Should we stop blaming the glutes for everything?

Below is an article written for MikeReinold.com...  Anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) rupture1,2 and patellofemoral pain syndrome (PFPS)3,4,5 are two of the most common lower extremity complaints that physicians or physical therapists will encounter. In addition to the high incidence of these pathologies, with regards to ACL injury, very high ipsilateral re-injury and contralateral injury have…

What to Read: August-October 2013

Blog Posts Over at ACL Prevention, Trent Nessler, DPT has posted several fantastic posts centered around using movement analysis in the treatment of orthopedic conditions ("Does Movement Assessment Really Tell You Anything?", "Does Injury Prevention = Improved Performance?", "Does endurance play a role in lower kinetic chain injury prevention?"). Evidence-Based Practice has been an important…