Knowing what to release and how to release it is only part of my treatment plan . I also need to know WHEN to release what I've found.
A good release performed at the wrong time can destabilize a person.
For example, I often find tight and fibrotic hip flexors driving dysfunction and primed for a good release. However, I'll also find that the hip flexors are bracing for weakness elsewhere. If I release them, I'll make certain patterns better, while also destabilizing the patient elsewhere. I have to address the bracing patterns before I release anything. Mapping all of this out is a key part of my assessment approach and only part of my treatment protocol.
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