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Compensatory Movements Observed in Hip Pain
Femoroacteabular impingement and movement impairments
Glut function changes in runners with achilles tendinopathy
Changes seen in the gluts of runners with achilles tendinopathy
EMG study on 3 weight-bearing exercises
EMG measurements support the use of the "wall push" in particular, for targeting the Posterior Gluteus Medius / free access paper
Low demand activities only not enough for Movement Screens
New research shows different movement behavior with load and speed
The Value of Eccentric Training
Free access paper on neuromuscular adaptation from Int J Sports Med
More evidence / motor control retraining and effect
Changes in muscle size predictive of lower limb injury in this study.
Full analysis of all movement faults is the key!
Injury Prevention in Youth Athletes
Injury risk: Different in team and individual youth sport
Elite Athletes and The Performance Matrix
Pain management is just not enough
Single leg squats are good for gluts
Asymetrical exercise to target the gluts
Movement faults in novice runners
New paper online identifying uncontrolled hip flexion
Therapeutic Exercise helps neck pain
Latest review in Physical Therapy
Adding to the hamstring puzzle
Movement assesssment results correlate with a history of hamstring injury
Is a new approach needed?
Improving core control can improve throwing velocity
Training in female handball players
Identifying uncontrolled movement
The pressure biofeedback unit is useful for evaluating uncontrolled movement in the low back
Movement Screening; a film or a photo?
Read the Ultra-FIT article written by our very own Performance Matrix tutor and consultant Lincoln Blandford.
Gluts control and knee pain are linked
Deficits in glut med associated with patellofemoral pain syndrome
Scapular focused management of shoulder pain
Effect of scapular-focused motor control training in people with shoulder impingement
Core stability vs Core Control
2 articles questioning the effectiveness of core stability training. Are we missing the key?
Reliability of movement control tests
Inter- and intra-observer reliability of clinical movement-control tests for marines Andreas Monnier1, Joachim Heuer, Kjell Norman and Björn O Äng BMC Musculoskeletal Disorders 2012, 13:263 doi:10.1186/1471-2474-13-263. Available on-line open access
Clinical tests that emphasize movement control for back and hip had moderate-to-almost-perfect inter-observer reliability, indicating that these tests are reliable as screening tests using several observers with marines.
Week 7 Article review
Localised resistance selectively activates the semispinalis cervicis muscle in patients with neck pain. Schomacher J, Petzke F, Falla D. S Man Ther. 2012
Can we facilitate this muscle?
Does pain change the brain?
What happens to the motor brain in young adults with recurrent low back pain?
Movement control and low back pain in dancers
This year we plan to post an article relevant to the assessment and management of uncontrolled movement each week.
For week 1 & 2 see our post on movement control in dancers. 50 more to follow this year!
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