What is the best way to assess the Sacroiliac Joint?

Within the therapy world the assessment and treatment of the Sacroiliac Joint, or the ‘SIJ’ as its more commonly known, is a fiercely debated area that creates lively arguments and disagreements between therapists, as I recently found out when I posted a comment on Twitter a while ago stating I was surprised that many still…

Shoulder pain, GIRDs and Sleeper Stretches….

Within the physiotherapy world the identifying and treatment of a loss of shoulder internal rotation thought to be caused by posterior shoulder stiffness has become more and more popular for those patients suffering with shoulder pain who do a lot of overhead activity, be it swimming, throwing, playing tennis, weight lifting or just generally lifting…