Why do clients with trigger points still hurt after numerous treatments? It’s unresolved perpetuating factors. You’ve learned how to measure forward head positions…check for medially rotated shoulders…evaluate hip height disparities and lower limb length inequalities, but that’s just the beginning!
What happens when your client actually starts moving?
What kind of distortions and dysfunctions show up when their feet hit the floor?
How are their movement choices affecting their chronic pain?
If you are considering advancing your skills as a manual therapist, then you need to discover how to resolve the “moving violations” that keep your clients in pain.