MA request for theorist

Re: MA request for theorist

Postby Max_501 » Mon May 04, 2015 8:20 am

The MA is the same.
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Re: MA request for theorist

Postby theorist » Mon May 04, 2015 8:56 am

Thanks Max. I suspected the MA prescription would be the same but thought, for the MA itself, you might say there was a difference in fore-aft balance, or in the extent to which CB was coming from the pelvis (for the first videos, you said it was mostly from the shoulders, with none from the pelvis), but I guess not.
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Re: MA request for theorist

Postby sgarrozzo » Tue May 05, 2015 3:57 am

theorist wrote:Thanks sgarrozzo. Yes, the left side (stance side for right turn), being my non-dominant, has always been a bit weaker, and this has been compounded in recent years by injuries to the L knee (torn meniscus -> surgery) and hip (L SI sprain). I then had a bad fall at the beginning of this season, re-injuring my L SI, making it uncomfortable to hip angulate with the L leg. This past off-season I had to focus my PT on my R leg, because I tore *that* meniscus (but managed to avoid surgery, and thus recovered well), but this off-season I'm going to focus my PT on my left SI.




Hi Theorist,
don't worry, I also have a lot of problems between one side and the other.
One leg shorter, hips rotated, some fractured vertebrae,...... etc etc.

Nothing that a chiropractor and a good scotch couldn't fix. :mrgreen:
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