Its Kirby, not kirkby. If you're going to ask someone for help, best you get the name of they guy you're asking right.
Tissue stress is by far your best bet for this. Other than that, one cannot really link a paradigm / author to a condition in this way. To use your example, no one of those can "claim" the pronated foot (whatever that is).
I suspect that MN is caused by impingement of the IM nerve. What forces can cause this? What patterns of movement cause these forces to increase?
If anyone can shed some light for me I would much appreciate it, references etc would be excellent.
Excellent for your grade. Not so good for your education. An assignment is the means to an end, not the end in itself.
Specialist in Biomechanical Therapies
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