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Emily Raber, ATS and Brian Greene, ATS
A position of a person’s body when sitting or standing. The alignment of the body to properly function with regard to kinematics.
Functionality Minimizing risk of injury (acute and chronic) Increase quality of life Effects on Gait Walking Running Performance in activities
Individual body awareness Instruction is Key Congenital Some things we will not be able to fix. Rehabilitation Goals Expectations
Emphasis Heel Strike Toe-Crinkle
Scap pinches/push up Emphasis on relaxing upper traps Progressional 4 way arm Emphasis on correct shoulder posture YTW’s Emphasis on pinching in back Rows Emphasis pinching in back Stretches: Pectorals Straight arm on the wall, bent arms in corner, Foam roller back stretch
Penguins Emphasis on the “pop” of mid-foot Straight Leg Lunge Emphasis on hip extensor activation Hip Bridging Emphasis on terminal hip extension High knee marching Emphasis on mid-foot position Walking RDL Emphasis on balance and hip extensor activation
Emily Raber, ATS & Brian Greene, ATS Castleton State College Any Questions?