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STJ axis palpation in patients with muscle tonus

Discussion in 'Biomechanics, Sports and Foot orthoses' started by mike weber, Oct 20, 2012.


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    Instead of a email to Kevin though the question might be of general interest.

    Anyways the wife is a P&O and works in a botox clinic twice a week. We were discussing bits and peices and got onto the importance of axial position to determine which muscles should be injected.

    So the question what is the best method to palpate the axial position of the STJ in a tonus patient or a patient with muscle spasm such as Tibialis Posterior.
     
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