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The neurodynamics of shin splints

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Published on Oct 21, 2014

The neurodynamics of shin splints

A neurodynamic tensioner and neural slide treatment video for any patient suffering from shin splints.
Read the full article here
http://noijam.com/2014/10/22/shin-spl...

For more information including links to Noigroup courses head to
http://www.noigroup.com/en/Courses

The Neurodynamic Techniques DVD and Handbook
http://www.noigroup.com/en/Product/NDHP

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Here are some considerations:

• A little bit often can be a safe place to start when the characteristics of the intervention are considered as well – slider or tensioner, passive or active, focussed or general.
• Gentle tissue sliders may be more appropriate for nerves surrounded by acute inflammation
• More robust mobilisation may be appropriate if there is scar tissue in or around nerve that is still remodelling.
• Clinically reasoned trial and error is still permissible.
• Test out the technique based on what you the clinician and the patient think is appropriate and practical and go from there.
• A critical idea in modern approaches to treatment is the value of performing movement in a rich and diverse variety of contexts – indoors, outside, in the workplace, at home, at the in-laws house, in the shower, in the garden, feeling happy, feeling sad, in silence, with some music playing, in the location an injury occurred or in a safe-place – a rich variety of context is probably more important than a strict adherence to a regime.

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