The body's structure, the shape of the pelvis, and the state of the strongest central muscles tell us that the body's movement originates from the center of the body and spreads towards the periphery.
In clinical somatics, movement irregularities in the periphery (neck, elbows, shoulders, knees, feet…) are solved by working and learning the correct movements in the center of the body (hips, back, abdomen, and torso as a whole). Only when the control and feeling in the center of the body change do we focus on the periphery and eliminate the irregularity. All of these properly learned movements, however, must slowly transition into a movement pattern.
Usually, after changes in the center of the body and a better understanding of proper movement, most seemingly unsolvable problems on the periphery are significantly reduced or even disappear.