A foot orthotic is a one of the part of the treatments used by podiatrists and orthopaedic specialists with patients suffering foot and lower leg pain. Podiatrists are highly qualified professionals who provide high quality care to their patients. Many people are not...
Feet are often the most neglected part of the human body, yet they do a lot of hard work. People often tend to hide them away because they feel embarrassed about them. The first step to fixing this is to see a podiatrist/Chiropodist who can properly assess any...
Feet often tend to get neglected in the winter months as we hide them away until the warmer weather comes, but it is equally important to keep feet healthy in the winter. Winter weather throws many challenges at us from freezing temperatures to damp wet conditions and...
LLI & AOS REFERENCES
A Critical Review of: Variation in pelvic morphology may prevent the identification of anterior pelvic tilt. Preece SJ et al 2008.
A critical review by Clifton Bradeley A CRITICAL REVIEW OF THE PREECE SJ 2008 PAPER.
An interesting case of a lady in severe pain and how the Pelvic Equilibrium Theory allowed us to find the source of the dysfunction. CASE STUDY-LUMBAR DISC BULGE.
A case report of chronic neck & occipital headaches created by LLI and managed by orthoses. OCCIPITAL HEADACHE CASE STUDY
Leg-length Inequality has Poor Correlation with Lumbar Scoliosis A Radiological Study of 100 Patients with Chronic Low-back Pain
A Radiological Study of 100 Patients with Chronic Low-back Pain V. Hoikka1, M. Ylikoski2, and K. Tallroth2 hoikka1989
Conservative Correction of Leg-Length Discrepancies of 10mm or Less for the Relief of Chronic Low Back Pain
A moderate positive correlation was found between LLD and the degree of pain relief after wearing shoe inserts (r.47). Defrin_Conservative-Correction-of-Leg-Length-Discrepancies-of-10mm-or-Less-for-the-Relief-of-Chronic-Low-Back-Pain_2005
Cooperstein R & Lew M, The relationship between pelvic torsion and anatomical leg length inequality: a review of the literature.
Great evidence for the PET in terms of innominate direction during adaption. However, it offers no explanation as to the mechanisms involved. cooperstein_lew_2009
Worth a read. Not a commonly held view. Burke_Leg-length-inequality-in-humans-a-new-neurophysiological-approach_2004
A useful glossary as requested by PET & DPI users. GLOSSARY
This is the paper form of the PET clinical assessment protocol. PET FORM
Clifton's conference presentation part 2. PET PART 2 POWERPOINT PRESENTATION.
Clifton's conference presentation Part 1 PELVIC EQUILIBRIUM THEORY
Published case study written by Clifton Bradeley. PI ILIUM LONG SIDE
8th December 2014. Clifton & Dr Duncan Chadwick take the Sub-4 Biomechanics Academy & DPI to Energy Lab and the local university in Eindhoven. They are putting on a master-class in biomechanics for up to 100 regional practitioners showing them the very latest...