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On Posterior Compartment Syndrome…

Can PRI help posterior compartment syndrome?

Because PRI uses principles to reduce gastroc-soleus demands and increase glutes and hamstring activity there is reason to believe that the tightness and restriction at the posterior compartment would improve with better transverse, sagittal and frontal plane activity at the acetabular-femoral musculature and not through the tibia and fibula musculature.  PRI’s approach can influence or effect unilateral plantar flexors, tibial calcaneal stabilizers and leg fascial compartments.