Hyperpronation Assessment

Hyperpronation is a common condition that is due to hypermobility and anatomical variations in the ankle and foot. Medial collapse of the ankle can be resisted by engagement of the hip adductors, causing pain referral from the gluteal muscles and TFL, as well as overall postural collapse, bringing the head and torso forward. This clip shows how we assess and correct a serious hyperpronator, providing her with much-needed stability in the ankle.

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Build A Practice Your Clients Can’t Stop Talking About — By Dissolving Pain Right At The Source

Tired of being stumped by your clients’ pain issues? Most pain comes from trigger points in muscles, and can be eliminated fully and efficiently by understanding its true origins using the principles and techniques of Coaching The Body®.

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“I used your approach today on a client with an ‘arthritic hip’. Turns out he had the trigger point of all trigger points in his adductor magnus. He was in disbelief about his range of motion in his hip when we were finished. I’m only 8 weeks in to the CTB membership and it’s absolutely the best thing I’ve ever done for my business/life. I totally changed 3 peoples lives today with the Muscle Liberator and the understanding of functional anatomy and TP referral from your classes. Infinite gratitude for your work.”

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