Diaphragm Dysfunction In Patients With Chronic Ankle Instability

At MYBC our patients are often surprised, puzzled and even sometimes a little skeptical about the direction our treatment may take them. The amazing ways the different parts of bodies work synergistically to create ideal function are very complicated and not necessarily immediately obvious. It is always exciting for us to read new research supporting our long held fundamental belief that without correctly controlled trunk and postural stability, ideal function elsewhere in the body can struggle to work normally, even with large amounts of rehab focused on the injured area. This piece of research conducted in 2016 outlines how diaphragm dysfunction was consistently identified in patients with chronic ankle instability, and therefore highlights the need for holistic treatment.

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By | 2017-03-08T07:52:32+00:00 March 7th, 2017|Core Stability|

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