Posts Tagged ‘deep sacral gluteus maximus’
Filed under: corrective exercise, Testing and Evaluation
Testing the Deep Sacral Gluteus Maximus
by Carson Boddicker on Feb 15th, 2011
Editors Note: What I love about this website is that it allows for interaction with some of the best professionals in the business, and today's guest post is from somebody who is no exception. Moons ago I wrote an article on the Deep Sacral Gluteus Maximus inspired by the work of Sean Gibbons and colleagues, and today, Luke has offered to expand on how it is tested and treated if its your cup of tea. Enjoy! The Deep Sacral Gluteus Maximu...
Filed under: Anatomy and Physiology
Deep Sacral Gluteus Maximus
by Carson Boddicker on Aug 16th, 2010
While reading Andry Vleeming's latest book Movement, Stability, and Lumbopelvic Pain: Integration of Research and Therapy, I was introduced to the relatively novel idea of the deep sacral gluteus maximus and the role it plays in the overall function of the pelvic girdle by Sean Gibbons. Admittedly, there are a few things that make me say "hmmm..." maybe this just another set up like the VMO fibers and an academic discussion, but nonetheless, it...