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Robyblee – in your instance it may be an incidence of tibial anteversion that has resulted in your femoral retrotorsion not presenting at your feet. Its rare but not out of the question
Id suggest everyone assess tfl glut med extensibility. Whilst both internal rotators post g.med fibers), dont discount the anterior/superior joint reaction force they cause. Essentially this results in a reduced level of congruency between the femoral head and acetebulum and can significantly reduced hip internal rotation.