Vol. 6 – Hip to the Knee

  • Positional Stretching
    • What is Active Isolated Stretching?
    • Fundamentals of Positional Stretching
  • Key Points for Success
  • Movement Tips
  • Strap Use
  • Chapter Advice
  • Hip Flexion 1; Linear
  • Hip Flexion 2 – 3; Lateral
  • Hip Flexion 4; Oblique
  • Hip External Rotation 1 – 4
  • Hip External Rotation 5
  • Hip Internal Rotation 1 – 4
  • Knee Extension 1; Neutral
  • Knee Extension 2; Turned Out
  • Knee Extension 3; Turned In
  • Straight Leg Hip Flexion 1; Neutral
  • Straight Leg Hip Flexion 2 – 3; Turned In
  • Straight Leg Hip Flexion 4; Turned Out
  • Hip Abduction 1
  • Hip Abduction 2 & 3
  • Hip Abduction 4
  • Hip Adduction 1 & 2
  • Hip Adduction 3 & 4
  • Hip Adduction 5 & 6
  • Hip Extension 1 – 3
  • Hip Extension 4 – 6
  • Hip External Rotation 1 – 3; w/Extension
  • Knee Flexion 1 & 2; Side Lying
  • Knee Flexion 1 & 2; Standing
  • Knee Flexion w/Hip Extension 1 & 2; Side Lying
  • Knee Flexion w/Hip Extension 1 & 2; Standing
  • Terminal Knee Extension
  • Protocols for the Hip and Knee
  • Key for the Protocols of the Hip and Knee
  • Complete Protocol for the Hip and Knee
  • Protocols for the Hip
    • Groin Impingement
    • ITB Syndrome
    • Piriformis Syndrome
    • S/I Dysfunction
    • Leg Length Inequality
    • Spurring
    • Hip Replacement
  • Protocols for the Knee
    • Chondromalacia Patella
    • Osgood Schlatters
    • Baker’s Cysts
    • Knee Replacements
    • Patellar Tendonitis
    • Lateral Patella
    • Meniscus Tears
    • ACL & PCL
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