Videos

A couple months ago I posted a video of a patient Lisa Bartels, DPT, PRC was working with.  Here she is again 2 months laterAlthough she still has some work to go, her gait has improved dramatically from her first visit!  In case you forgot what she looked like before, here she is.

Posted January 9, 2009 at 6:33PM
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A while back we recorded this video to use during a course.  This is Ron Hruska giving step by step instruction on how to perform a 90-90 Hip Lift with Balloon.

Posted December 22, 2008 at 5:25PM
Categories: Videos Techniques

Last weekend was the Cervical-Cranio-Mandibular Restoration Course here at PRI.  Among other things, the attendees briefly covered the importance of splint therapy.  “A Gelb Splint is a mandibular splint with acrylic coverage over the posteriors. A metal lingual bar is usually the major connector, which allows for plenty of tongue room. Occlusion on the Gelb splint is upper lingual cusps touching a lower flat or indented occlusal pad. This splint is usually made to a repositioned bite, bringing the mandible slightly forward.”  Here is a video of a gentleman with and without his Gelb Splint.  Notice his change in gait once he removes the splint and loses contact:

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Posted November 20, 2008 at 4:42PM
Categories: Videos

For those of you that have attended the Impingement and Instability course, you understand the concept of right compensatory femoral acetabular internat rotation (FA IR) and right compensatory tibial femoral external rotation (TF ER).  Here is a fabulous video that shows this pattern!

Posted November 7, 2008 at 5:11PM
Categories: Videos

Ever have a patient that you feel like you’ve tried everything with and they still can’t maintain neutrality?  You know, those patients that you’ve given every activity you can think of and they still come back in a Left AIC pattern.  Footwear can make all the difference in the outcomes you achieve using a PRI program.  This young lady has been working with Lori Thomsen, PT, PRC, and has shown signs of improvement but can not maintain neutrality with upright activity.  After carefully looking at her orthotics and her gait pattern, it was determined that the reason why she’s not neutral is because of her shoes!  Check out this video to see the effects appropriate footwear can make on the outcomes of your treatment!

Posted August 7, 2008 at 5:30PM
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