4 comments on “The Dreaded Hamstring: Rehabilitation Tips

  1. Pingback: Recommended Readings for Health and Wellness Geeks: March, 2013 | Athletic Medicine

  2. I agree with what you are saying and was wondering what type of rehab program you are using to help facilitate /correct the dysfunctional patterns placing the strains on the hamstring.

  3. Reblogged this on thebmorebrandon and commented:
    “In addition to this, with the glute inactivity caused by altered reciprocal inhibition, a muscle must make up for the glute’s loss of functional ability. So now a synergistic muscle must help with the glutes ability to perform hip extension. Which muscle is going to this? You guessed it – the hamstring. This is called synergistic dominance – the hamstring (synergist) must dominate the movement of hip extension.”

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