By Chris Gellert, PT, MMusc & Sportsphysio, MPT, CSCS, AMS
"Teaching The Science Behind The Movement"
1-Remember your hip precautions(client's can't cross their legs across midline)
Crossing the surgical leg
(ie. right leg), Here the femur forces the femur <--- lateral(outward) on the acetabulum. In other words, places a force to come out of the acetabulum.
2-Deep squats will also possibly dislocate hip
3-Function strengthening should focus on strengthening hamstrings, glute medius & minimus(abductors that stabilize in frontal plane) and glute maximus(assist with climbing stairs and walking in sagittal plane)
Glute medius Diagonal lunge(glute medius and minimus)
(Don't fully extend hip)
4-Core strengthening exercises are important
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