This section is designed to bring different ways to both assess and treat together. These examples are not a substitute for the basics but instead for the clinician looking to broaden their toolbox.
Movement re-training is one of the most challenging tasks we have as sports physical therapists. What works for some patients may not work for others. So how can we help "change" faulty or inadequate movement? What type of external feedback can we give to assist our athletic patients to cut with improved trunk, hip, knee, and ankle alignment?
Below are a few videos demonstrating ways to help improve cutting. (Note: motor control cues were not addressed for the purpose of these demonstrations)