[Video Workshop] Advanced Joint Stability Testing – Knees, Hips, Low Back, and Shoulders
In my experience, true ligament tears are extremely rare.
However, the diagnosis of ligament tear is extremely common.
This may explain why we often see a discrepancy between imaging (ligament tear) and surgical reports (NO tear found).
What’s going on here? Why are most positive knee instability tests being falsely labeled as ligament failure?
Many years ago, I discovered that certain neurological injuries can cause the body to literally turn off key joint stabilizing muscles. I call this the Articular Stability Reflex.
My theory is that this reflex of turning off muscles, is the body's defence mechanism to prevent further injury to vulnerable and compromised areas of critical neurology.
I have created this short workshop video to help you evaluate instability by checking muscle tone in the low back, knees, hips, and shoulders.
Are you interested in resolving these common joint instability problems to deliver longterm relief?
Matrix Repatterning may be the treatment system you are looking for.