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Chapter 71 Chapter 71 Physical Therapy, Physical Modalities, and Exercise Regimens in the Management of Osteoporosis Copyright © 2013 Elsevier Inc. All rights reserved.
FIGURE 71.1 Kyphosis measurement using flexicurve ruler. 2
Copyright © 2013 Elsevier Inc. All rights reserved. FIGURE 71.2 Measurements of posturea. a. Rib–pelvis distance test. b. Wall–occiput distance (WOD). 3
Copyright © 2013 Elsevier Inc. All rights reserved. FIGURE 71.3 A, Normal posture with natural cervical lordosis, thoracic kyphosis, and lumbar lordosis. B, Hyperkyphosis and head-forward posture typical of individual with osteoporosis and vertebral fractures. 4
Copyright © 2013 Elsevier Inc. All rights reserved. FIGURE 71.4 Examples of exercises to promote best posture. A, Cervical posture correction with cervical retraction and axial elongation; B, corner stretch for lengthening of the anterior shoulder girdle; C, Scapular retraction for upper back/shoulder girdle strengthening; D, mini-press up to decrease thoracic hyperkyphosis; E, prone spine extension strengthening; F, stair lunge for anterior hip stretch. 5
Copyright © 2013 Elsevier Inc. All rights reserved. FIGURE 71.5 Unsafe movements and safe alternatives. A, unsafe toe touch for hamstring stretching with spine flexion; B, safe supine hamstring stretch with neutral spine maintained; C, unsafe abdominal curl up with spine flexion; D, safe abdominal isometric in supine; E, unsafe loaded trunk rotation with resistance in sitting; F, safe unloaded trunk rotation in supine. 6
SPINE EXERCISE AND MANIPULATION INTERVENTIONS DPT – SEMESTER 7 Dr. Sarah Ehsan.
Posture means position Posture is the body’s alignment and positioning with respect to COG. Attitude of the body, the relative alignment of body/limb.
Copyright © F.A. Davis Company Part IV: Exercise Interventions by Body Region Chapter 16 The Spine: Exercise Interventions.
Mazyad Alotaibi. Posture means position Posture is the body’s alignment and positioning with respect to COG. Attitude of the body, the relative.
SPINAL INJURIES Chapter 11. Anatomy of the Spine Coccyx = tailbone, 3-5 fused vertebrae Sacrum = tailbone area, 5 fused vertebrae Lumbar = lower spine,
ATC 222 The Spine Chapter 25 Natasha Tibbetts, ATC.
Posture Definition: Position or attitude of the body. Relative arrangement of body parts for a specific activity. Characteristic manner of bearing.
Chapter Exercise Prescription for Flexibility and Low- Back Function Wendell Liemohn C H A P T E R.
Exercise Movement Analysis. Arm Curl Manual of Structural Kinesiology Muscular Analysis of Upper Extremity Exercises 8-2 JointAction Agonists in Lifting.
Allie Abraham,. Occurs on the sagittal plane Anterior rotation of the pelvis Often paired with excessive lordosis of the lumbar spine Hip flexors.
1 Chapter 77 - Ischemic Renal Disease Copyright © 2013 Elsevier Inc. All rights reserved.
Sports Med 2. History Most important thing to do is rule out a spinal cord injury Did you land on top of, or hit someone with your head Did you lose.
1 Copyright © 2013 Elsevier Inc. All rights reserved. Chapter 14.
Thera-Band Cervical Extension Isometric - Helps strengthen the deep neck stabilizers, including the deep neck flexors. Instructions: Place the middle of.
Presentation title (Date) Presentation Title Presentation title (Date) Structural changes during pregnancy.
Posture programming 김수경, 손효정, 전선미 1. Hyper lordotic kyphotic posture 특징 -Head: forward -Neck: increase curve -Scapulae: abducted -Thorax: increased(kyphosis)
SUN SALUTA TIONS MOUNTAIN POSE EXTENDED MOUNTAIN (Baby Back Bend) FUNCTION – postural alignment; spinal extension Breath – inhale Body Part and Direction.
V.C. Muscular Stability Abdominal muscles on ventral side: 1. Prevent V.C. hyperextension 2. Pull pelvis toward sternum 3. Pull thorax toward pelvis.
Spine Rehab Sports Med. Most athletes with back pain have some fluctuation of their symptoms in response to certain postures and activities General rule.
The Pelvic Girdle. Pelvic Girdle The pelvic girdle (ilium, ischium and pubis) provides support and protection to the abdominal organs and transmits force.
Copyright © F.A. Davis Company Part IV: Exercise Interventions by Body Region Chapter 14 The Spine: Structure, Function, and Posture.
Mobility and Stability for Streamlining Diane Elliot England Programmes.
1 1 EFFECTIVE EXERCISE FOR SENIORS Ming Leung, Physiotherapist Regional Coordinator, Seniors Falls and Injury Prevention Fraser Health Authority Debbie.
Chapter 10: Flexibility Lesson 10.1: Flexibility Facts Self-Assessment 10: Arm, Leg, and Trunk Flexibility.
Humeral Anterior Glide Syndrome 과 목 명 : 임상물리치료진단실습 담당교수 : 유 병 규 교수님 제 출 일 : 발 표 자 : 곽 문 고.
Chapter 24 Rehabilitation of Injuries to the Spine.
MUSCULAR SYSTEM. FUNCTIONS: BODY MOVEMENT PUMP BLOOD THROUGHOUT YOUR BODY MOVES FOOD THROUGH THE DIGESTIVE SYSTEM CONTROLS THE MOVEMENT OF AIR IN AND.
1 Chapter 69 - Clinical Disturbances of Phosphate Homeostasis Copyright © 2013 Elsevier Inc. All rights reserved.
Pearl Gryfe - all rights reserved MAT ASSESSMENT Pearl Gryfe – M.Sc., B.Sc.OT Clinical Director Assistive Technology Clinic.
Protecting Your Patients AND Yourself Why do we need to learn about positioning? ◦ Patient comfort/decrease pain ◦ Support and stability to pt’s truck.
Dedicated to seating and mobility solutions Assist wheelchair users in achieving their goals Respect lifestyle, function, posture, skin protection Provide.
Anatomical Language and Terminology. It all seems Greek to me!!!! Often students complain that when they study anatomy it seems so hard because it’s like.
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.
Posture stability and Balance. Posture Principles Definition of “good” posture Examples of poor posture.
ACE Personal Trainer Manual 5 th Edition Chapter 9: Functional Programming for Stability-Mobility and Movement Lesson 9.2.
The Spine Chapter 20 Pages Bony Anatomy Bones: 33 individual bones called vertebrae Cervical Spine: 7 vertebrae Thoracic Spine: 12 vertebrae.
Common Spinal Deformities Lordosis Excessive anterior curvature of the spine Exaggeration of normal curves in the cervical & lumbar spines.
Balance and Asymmetry Improving Performance and Avoiding Injury by Eliminating Asymmetries.
Chapter 22 Chapter 22 Biomechanics of Hip and Vertebral Fractures Copyright © 2013 Elsevier Inc. All rights reserved.
MUSCLES AND MOVEMENT To know the meaning of origin and insertion of a variety of muscles To understand the different muscular movements To be able to develop.
Anterior Capsule Stretch Sit or kneel with your elbow and hand supported and directly out to the side of your body. With the hand of the uninvolved arm,
Copyright © 2004 Pearson Education, Inc., publishing as Benjamin Cummings Human Anatomy & Physiology, Sixth Edition Elaine N. Marieb PowerPoint ® Lecture.
Normal posture can be viewed from the side. With normal posture you could run a line through…. Behind the ear. Through the center of the shoulder.
IN THE NAME OF LORD THE ONE & MIGHTY. ANATOMY OF SKELETONE & ANATOMICAL MOVEMENTS.
The “CORE” Refers to all parts of the body, excluding the arms and legs: Pelvic, Trunk and Shoulder girdles.
Biomechanics of the Spine & Hip Movements of Spine –Flexion, Rotation, Extension, Abd, Add. Hip Movements –Elevation, Anterior & Posterior Tilt, Flexion,
Postural Considerations HS 349L. Level Landmarks Shoulders Shoulders Hips Hips Finger tips Finger tips Inferior angle of scapulae Inferior angle of scapulae.
Slide 1 Spinal Stability Tara Jo Manal PT, SCS, OCS.
Ergonomic Education & Injury Prevention Developed for.
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