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Working with the team at The PT Project goes to show how dedicated practitioners can come together to share information from around the world. I am happy to be part of the team.
Can clinical prediction tools determine females at risk for ACL injury? Can we prevent ACL injuries in females with prehabilitation exercises? Read this post to find out. . .
Habitual slumping can eventually alter the core and floor muscle action from a sustained endurance hold to an on/off phasic mode. When postural muscles fail in their endurance mode, strength muscles adapt or substitute to take over their role, but their unsuited physiology results in muscle tightness and fatigue.
It is crucial that routine screening tests and questions are introduced into athletic screening programs and for routine pelvic floor exercises to become a part of the training program.