Tiffany Cruikshank demonstrates how to evaluate hip mobility and pain through the Yoga Medicine Hip Assesment test. This test is used to evaluate PROM & AROM in clients.
Day: March 30, 2015
P: Client is unable to fully abduct her left leg. Pain in triangle pose and prasarita padottanasana.
Q: Client reports constant sharp pain throughout the affected area when practicing. She also said the top of her upper inner groin is warm to touch. She says the severity of the pain subsides to dull ache when she is not practicing.R: left groin area.S: Severe since she can’t practice yoga and load the hip without feeling pain.T: Pain leg for at least 4 months. Client advised she has had right side psoas issues for a long time, possibly years, but this pain has been longer than the duration of the leg pain.*Yoga Medicine would love to hear from you on what you would test and how you would treat Nadia’s evaluation?