I recently took on my first student, Darrin Staloch, at the Harris Health System. One of his requirements was to conduct a student inservice. He did an exceptional job reviewing neurodynamics of the lower extremity.
A few questions you should ask yourself as you are looking through this presentation:
1) How do you determine progress when performing a neurodynamic intervention?
2) How are you currently dosing your neurodynamic treatments?
3) Are you incorporating mobilizations and manipulations into your treatment for individuals with LE nerve symptoms?
Darrin Staloch is currently a student physical therapist seeking his DPT from Texas Woman’s University in Houston, Texas. He plans to apply for an orthopedic residency upon graduation. His future plans include pursuing his OCS, becoming a fellow through the AAOMPT, and returning to TWU for his PhD in Physical Therapy.