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Testing Your Core Stability

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  • Kinetichealth.ca
This video shows you how to test your core stability by using three specific tests. Each of these test should be performed in sequence in order to obtain a better picture of your overall core stability.

Testing Your Core

Motion Specific Release (MSR) Functional Testing Video Series “Testing Your Core Stability” Dr. Brian Abelson DC. kinetichealth.ca 403-241-3772 kinetichealth@shaw.ca Copyright Kinetic Health All Rights Reserved

Functional Testing

Muscle Testing - The Shoulder
Muscle Testing - The Elbow
Muscle Testing - Hip and Leg Muscles
Checking for Anterior Posture
Evaluating Neck Mobility
Apley Shoulder Test
Testing Your Core Stability
The Deep Squat - Test
The Single Leg Squat Test
Testing the Posterior Chain
Testing the Hip Flexors
FABER Circumduction Pelvic Test
Functional Testing - The hamstring muscles
Testing Calf Strength
Testing Shin Strength
Functional Testing - Dorsi Flexion
Functional Testing - Big Toe Mobility
Functional Testing - The Tibial Nerve
Peroneal Nerve Test
The Wet Foot Test

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The Shoulders Kinetic Chain
Releasing the Median, Radial & Ulnar Nerves
MSR Technique - Releasing the Dorsal Sling
Releasing the Lateral Side
The Sciatic, Tibial & Peroneal Nerve Release
MSR Technique - The Hamstring Release
The Kinetic Chain of the Knee
The Plantar Fasciitis Kinetic Chain

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The Arm Lines - Myofascial
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Anatomy of the Shoulder - The Muscles
Anatomy of the Shoulder - The Bones
Anatomy of the Elbow - Motion Specific Release
Anatomy of the Hand & Wrist
Anatomy - Arches of the foot
Lateral Ankle & Foot
Medial Ankle and Foot
Foot & Ankle Motion - Motion Specific Release
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Anatomy of the Anterior & Lateral Leg Below the Knee
Anatomy of the Posterior Lower Leg
Anatomy of the Knee
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The 5 Adductor Muscles
The Sartorius Muscle
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Anatomy & Palpation of the Deep Six Muscles
The Gluteal Group
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