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Functional Manual Reaction® Case Study: Hip - Left Anterior Hip

This is a "Practical Pearl" that was captured during one of our live GIFT Gatherings (mentorship program in Applied Functional Science®).
These are hypothetical scenarios in which the GIFT Fellows breakout into labs to discuss and work on Functional Manual Reaction® (FMR), hands-on processes and skills. 

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 Jay Inman & John Perry 

FMR Focus: Hip
FMR Individual: 17 year old male sprinter 

Pertinent History: No problem this summer; just started school 3 weeks ago. 

Complaint(s): Feels “asymmetrical”, feels limited when training at top speed. Complains of losing overall top speed; also complains of generalized low back pain with increased training.
3D MAPS Priorities Right Ant. Chain Left Ant. Chain (more successful)
TZ Analysis: R (exaggerated), XI, right foot at one foot elevation, left foot on forefoot . . . exaggerated sagittal plane running, hand drives

Duration: 4 minutes, 36 seconds
Categories: Practical Pearls
Presenter/s: Not defined
Member Access: Preferred
Tags: Hip

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