With Cristina's squat, we noticed several things:
-Quite stance is in genu recurvatum and plantar flexion
-Stability deficits as noted by shaking of the knees during descent
-Stability deficits noted by involuntary head motion during descent
-Balance deficits due to the outstretched arms during the squat
-Either stability or mobility issues that inhibit Cristina from completing a full deep squat
-Poor lumbopelvic rhythm as noted by a loss of lumbar lordosis during descent
-"Snapping" of lateral hamstrings, as she passes 90 degrees of knee flexion (look closely and you can actually see the cord-like structure "snap" to a different position as if it's jumping over a structure)
-Pronounced Heel Strike
-Excessive thoracic/ upper torso motion
-Contralateral Pelvic Drop on the Right during Left stance phase
-Mild tibial whip during swing phase on the Left
-Greater pronation on L vs. R during stance phase (it appears as if she pronates too quickly as well. A shoe modification may be able to help with this).
These are the main abnormalities we found. What else do you see? Let us know!