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Move your knuckles slowly up the tibialis anterior (just lateral to the tibia) while plantarflexing and dorsiflexing your client’s foot.
After your client does this as a passive movement, you can do this technique while they actively stretch their tibialis anterior by plantarflexing and dorsiflexing their ankle. Use of their gastrocnemius and soleus to plantar- flex will help the tibialis anterior to relax by reciprocal inhibition.
You may notice as you move your knuckles up the tibialis anterior that the movement is easy when the muscle is stretching, and becomes more difficult when the muscle is contracting. It is good to go with this and move your knuckles as the tissues allow you to (when the tibialis anterior is stretching).
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