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Welcome to the Chiropractic & Massage Clinic (Ltd) Guernsey

CMC provides effective, efficient and professional treatment for a wide range of common musculoskeletal conditions and injuries in a pleasant and relaxed environment.

Our aim is to enable patients to better understand their own role in the maintenance of good health and the prevention of injury as well as providing appropriate intervention and, if necessary, referral.

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Reposted from Physio Network author Rehab Science. We at Physio Network look at exercise prescription / rehab research (+ more) and how it can influence what you do in the clinic. Sounds great, right? To get monthly research reviews, head over to our website: 👌🏻.

A number of people have asked me for posterior tibialis exercises and @dr.surdykapt has put together a great series. Checkout his page as he will be posting weight-bearing progressions next.
While most people think of the posterior tibialis affecting the arch of the foot, it also performs plantar flexion and inversion of the foot and ankle. Here are some basic exercises to strengthen this muscle. Think “down and in” for most of them.
1️⃣Heel Raise - plantar flexion with a ball ensures good positioning throughout the movement
2️⃣Banded Inversion - isolated strengthening through a full range of motion
3️⃣Ball Squeeze - isometrics may be useful for positional strengthening or painful tendons
4️⃣Windshield Wiper - try to keep the big toe down like you’re squashing a bug
5️⃣Controlled Articular Rotation - shortened range of active motion to focus on the posterior tibialis
Although these exercises might be effective for various posterior tibialis issues, it ultimately needs to be strengthened in weightbearing, which I will discuss tomorrow.

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