Exploration & Safety (Part Two)

The following is part two of my course notes and findings from Stress, Movement, and Pain.   As practitioners seeking to help bio-psycho-social organisms, we have to be able to read, analyze, and gather information from all three dimensions.  The Read more ›

Knee Findings: Hinges and Rotation

  Joint ‘popping’ is a curious thing.  It alarms without hurting.  Especially when you realize it wasn’t there before.  You notice something is different when you do that particular thing in that particular way.  The different becomes ‘less than’ when Read more ›

Knees

The knees are a STABLE joint.  I know what you’re thinking, “the knees move so how can they be stable?”  Well, they are a hinge joint, meaning the simply flex (bend) and extend (straighten) in one plane of motion.  If Read more ›