Myth of Breaking Soft Tissue

• Direct manual therapy technique is never going to transmit into significant forces that will break up soft tissue.
• Soft tissue structures are simply too strong and tough for a manual therapist to release by physical force.
• Myofascial Tension Technique (MFTT)
• Neuromuscular Therapy (NMT) … More Myth of Breaking Soft Tissue

Plyometrics for Lower Extremity Joints (or Follow-up to Ankle Rehabilitation)

• Fast-twitch (type IIa, IIx) muscle fibres
• Neuromuscular control & dynamic stabilization
• Shock Method
• Stretch-shortening cycle … More Plyometrics for Lower Extremity Joints (or Follow-up to Ankle Rehabilitation)

Ankle Rehabilitation Using An Unstable Surface (Follow-up to Medial Tibial Stress Syndrome)

• Plantar fasciopathy, iliotibial band syndrome, patellofemoral pain syndrome, medial tibial stress syndrome, medial knee pain
• Plantar intrinsic foot muscles
• Anatomy Trains
• Short Foot Exercise … More Ankle Rehabilitation Using An Unstable Surface (Follow-up to Medial Tibial Stress Syndrome)