Instructor: Ben Benjamin
Tibialis posterior muscle injury is probably the most common running injury there is. It also affects dancers and athletes of every stripe/type. When foot and knee alignment are out of sync this injury may stay for years and years. If the tendon is injured, medial lower leg pain is often constant.
This course goes into detail covering the anatomy, assessment and treatment techniques of both the tibialis posterior muscle and tendon injuries.
Series: Unraveling the Mystery of Chronic & Acute Lower Leg Pain
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Continuing Education Hours
Achilles Tendon Injury: 1
Gastrocnemius Muscle Injury: 1
Soleus Muscle Injury: 1
Tibialis Anterior Muscle and Tendon Injuries: 1
Tibialis Posterior Muscle and Tendon Injuries: 1
Peroneus / Fibularis Muscle and Tendon Injuries: 1
TOTAL: 6 CE hours
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