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  • Today’s vibes. 🤘🏻 Big assignment due soon! 😛
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  • Pelvic Floor Physical Therapists are the BEST people to be rehab-ing perineal tears and birth trauma. We are the movement experts, musculo-skeletal experts, function experts, and scar tissue experts
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We need to be working as a team, in collaboration with docs, surgeons, nurses, midwives, mental health providers, and fitness professionals, to make sure we are offering people who birth the best and most comprehensive care
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It is ludicrous to me that if there is grade 3-4 perineal tear, that PT is not offered as standard of care, following the repair and healing. Just looking at this from a muscle/tissue/scar standpoint, PTs should be in this area, and we should be in there as soon as it is safe and appropriate to be
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The pelvic floor DOES SO MUCH for us, and warrants professional and skilled rehab intervention after repair or trauma, just like any other part of our body that goes through trauma or repair or injury
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I want everyone who gives birth to have a pelvic floor PT look at their bodies, assess their pelvic floor and abdomen, watch the way they move and lift and carry and nurse and sleep and sit and walk and drive and DO ALL THE THINGS, and determine if they need rehab. EVERYONE
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Let's do this, let's change the way we are caring for birthing persons. Pelvic floor PT is conservative, safe, and appropriate. We are trained to assess and treat these issues, and if a patient is not appropriate for PT we absolutely confer with our medical and surgical colleagues and come up with a plan. We deserve a seat at the table for this population, and only good things can come of this when we collaborate, offer different solutions, and have a plan in place
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Your pelvic floor is important- both mechanically and functionally, and it's time we treated it- from a rehab/recovery standpoint- like we treat knees and shoulders and backs and ankles and elbows
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It's time now
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#thedowntheredoc #pelvicfloor #physicaltherapy #collab #momsofinstagram #postpartum #fourthtrimester #fitmom #strongmom #recovery #momlife
  • Pelvic Floor Physical Therapists are the BEST people to be rehab-ing perineal tears and birth trauma. We are the movement experts, musculo-skeletal experts, function experts, and scar tissue experts

    We need to be working as a team, in collaboration with docs, surgeons, nurses, midwives, mental health providers, and fitness professionals, to make sure we are offering people who birth the best and most comprehensive care

    It is ludicrous to me that if there is grade 3-4 perineal tear, that PT is not offered as standard of care, following the repair and healing. Just looking at this from a muscle/tissue/scar standpoint, PTs should be in this area, and we should be in there as soon as it is safe and appropriate to be

    The pelvic floor DOES SO MUCH for us, and warrants professional and skilled rehab intervention after repair or trauma, just like any other part of our body that goes through trauma or repair or injury

    I want everyone who gives birth to have a pelvic floor PT look at their bodies, assess their pelvic floor and abdomen, watch the way they move and lift and carry and nurse and sleep and sit and walk and drive and DO ALL THE THINGS, and determine if they need rehab. EVERYONE

    Let's do this, let's change the way we are caring for birthing persons. Pelvic floor PT is conservative, safe, and appropriate. We are trained to assess and treat these issues, and if a patient is not appropriate for PT we absolutely confer with our medical and surgical colleagues and come up with a plan. We deserve a seat at the table for this population, and only good things can come of this when we collaborate, offer different solutions, and have a plan in place

    Your pelvic floor is important- both mechanically and functionally, and it's time we treated it- from a rehab/recovery standpoint- like we treat knees and shoulders and backs and ankles and elbows

    It's time now

    #thedowntheredoc #pelvicfloor #physicaltherapy #collab #momsofinstagram #postpartum #fourthtrimester #fitmom #strongmom #recovery #momlife
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  • EXTREMELY GRAPHIC CONTENT AHEAD** 🏀 
In 2013, Kevin Ware, playing for the University of Louisville in the NCAA Elite Eight round against Duke, shocked the world with one of the most gruesome injuries sports has ever seen, an open (bone pierced the skin) tibial fracture after a bad landing. ——————————————————
MECHANISM OF INJURY: (picture 3) ▶️Hustling across the court, Ware attempts a block of a 3-point shot by jumping towards the shooter and just angling his jump enough to land awkwardly with all his weight centralizing to his Tibia (one of the two bones that make up the lower leg). This causes a compound fracture (bone is broken into multiple parts) and the Tibia collapses under the pressure causing it to press out of his shin. This type of injury is extremely uncommon, and is usually preceded by stress fractures of the lower leg that accumulate, particularly in endurance athletes.
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RECOVERY: ▶️There are 3 common routes when dealing with a lower leg fracture, from conservative to the most invasive depending on the type of fracture, Casting => External Fixation => Internal fixation using a rod. In Ware’s case, given the nature of his injury, the most invasive technique was used to correct the protruding bone. Extensive physical therapy followed to regain motion, and to return to sport eventually. ——————————————————
OUTLOOK:
▶️Bone recovery in young athletes has the most promising results. In Ware’s case, after the injury, he was able to participate in a few minutes of a game in the following season, but redshirted, citing his need to continue his road to recovery. Ware still plays professional basketball, and now plays in the Canadian basketball league for the London Lightning.
  • EXTREMELY GRAPHIC CONTENT AHEAD** 🏀
    In 2013, Kevin Ware, playing for the University of Louisville in the NCAA Elite Eight round against Duke, shocked the world with one of the most gruesome injuries sports has ever seen, an open (bone pierced the skin) tibial fracture after a bad landing. ——————————————————
    MECHANISM OF INJURY: (picture 3) ▶️Hustling across the court, Ware attempts a block of a 3-point shot by jumping towards the shooter and just angling his jump enough to land awkwardly with all his weight centralizing to his Tibia (one of the two bones that make up the lower leg). This causes a compound fracture (bone is broken into multiple parts) and the Tibia collapses under the pressure causing it to press out of his shin. This type of injury is extremely uncommon, and is usually preceded by stress fractures of the lower leg that accumulate, particularly in endurance athletes.
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    RECOVERY: ▶️There are 3 common routes when dealing with a lower leg fracture, from conservative to the most invasive depending on the type of fracture, Casting => External Fixation => Internal fixation using a rod. In Ware’s case, given the nature of his injury, the most invasive technique was used to correct the protruding bone. Extensive physical therapy followed to regain motion, and to return to sport eventually. ——————————————————
    OUTLOOK:
    ▶️Bone recovery in young athletes has the most promising results. In Ware’s case, after the injury, he was able to participate in a few minutes of a game in the following season, but redshirted, citing his need to continue his road to recovery. Ware still plays professional basketball, and now plays in the Canadian basketball league for the London Lightning.
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  • 🔴🔴🔴🔴🔴🔴🔴🔴🔴🔴🔴🔴 درد های  خودبخودی کف پا،  عمدتا  از  فشار و آسیب غلاف کف پایی ناشی می شوند ، غلاف کف پایی مسئول حفظ قوس کف پا است. (همراه با استخوان های کف پا و تاندون عضلات )  در مواردی  که مثلا فرد کف پای صاف دارد  فشار بر این غلاف زیاد شده و باعث آسیب آن و ایجاد درد در کف پا می شود  که پیشگیری و درمان با کفی طبی و فیزیوتراپی و سایر راهکارهای درمانی مناسب  توصیه می شود ،  این  آسیب  همچنین در  مواردی که کف کفش نقش حفاظتی لازم را نداشته باشد نیز ایجاد می شود ،  ضعف و بی کفایتی  تاندون عضلات پشت پا که به ناحیه استخوان های کف پا  می چسبند و در حفظ قوس پا دخالت دارند باعث آسیب این غلاف و درد کف پا می شوند. در مواردی  مثل  پیاده روی طولانی خصوصا اگر  فرد اضافه وزن داشته باشد ممکن است درد کف پا ایجاد شود، البته درد در این ناحیه ممکن است  علل دیگری از قبیل شکستگی خودبخوی استخوان های کف  پا داشته باشد که نیاز  به معاینه جهت تشخیص علت درد ، می باشد.

#فیزیوتراپیست #فیزیوتراپی #تسکین #فیزیوتراپیست_مریم_هادی #گرگان #گلشهر۷ #دردپا #physicaltherapy #plantarfasciitis #pain
  • 🔴🔴🔴🔴🔴🔴🔴🔴🔴🔴🔴🔴 درد های خودبخودی کف پا، عمدتا از فشار و آسیب غلاف کف پایی ناشی می شوند ، غلاف کف پایی مسئول حفظ قوس کف پا است. (همراه با استخوان های کف پا و تاندون عضلات ) در مواردی که مثلا فرد کف پای صاف دارد فشار بر این غلاف زیاد شده و باعث آسیب آن و ایجاد درد در کف پا می شود که پیشگیری و درمان با کفی طبی و فیزیوتراپی و سایر راهکارهای درمانی مناسب توصیه می شود ، این آسیب همچنین در مواردی که کف کفش نقش حفاظتی لازم را نداشته باشد نیز ایجاد می شود ، ضعف و بی کفایتی تاندون عضلات پشت پا که به ناحیه استخوان های کف پا می چسبند و در حفظ قوس پا دخالت دارند باعث آسیب این غلاف و درد کف پا می شوند. در مواردی مثل پیاده روی طولانی خصوصا اگر فرد اضافه وزن داشته باشد ممکن است درد کف پا ایجاد شود، البته درد در این ناحیه ممکن است علل دیگری از قبیل شکستگی خودبخوی استخوان های کف پا داشته باشد که نیاز به معاینه جهت تشخیص علت درد ، می باشد.

    #فیزیوتراپیست #فیزیوتراپی #تسکین #فیزیوتراپیست_مریم_هادی #گرگان #گلشهر۷ #دردپا #physicaltherapy #plantarfasciitis #pain
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⭐ Let’s talk #InjuryPrevention! ⭐⁠
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💪STRENGTH TRAINING💪⁠
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📌Although strength by itself is not a great measure for reducing injury risk, strength training works on many fitness components that may reduce injury. Balance, proprioception, stability, endurance, improved muscle, motor control, bone density and dozens of other variables related to fitness and health are improved through strength training which in turn lowers injury risk. ⁠
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🌚SLEEP🌚⁠
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📌A lack of sleep is highly correlated with reduced cognitive function, reaction times, strength and mental clarity. If you are performing highly strenuous activities that require different components of fitness, quality sleep is a must or performance will suffer and injury risk will increase.⁠
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🤸WARM-UP🤸
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📌A well designed warm up helps prepare the body by increasing body temperature, blood flow to working muscles and increasing nervous system drive which will help with your strength training. ⁠
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🏌🏻MOBILITY🏌🏻⁠
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📌Picking different active movements that promote upper body and lower body range of motion can help reduce injury risk. The movements you pick will be dependent on the range of motion needed for your activities/exercises/sports and your weaknesses. ⁠
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#chiropractic #physicaltherapy #correctiveexercise #painfree #health #wellness #healthylife #pain #lifestyle #weights #backpain #selfcare #sydney #sydneybusiness #chiropractorsydney #workout #motivation #podiatry #exercise #strength #strong #rehab #fitness #chiropractor #physiotherapy #mobility #shoulders #workout #chiroworkout⁣⠀⁠
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    ⭐ Let’s talk #InjuryPrevention ! ⭐⁠
    -⁠
    💪STRENGTH TRAINING💪⁠
    -⁠
    📌Although strength by itself is not a great measure for reducing injury risk, strength training works on many fitness components that may reduce injury. Balance, proprioception, stability, endurance, improved muscle, motor control, bone density and dozens of other variables related to fitness and health are improved through strength training which in turn lowers injury risk. ⁠
    -⁠
    🌚SLEEP🌚⁠
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    📌A lack of sleep is highly correlated with reduced cognitive function, reaction times, strength and mental clarity. If you are performing highly strenuous activities that require different components of fitness, quality sleep is a must or performance will suffer and injury risk will increase.⁠
    -⁠
    🤸WARM-UP🤸
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    📌A well designed warm up helps prepare the body by increasing body temperature, blood flow to working muscles and increasing nervous system drive which will help with your strength training. ⁠
    -⁠
    🏌🏻MOBILITY🏌🏻⁠
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    📌Picking different active movements that promote upper body and lower body range of motion can help reduce injury risk. The movements you pick will be dependent on the range of motion needed for your activities/exercises/sports and your weaknesses. ⁠
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    #chiropractic #physicaltherapy #correctiveexercise #painfree #health #wellness #healthylife #pain #lifestyle #weights #backpain #selfcare #sydney #sydneybusiness #chiropractorsydney #workout #motivation #podiatry #exercise #strength #strong #rehab #fitness #chiropractor #physiotherapy #mobility #shoulders #workout #chiroworkout ⁣⠀⁠
  • 5 0 7 minutes ago

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  • Just had knee replacement surgery. I couldn’t have been happier to use my Young Living products through my stay in the hospital! I used Thieves Hand Sanitizer to keep my hands clean, Thieves mouthwash for clean teeth, bath and shower gel along with lavender shampoo and conditioner since I get to shower before I go home. Lavender lip balm to keep my lips from drying out. Meadow Mist deodorant to keep me fresh and clean and last but not least my night time roller to relax and try to get some zzz’s! I’m so thankful to have these toxin free products to use while I’m in the hospital! Young Living got the win!
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  • Just had knee replacement surgery. I couldn’t have been happier to use my Young Living products through my stay in the hospital! I used Thieves Hand Sanitizer to keep my hands clean, Thieves mouthwash for clean teeth, bath and shower gel along with lavender shampoo and conditioner since I get to shower before I go home. Lavender lip balm to keep my lips from drying out. Meadow Mist deodorant to keep me fresh and clean and last but not least my night time roller to relax and try to get some zzz’s! I’m so thankful to have these toxin free products to use while I’m in the hospital! Young Living got the win!






    #ohiostateuniversitywexnermedicalcenter #kneereplacement #fantasticstaff #younglivingessentialoils #lavender #thieves #peaceandcalming #recovery #physicaltherapy #oilyoasis
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  • Det er blevet sommer, og derfor er det ekstra vigtigt, at du husker at drikke rigeligt med vand både før, under og efter din træning! ☀️🥤 ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀
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  • 9 1 22 minutes ago

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  • [THE PERFECT POSTURE DOES NOT EXIST]
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💡 Can we experience upper back tightness from having a forward head/rounded shoulder posture? Sure. We can also have lower back tightness and soreness in the lower t-spine with a more upright posture. If you sustain any position for an extended period of time, it’s going to give you some discomfort.
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🧠 There will be post or articles you see where it says that being in optimal posture will reduce the stress and prevent harm to your body over time. The problem with that argument is that the stress placed on the body when doing things that take static posture into considerations are very low threshold and human beings are extremely adaptable.
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👀 I wouldn't worry to much about posture because my advice would be if changing helps you feel better then change it. They merely show us habits more than dysfunction. I am not sure who said this quote but the best posture is your next posture, move every 20-60 minutes. Whatever is easiest for you and you'll thank yourself for it.
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👉🏼 Here are a couple of options you can use to help with that tension you may feel after sitting for an extended period of time:
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1.) Thoracic extension with hip hinge
2.) Kneeling thoracic extension
3.) Half kneeling thoracic rotation
4.) PVC pipe assisted side bending
5.) Reach and row with exhalation
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💬 If you've missed my post from a few days ago, posture does not have a correlation to pain. One of my biggest goals when helping patients who think they have postural problem is to educate them but also give them more movement options. It’s not only sitting and standing…you can go half kneeling, kneeling, etc.
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🍗 Do you have any questions? Feel free to shoot me a DM or leave me a comment below. Tag a friend that could benefit from this message or these drills!
  • [THE PERFECT POSTURE DOES NOT EXIST]
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    💡 Can we experience upper back tightness from having a forward head/rounded shoulder posture? Sure. We can also have lower back tightness and soreness in the lower t-spine with a more upright posture. If you sustain any position for an extended period of time, it’s going to give you some discomfort.
    .
    🧠 There will be post or articles you see where it says that being in optimal posture will reduce the stress and prevent harm to your body over time. The problem with that argument is that the stress placed on the body when doing things that take static posture into considerations are very low threshold and human beings are extremely adaptable.
    .
    👀 I wouldn't worry to much about posture because my advice would be if changing helps you feel better then change it. They merely show us habits more than dysfunction. I am not sure who said this quote but the best posture is your next posture, move every 20-60 minutes. Whatever is easiest for you and you'll thank yourself for it.
    .
    👉🏼 Here are a couple of options you can use to help with that tension you may feel after sitting for an extended period of time:
    .
    1.) Thoracic extension with hip hinge
    2.) Kneeling thoracic extension
    3.) Half kneeling thoracic rotation
    4.) PVC pipe assisted side bending
    5.) Reach and row with exhalation
    .
    💬 If you've missed my post from a few days ago, posture does not have a correlation to pain. One of my biggest goals when helping patients who think they have postural problem is to educate them but also give them more movement options. It’s not only sitting and standing…you can go half kneeling, kneeling, etc.
    .
    🍗 Do you have any questions? Feel free to shoot me a DM or leave me a comment below. Tag a friend that could benefit from this message or these drills!
  • 95 2 28 minutes ago
  • I have regained mobility back in my shoulder but it seems I am still being babying it during exercise.  The pushing motion seems to activate discomfort but I am still optimistic.
  • I have regained mobility back in my shoulder but it seems I am still being babying it during exercise. The pushing motion seems to activate discomfort but I am still optimistic.
  • 13 2 38 minutes ago

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  • Balance can be challenged at every age, at every level. Occasionally, we’re met with- “I haven’t fallen yet, I don’t need balance training”. The thing is our balance is well and truly eroding before we have our first-fall. From our 50’s, balance starts to drop and by 65- 1 in 3 adults have a fall each year😳!
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The exercise that has the best effect on our balance is where our balance is very challenged- physiotherapy for balance training is meant to be very difficult! Set up safely- we like to include challenging surfaces, perturbation challenges, rhythmic and cognitive stepping strategies and other balance training techniques- a LOT more than “stand on one leg”.
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It doesn’t matter what age you are- balance training is great for any age but especially those in their 50’s, 60’s, 70’s, 80’s, 90’s, 100’s! .
Reach out to #HarvestPhysioCo if you or someone you know needs a balance program!👣
  • Balance can be challenged at every age, at every level. Occasionally, we’re met with- “I haven’t fallen yet, I don’t need balance training”. The thing is our balance is well and truly eroding before we have our first-fall. From our 50’s, balance starts to drop and by 65- 1 in 3 adults have a fall each year😳!
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    The exercise that has the best effect on our balance is where our balance is very challenged- physiotherapy for balance training is meant to be very difficult! Set up safely- we like to include challenging surfaces, perturbation challenges, rhythmic and cognitive stepping strategies and other balance training techniques- a LOT more than “stand on one leg”.
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    It doesn’t matter what age you are- balance training is great for any age but especially those in their 50’s, 60’s, 70’s, 80’s, 90’s, 100’s! .
    Reach out to #HarvestPhysioCo if you or someone you know needs a balance program!👣
  • 4 1 42 minutes ago
  • Osteoarthritis (OA) of the knee is a progressive disease common among the aging population and a leading cause of disability. It is typically categorized as excessive ‘wear and tear,’ with symptoms including joint stiffness, joint swelling, limited range of motion, eventual lower extremity malalignment, and pain ranging from barely perceptible to debilitating. About 13% of women and 10% of men aged 60 years and older have symptomatic OA of the knee.⠀
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Did you know that dry needling is effective in reducing pain and disability in the osteoarthritic knee? Studies have shown it can increase arterial pressure around the knee by up to 40% and help you reduce your reliance on analgesic or anti-inflammatory medications.⠀
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#osteoarthritis #perfectbounce #physiotherapy #physicaltherapy #dryNeedling
  • Osteoarthritis (OA) of the knee is a progressive disease common among the aging population and a leading cause of disability. It is typically categorized as excessive ‘wear and tear,’ with symptoms including joint stiffness, joint swelling, limited range of motion, eventual lower extremity malalignment, and pain ranging from barely perceptible to debilitating. About 13% of women and 10% of men aged 60 years and older have symptomatic OA of the knee.⠀

    Did you know that dry needling is effective in reducing pain and disability in the osteoarthritic knee? Studies have shown it can increase arterial pressure around the knee by up to 40% and help you reduce your reliance on analgesic or anti-inflammatory medications.⠀

    #osteoarthritis #perfectbounce #physiotherapy #physicaltherapy #dryNeedling
  • 4 0 44 minutes ago
  • Detail: 
Judul: Therapeutic Modalities 4th edition 
Penulis: Chad Starkey PhD ATC 
Penerbit : F.A. Davis 
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Tahun : 2013
Berat buku: 500 gram

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  • Detail:
    Judul: Therapeutic Modalities 4th edition
    Penulis: Chad Starkey PhD ATC
    Penerbit : F.A. Davis
    Company
    Tahun : 2013
    Berat buku: 500 gram

    Untuk pemesanan, mohon diisi data berikut ini :

    Nama :

    Alamat lengkap :

    Kecamatan :

    Kota :

    Provinsi :

    Kode Pos :

    No.HP :

    Email :

    Buku yang dipesan :
    Ekspedisi : JNE REG, WAHANA atau POS (pilih salah satu). Kirim via whatsapp 0857-4756-8556

    Info katalog lengkap dan pricelist hub admin kami.
    Toko Buku medis merupakan toko buku yang menyediakan buku2 import dan lokal.

    Siap melayani pemesanan ecer dan partai besar, ke seluruh Indonesia.
    #import #lokal #tokobukumedis #bukufisioterapi #physicaltherapy #spa #muskolo #neuro #pediatric #geriatric #integumen #2019
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🔹Dynamic Floorwork Warm-Ups: Part 2🔹
(Warm-ups are shown at 2x speed - control is key!).
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In contemporary dance forms, breakin', capoeria, finding and establishing stability through our larger muscle groups (trunk muscles, large shoulder stabilizer muscles) helps to decrease the load on smaller joints such as the wrist or elbow.
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These warmups begin to incorporate the need for trunk (and some hip!) stability. When warming up in a dynamic fashion, we must be aware of how we get up from the ground (concentrically), as well as how we *lower* to the ground (eccentrically).
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1️⃣ BEAR CRAWLS.
⚠️: Keep pelvis level, don't let one hip rotate lower than the opposite hip or let one shoulder drop lower than the other!
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2️⃣ SIDEPLANK + HIP/LEG RAISE.
⚠️: Push into the ground simultaneously through your hip (glute med) and your shoulder/scapula. Think about pushing your hips forward so your hips are on the same plane are your shoulders (like you're up against a wall, face first). The hip extension on the top leg further activates the top glute med muscle as well. Avoid hyperextending through your low back!
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3️⃣ FROZEN BEAR ROLL + SIDEPLANK LIFT
⚠️: The aim for this exercise is to maintain the shoulder and hip rectangle as you roll on your back (Frozen Bear), avoiding twisting the torso. When you reach the side, the goal is the assume the sideplank and leg lift position without letting the shoulder or trunk collapse [read more below!]
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👨🏻‍⚕️💬 As an act of transparency, you can see in the final exercise, my left side definitely needs some work. On my RIGHT side, I can much more easily lift myself off the ground as one unit. On my LEFT however, there is a very obvious initiation from my shoulder first, THEN my hips, rather than simultaneously. Even as physical therapists, we all have work to do!
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🔺DISCLAIMER🔺
The purpose of this site is to promote understanding of dance injuries, and methods of prevention. The information on this site is not intended or implied to be a substitute for professional medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment. If you are experiencing pain, please see your nearest physical therapist by visiting www.MoveForwardPT.com
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    🔹Dynamic Floorwork Warm-Ups: Part 2🔹
    (Warm-ups are shown at 2x speed - control is key!).
    .
    In contemporary dance forms, breakin', capoeria, finding and establishing stability through our larger muscle groups (trunk muscles, large shoulder stabilizer muscles) helps to decrease the load on smaller joints such as the wrist or elbow.
    .
    These warmups begin to incorporate the need for trunk (and some hip!) stability. When warming up in a dynamic fashion, we must be aware of how we get up from the ground (concentrically), as well as how we *lower* to the ground (eccentrically).
    .
    1️⃣ BEAR CRAWLS.
    ⚠️: Keep pelvis level, don't let one hip rotate lower than the opposite hip or let one shoulder drop lower than the other!
    .
    2️⃣ SIDEPLANK + HIP/LEG RAISE.
    ⚠️: Push into the ground simultaneously through your hip (glute med) and your shoulder/scapula. Think about pushing your hips forward so your hips are on the same plane are your shoulders (like you're up against a wall, face first). The hip extension on the top leg further activates the top glute med muscle as well. Avoid hyperextending through your low back!
    .
    3️⃣ FROZEN BEAR ROLL + SIDEPLANK LIFT
    ⚠️: The aim for this exercise is to maintain the shoulder and hip rectangle as you roll on your back (Frozen Bear), avoiding twisting the torso. When you reach the side, the goal is the assume the sideplank and leg lift position without letting the shoulder or trunk collapse [read more below!]
    .
    👨🏻‍⚕️💬 As an act of transparency, you can see in the final exercise, my left side definitely needs some work. On my RIGHT side, I can much more easily lift myself off the ground as one unit. On my LEFT however, there is a very obvious initiation from my shoulder first, THEN my hips, rather than simultaneously. Even as physical therapists, we all have work to do!
    .
    🔺DISCLAIMER🔺
    The purpose of this site is to promote understanding of dance injuries, and methods of prevention. The information on this site is not intended or implied to be a substitute for professional medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment. If you are experiencing pain, please see your nearest physical therapist by visiting www.MoveForwardPT.com
  • 38 2 50 minutes ago
  • La elección de ejercicio es una variable importante a tener en cuenta en el trabajo con BFRT, sobre todo en deportistas lesionados
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Aquí tenéis un ejemplo de como utilizar un ejercicio balístico (Kb Swing) que no implica grandes cargas compresivas a nivel de miembro inferior, pero sí de cizalla debido a la velocidad que alcanza la Kb
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En este caso, el objetivo ha sido mejorar a nivel cardiovascular limitando el impacto articular al máximo
.
#strength #physicaltherapy #citas #fisioterapia #entrenamiento #rehab #readaptación
  • La elección de ejercicio es una variable importante a tener en cuenta en el trabajo con BFRT, sobre todo en deportistas lesionados
    .
    Aquí tenéis un ejemplo de como utilizar un ejercicio balístico (Kb Swing) que no implica grandes cargas compresivas a nivel de miembro inferior, pero sí de cizalla debido a la velocidad que alcanza la Kb
    .
    En este caso, el objetivo ha sido mejorar a nivel cardiovascular limitando el impacto articular al máximo
    .
    #strength #physicaltherapy #citas #fisioterapia #entrenamiento #rehab #readaptación
  • 12 0 53 minutes ago
  • One of our superstar Occupational Therapists, Lisa received this great honest feedback. 
We love having Lisa as part of our team!
  • One of our superstar Occupational Therapists, Lisa received this great honest feedback.
    We love having Lisa as part of our team!
  • 2 2 1 hour ago
  • Guest post!

BAD WORKOUT PROGRAM VS. GREAT WORKOUT PROGRAM by @kruckifitness
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When it comes to building muscle, you want to optimize your routine as best you can to see the best results in the quickest amount of time. This is why the typical "Bro-Split", in which you train everything at most once a week, isn't the best approach because you don't get the chance to use a ton of frequency for each body part.
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For a more optimal program, look at the one on the right. This is a great program. You get to train each muscle twice a week, leading to more volume, leading to more gains over time. Also, your body parts will recover better since there's actually less work for each body part per workout. For example, if you only have one chest day a week, most people are probably obliterating their chest in that workout, making it hard to recover from. But if you train chest twice a week, you can potentially do less work each workout, but still get the same (if not more) sets per week, and you'll recover better.
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Tag someone who should use this split!
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  • Guest post!

    BAD WORKOUT PROGRAM VS. GREAT WORKOUT PROGRAM by @kruckifitness
    -
    When it comes to building muscle, you want to optimize your routine as best you can to see the best results in the quickest amount of time. This is why the typical "Bro-Split", in which you train everything at most once a week, isn't the best approach because you don't get the chance to use a ton of frequency for each body part.
    -
    For a more optimal program, look at the one on the right. This is a great program. You get to train each muscle twice a week, leading to more volume, leading to more gains over time. Also, your body parts will recover better since there's actually less work for each body part per workout. For example, if you only have one chest day a week, most people are probably obliterating their chest in that workout, making it hard to recover from. But if you train chest twice a week, you can potentially do less work each workout, but still get the same (if not more) sets per week, and you'll recover better.
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    Tag someone who should use this split!
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  • 296 13 1 hour ago
  • Aslında balon satan, balon tüccarı değil de sevgi tüccarıydı.  Amcaya 5 lira karşılığında torununa vermesi için bir sevgi sattı...
Ve bir tebessüm çarptı çocuğun gölgesinden o amca’nın ayak bileğine.
  • Aslında balon satan, balon tüccarı değil de sevgi tüccarıydı. Amcaya 5 lira karşılığında torununa vermesi için bir sevgi sattı...
    Ve bir tebessüm çarptı çocuğun gölgesinden o amca’nın ayak bileğine.
  • 17 1 1 hour ago
  • Aslında balon satan, balon tüccarı değil de sevgi tüccarıydı.  Amcaya 5 lira karşılığında torununa vermesi için bir sevgi sattı...
Ve bir tebessüm çarptı çocuğun gölgesinden o amca’nın ayak bileğine.
  • Aslında balon satan, balon tüccarı değil de sevgi tüccarıydı. Amcaya 5 lira karşılığında torununa vermesi için bir sevgi sattı...
    Ve bir tebessüm çarptı çocuğun gölgesinden o amca’nın ayak bileğine.
  • 40 1 1 hour ago
  • Beginner Drills for Plantar Fasciitis Relief

Initial interventions should focus on isometrics first for pain relief/strength, as well as eccentrics for strength and lengthening of tissues (as symptoms allow.) Slow load is key for building resilience in the Achilles and plantar fascia.

Foot intrinsics need to be included because of their role in creating a strong, tripod position for the foot and thus preventing over pronation.

This is important because it creates a strong foundation, which allows for better movement patterns. Also, muscles support joints. Stronger foot muscles are better able to support load and dissipate force, thus sparing the plantar fascia from excessive loading.

1: Single Leg Balance with Tripod Focus
-Tripod = Big toe, little toe, heel
-Actively grip the floor with your feet, pushing the toes down

2: Slow Tempo Calf Raises
-Again, active foot with these

3: Deficit Tempo Calf Raises
-Higher surface = more lengthening of tissues = stronger in a larger range of motion

4: Toe Flexor Press Downs
-Tripod again here
-Spread the toes and then forcefully press them down flat into towel roll

5: Plantar Fascia and Toe Flexor Active Stretch
-Slow and purposeful, with an active foot

#crossfit #physicaltherapist #mobility #lifting #fitness #crossfitter #exercise #workout #physicaltherapy #painfreeperformance #prehab #rehab #strengthtraining #getptfirst #recovery #footpain #plantarfascia
  • Beginner Drills for Plantar Fasciitis Relief

    Initial interventions should focus on isometrics first for pain relief/strength, as well as eccentrics for strength and lengthening of tissues (as symptoms allow.) Slow load is key for building resilience in the Achilles and plantar fascia.

    Foot intrinsics need to be included because of their role in creating a strong, tripod position for the foot and thus preventing over pronation.

    This is important because it creates a strong foundation, which allows for better movement patterns. Also, muscles support joints. Stronger foot muscles are better able to support load and dissipate force, thus sparing the plantar fascia from excessive loading.

    1: Single Leg Balance with Tripod Focus
    -Tripod = Big toe, little toe, heel
    -Actively grip the floor with your feet, pushing the toes down

    2: Slow Tempo Calf Raises
    -Again, active foot with these

    3: Deficit Tempo Calf Raises
    -Higher surface = more lengthening of tissues = stronger in a larger range of motion

    4: Toe Flexor Press Downs
    -Tripod again here
    -Spread the toes and then forcefully press them down flat into towel roll

    5: Plantar Fascia and Toe Flexor Active Stretch
    -Slow and purposeful, with an active foot

    #crossfit #physicaltherapist #mobility #lifting #fitness #crossfitter #exercise #workout #physicaltherapy #painfreeperformance #prehab #rehab #strengthtraining #getptfirst #recovery #footpain #plantarfascia
  • 9 0 1 hour ago