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Chapter 12w: IASTM Techniques for Lower Body

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Ankle Conditions 7. Anterior Compartmental Syndrome (ACS) Pathophysiology: Is increased pressure within the anterior tibialis/myofascial compartment as a result of increased pressure. This occurs when the increase in the intra-compartmental pressure is sufficient to retard blood flow to the tissues within the compartment, leading to pain and neurological deficits. Risk Factors:┬áDirect trauma, fracture, and overuse. […]

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