ATI hosted Mike Cantrell for Impingement and Instability

Seattle!  The weather was cool and the skies were clear!   The exploration of higher-level PRI concepts began in earnest and in spite of my "wandering" teaching style in this particular class, the group was able to put together some pretty complex principles.  Starting with calcaneal stability and traversing through the myriad of femoral-patellar presentations, we crossed into the mysterious "transition zone" called the pelvis as we moved into the realm of ribcage and scapular instability. We connected dots from the heel to the head and explored the matrix of humeral-glenoid and even ulnar-humeral mechanics.  We tied together mechanisms of intervention for the neck by starting at the foot as we controlled the foot with the thorax.  It was a fun weekend all the way around!  I hope that someday I will get to return to Seattle and ATI PT formerly known as Olympic Physical Therapy 

Posted August 11, 2016 at 1:47PM


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