David uses the examples of running and cycling to explain how the lateral hip muscles function in movement.
David explains the symptoms of iliotibial band syndrome. He shares what researchers know about its causes and management.
David explains what the tensor fascia latae and the iliotibial band are, where they attach, and what they do.
Explore the bones, joints, and ligaments that make up the knee joint. Learn how the knee moves and functions.
David explains what the lateral gluteals are, where gluteus medius and gluteus minimus attach, and what they do.
David explains what the rotator cuff muscles are, where they are located, and what they do.
David summarizes current research which describes how the rotator cuff muscles support movement in the body.
David describes how the elbow and forearm contribute to some simple daily movements like turning a doorknob.
David walks us through the structures that make up the elbow joint and create the kinetic chain from the shoulder to the wrist.
David explains what golfer’s elbow and tennis elbow are and why they might occur in certain activities.