Tibialis Anterior Pull

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Tibialis Anterior Pull

Postby Arynryn » Feb 28, 2008 14:50

Hi everyone and thank you Mr. Kurz for the great products.

I have read SS twice (still a constant referrence) and watched SoS many times. Thank you for all of the great things I have learned and the progress I've made in my overall flexibility (including legs). :)

...that is for another post....

Last year about this time, I learned that my left leg's Soleus was tight and had to add an extra stretch and time to strengthen and elongate it with great results.

My current issue my TA on my left leg is pulling when I do my relaxed side split (pg.82 top) I can feel this muscle tingle, and then the pull from mid-Tibia down to the insertion. When at rest on occasion I can feel gently torquing (from right to left^).

The question is have I pinched/damaged a nerve somewhere or do I just need to isolate and strengthen my Tibialis Anterior? A few weeks ago, I had strained the muscles around the left Q.Lumborum and that is healing nicely. Or do I need to see an R.K.?

Thank you again.
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Postby Arynryn » Mar 12, 2008 19:09

Does no one have any info or advice? :oops:
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Tibialis Anterior Pull

Postby Thomas Kurz » Mar 13, 2008 19:00

So far your troubles show up on your left side. There is a reason for it and until it is found and addressed your trouble may get worse or surface elswhere.

There are many possible reasons or causes. Some examples:

1. There is a disfunction on your right side and it causes overloading your left side;

2. An old injury up or down the kinetic chain, or on the other side of the body as in point 1;

3. A disfunction of an internal organ may cause disfunction of muscles (excessive tension or weakness);

4. Posture defects resulting from any of the above, as well as causing any of the above.

5. An imbalance of muscle activation caused by any of the above or by the way you live--resulting from, as well as causing, an imbalance of brain hemisphere activation;

I'd advise you to see someone who can pinpoint the root cause of your troubles and fix it. I had very good experience with chiropractors skilled in Applied Kinesiology testing.

Whoever you see keep in mind what one great Physical Therapist skilled in Acupuncture told me: “The farther from the symptoms is the treatment, the more permanent is the cure.”

Good luck
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Postby Arynryn » Mar 14, 2008 12:11

Thank you Mr. Kurz,

I guess you might have had to do some checking around for this strange issue. Today, I have scheduled a physical with my GP and will be following that appointment with a physical reassessment at a great sports clinic that I have used previously.

I will update my progression at a later date.
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