#MMTTV Q&A: Lateral Tibial Glide vs Tibial Internal Rotation for Knee Pain

Q&A from a previous MMT Seminar Attendee. I show both lateral tibial glide to improve ankle mobility (and knee stability) plus tibial internal rotation to improve knee mobility, ankle mobility, and knee pain during functional activities. Isn’t doing lateral tibial glide promoting tibial external rotation thus negating the tibial internal rotation that should be occurring during closed chain knee flexion?
Lateral Tibial Glide vs Tibial Internal Rotation for Knee Pain
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