Therapeutic Stretching in Physical Therapy

Therapeutic Stretching in Physical Therapy

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qThis is a highly enjoyable and well presented book that I recommend for any clinician from student to experienced practitioner. It is suitable for all physiotherapists, manual therapists, sports physiotherapists/therapists, strength and conditioning coaches, sports scientists, athletes and patients who would like to understand, recover and improve their range and ease of movement.q Jimmy Reynolds, Head of Sports Medicine - Academy, Ipswich Town Football Club, Oct 14 Helps transform thinking about the therapeutic value of stretching and how it is best applied in the clinical setting Examines the difference between therapeutic and recreational stretching Focuses on the use of stretching in conditions where individuals experience a loss in range of movement (ROM) Explores what makes stretching effective, identifying behaviour as a main driving force for adaptive changes Discusses the experience of pain, sensitization and pain tolerance in relation to stretching and ROM recovery Contains over 150 photographs and 45 minutes of video describing this new revolutionary approach Applicable to a variety of perspectives including osteopathy, chiropractic, physical therapy, sports and personal trainers Ideal for experienced practitioners as well as those taking undergraduate and postgraduate coursesReciprocal inhibition There is another widespread belief in manual therapy that, during METs, the isometric contraction of agonists will ... Under normal circumstances, the control to synergistic pairs is simultaneous and centrally controlled (Fig.

Title:Therapeutic Stretching in Physical Therapy
Author:Eyal Lederman
Publisher:Elsevier Health Sciences - 2013-08-19


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