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The deep longitudinal subsystem
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Deep Longitudinal Subsystem (DLS)

Deep longitudinal subsystem (DLS). The role and function of the fibularis (peroneal) muscles, erector spinae, sacrotuberous ligament, and biceps femoris in the stability, strength, and power produced between the lower and upper body. Summary of the function, arthrokinematics, integration between individual subsystems, behavior in postural dysfunction, exercise selection for the DLS, and examples of subsystem exercises and progressions.

Brent Brookbush

Brent Brookbush

DPT, PT, MS, CPT, HMS, IMT

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