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Instability: Active vs. Passive

Instability: Active vs. Passive

Case Study Follow Up: Misdiagnosed with passive instability.

Just because true instability is not present does not mean movement patterns are normal. An over-stable joint, or joint with limited joint mobility, can create true instabilities if left unchecked. This video is a follow up on an athlete from a previous video. An MRI was prescribed way to early and the athlete was left with misdiagnosis based on anatomy and imaging alone. Consequently, this left him with incorrect treatment and pain for over 3 years. If you missed that video click here to watch it! Because of this, it also happened to be a great bridge between the conversation about pain, premature imaging and the problems surrounding that, and the difference between a true passive instability and an active instability. Check it out:

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