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Gluteus Medius, Gluteus Minimus, and Tensor Fascia Lata:
With your client lying prone, flex their knee to 90 degrees then move their ankle away from you, externally rotating their thigh. This stretches the internal rotators, including the Gluteus Medius and Minimus, and the Tensor Fascia Lata. While rotating the thigh externally, work into the Gluteus Medius and Minimus with the heel of your hand moving from the greater trochanter to the iliac crest. Work into the Tensor Fascia Lata by working from just anterior to the greater trochanter to the front of the iliac crest.
Deep Six Muscles:
The "deep six" muscles are deep muscles in the posterior pelvis that externally rotate the thigh. They are analogous to the rotator cuff muscles in the shoulder, except that the deep six muscles are not needed for holding the femur in the socket, as there is a strong ligament that does that. The deep six muscles are the Piriformis, Gemellus Superior, Gemellus Inferior, Obturator Internus, Obturator Externus, and Quadratus Femoris. The piriformis is the most superior of these muscles. The piriformis is stretched when you take the thigh into internal rotation. To stretch the lower five abduct the thigh 30 degrees, then take the thigh into internal rotation.
To work the lower five of the deep six external rotators, abduct your clients leg 30 degrees. Flex their knee then pull their ankle towards you, internally rotating the thigh. Work into the deep six muscles with the heel of your hand going from the greater trochanter to the ischium, while internally rotating the thigh.
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