Knee pain: Addressing the interrelationships between muscle and joint dysfunction in the hip and pelvis and the lower extremity

Lucy Whyte Ferguson D.C.

The complex interrelationships between myofascial and joint dysfunction in the pelvis and hip and knee pain are discussed. An illustrative case history is presented. An integrated approach to the evaluation and treatment of the pelvis, hip, and lower extremity, focusing on finding and treating joint and myofascial dysfunctions is described and the merits of this integrated approach are discussed.

Journal of Bodywork and Movement Therapies, Volume 10, Issue 4, October 2006, Pages 287-296

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