Force Couples

Force Couples

(0) Comments

Fluid Fitness

Force Couples  What is a force couple? A force couple by definition refers to the principle whereby two or more muscles acting on a joint center in opposing directions create movement about the jo...

Trochanteric Bursitis

Trochanteric Bursitis

(0) Comments

Fluid Fitness

What is Trochanteric Bursitis? Trochanteric bursitis is a common pain cycle associated with the lateral aspect of the hip. It is one component of a greater set of conditions known as greater troch...

Biomechanical Monthly | Muscular Systems and Anatomical Slings

Biomechanical Monthly | Muscular Systems and Anatomical Slings

(0) Comments

Fluid Fitness

Muscular Systems and Anatomical Slings    What is an Anatomical Sling? An anatomical, or myofascial, sling refers to a given group of muscles, fascia, and ligaments functioning together to create ...

Biomechanics Monthly | Orthotics

Biomechanics Monthly | Orthotics

(0) Comments

Fluid Fitness

What is an Orthosis? An orthosis is any artificial brace or support for the limbs or spine. These devices are designed to support or improve functional movement in a given region of the body by ei...

Designed to Move | Winged Scapula

Designed to Move | Winged Scapula

(0) Comments

Fluid Fitness

  What Is Winged Scapula The shoulder region, comprised of the shoulder blade (scapulae) and the collarbone (clavicle), act as a supportive stabilizer for the chest muscles (pectorals and trapezi...

Designed to Move | Upper Cross Syndrome

Designed to Move | Upper Cross Syndrome

(0) Comments

Fluid Fitness

  What is Upper Cross Syndrome Upper cross syndrome refers to a compensation pattern where the shoulder girdle becomes unstable in which the upper back and head have an exaggerated forward tilt (...