of ankle injuries that could benefit from ankle mobilizations to restore range of motion and function.
Read more Ankle Mobilization Techniques to Improve Motion