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If you feel a bone on bone like end feel on the hip extension test, then your client may benefit from the hip socket release.
Have your clients hip flexed, then press your clients knee with both hands, pressing the knee toward the hip. While maintaing gentle pressure on the knee rotate the thigh back and forth taking it externally as far as it will go, then back off and traction. Do the same with rotating the femur internally as far as it will go, then back off and traction.
The intent is to press the head of the femur into the acetabulum like a mortar and pestle, to loosen any adhesions in the joint. The pressure should be gentle, and can be alternated with tractioning the joint with movement as well. Explaining this to your client and having them visualize this will help with the treatment.
This work is adapted from the Orthopedic Massage work of James Waslaski. More information may be found at www.orthomassage.net
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