Hi NYC!! 🗽Here we are and ready to go!
@indiba.activ @gamereadyes .
#Recovery #recuperacion #radiofrequency
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Hailey 🦝 - "Mom, put that camera away!" 😂
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👉 No uso de resistência elástica, a força aplicada na posição inicial é zero e aumenta gradativamente.
👉 No início de qualquer movimento no corpo, as fibras musculares estão mais estendidas que na contração, mas durante gestos intensos e repetitivos, elas mantém um padrão de rigor mínimo mais intenso, pois o músculo deve estar “sempre atento” para a próxima contração ser tão eficiente quanto as demais.
▪️É o continum aceleração, desaceleração e reaceleração.
👉 E no momento de treinar um músculo em reabilitação para estes repetitivos gestos esportivos, precisamos de condições de treinos de frenagem que simule estas condições iniciais do movimento com o fim do mesmo o mais livre possível de cargas externas como no gesto durante o esporte.
👉 Para realização de treinos de frenagem do movimento, o uso de resistências elásticas nos facilita o processo, pois como a resistência aplicada é variável, consigo iniciar o movimento que quero frear partindo da maior resistência externa do material a ser utilizado para incrementar a aceleração do movimento, fazendo com que o paciente freie ao final do gesto praticamente apenas com a resistência do próprio peso do membro, o que simula o gesto real no esporte, onde ele somente está com o peso do membro do corpo a frear.
👉 Se utilizasse neste mesmo movimento uma carga externa fixa, a resistência oferecida seria praticamente à mesma ao longo de todo o arco (vamos excluir aqui a interação com outras forças envolvidas ao longo do arco como a gravidade) e a frenagem não seria tão condizente como uma situação real.
👉 A resistência fixa pode ser objeto de uso posteriormente se assim você julgar necessário uma sobrecarga externa estável ao longo de toda amplitude do movimento. Vai muito por como vai construir seu pensamento clínico frente as tarefas do paciente.
🎥 Treino anteriores e posteriores de coxa desta forma como uma de minhas ferramentas para otimizar a frenagem e o controle motor proximal dos membros inferiores.
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Check out my walking skills! ⭐
I have improved soo much over the last few days!
It's starting to feel much more natural and comfortable in my knees to walk. However, still a bit strange as I cannot put any weight on my left leg until 6 weeks after operation. But, it's still amazing to move around much easier. 😁
I have gained a lot of flexablily and ability to be strong with my upper body, for example picking things up or reaching for something. So, I can take care of myself a little bit more now also, that's a nice feeling.
I hope it just keeps progressing like this until I feel normal again. That would be amazing!
I look forward to show @espenfadnes all my tricks when he comes home after the World Cup, with his gold medal... 🙄🎖hehe. .
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When that foot starts to go 😻😸😹❤️ Nushka I love you ❤️
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Nas nossas condutas existe o uso da cadeia cinética fechada em membros inferiores, não é?
👉 Que já é um gesto pluriarticular.
👉 Mas ainda falta algo.
▪️Você pode tratar um joelho de uma senhorinha com artrose, ou um esportista de artes marciais, e por quê não evoluir sua CCF para dentro das tarefas rotineiras e de interesse do seu paciente?
👉 É ali que ele utiliza seu joelho.
👉 É ali que você pode entender e refinar deficiências que podem ser deletérias ao longo do tempo.
👉 Ou mesmo se aquela alteração que isoladamente você nota, se talvez ela seja inerte quando inserida dentro das tarefas do indivíduo.
👉 Por exemplo: você nota um déficit de dorsiflexão de tornozelo, importante fator de sobrecarga rotacional de joelho. Será que nos gestos em cadeia fechada que o indivíduo faz em sua rotina aquela falta está sendo importante?
👉 E assim podemos otimizar nossa reabilitação para todo o foco voltado pras atividades laborais do paciente.
▪️”Eu não preciso de um turbo no meu carro. Só o utilizo na cidade, ele não me faz falta. Prefiro investir o valor dele em algo que atenda diretamente às minhas necessidades”.
👉 Pensem nisto e optem sempre pela exposição ao vivo. Seja lá como for seu paciente.
Do jiu-jitsu a estender roupas.
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Mom 👩💻 - "I've been super busy helping Snow recover from his minor injury, but I'm happy to say he's all healed up now. As you can see in this video, Snow is playing and climbing like it's no ones business. Frost came back for a visit with Hailey. As always it's nice to see them, but I'm proud to say they've been gone for a few days. Storm and Rain are still out enjoying the wilderness so I take the sporadic visits whenever they happen. I'm also hoping with Snow feeling his best that he will attempt another adventure with his brother and Hailey but if he isn't ready that's okay too."
5th Annual Asia Pacific Conference on Early Mobilisation and Rehabilitation in the ICU
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BROKEN HILL 🌎 I’m coming to say hello! 🕸️
As Lewis has ventured to Perth to peruse some serious career goals, I would love to come and continue on some treatment for all his clients and anyone looking to experience STRUCTURAL INTEGRATION (SI)
I’m Sophia, I'm a Remedial Massage Therapist, a Registered Nurse and a Structural Integration Practitioner (ATSI). I have over 3 years massage experience, 6 years nursing experience.
I help active men and women with poor movement patterns and pain move more effectively by becoming more aware of their body and postural patterns.
I treat postural patterns, I don't treat symptoms.
I was inspired to start SI work due to the fact I was having particular niggles in my own body after a few years of weightlifting in my shoulders, knees and hips - they wouldn’t go away! I struggled to find a therapist who explained to me the reason why I was having recurrent injury. All I knew was I had inflammation in my shoulder and my knee. After continuous treatments to the same areas with minimal relief, I was pointed in the direction of a book called Anatomy Trains. This is where I found Anatomy Trains Structural Integration and I knew this was what was missing – after experiencing the full Structural Integration 12-Series my little niggles resolved and I was moving with coordination and flow for the first time in my life.
Good bodywork, whether it be physiotherapy, chiropractic or massage should create long term change. This means looking beyond your shoulder, back, hip or knee pain and assessing your body as a whole functioning unit.
You are unique just as your treatments should be. Structural Integration puts you back in the drivers seat of your body so you can experience life to its full potential – pain free.
#myofascia #ManualTherapy#backpain#remedialmassage#fitness#exercise#fisio#musclesense#gym#rehab#massage#rehabilitation#mobility#yoga#yogis#fascia#myofascialrelease#movement#move#yoga#pilates#anatomytrains#structuralintegration#alignment#posture#transformation #chiropractor
LIFE TIP!!! How to filter BS! 👇🏻👇🏻👇🏻👇🏻👇🏻
We have all seen it online. The new special drink! The great new way to shed the pounds! 🧙🏻♂️The new exercise that will get you jacked! 💪🏼💪🏼
But do any of them work?
🤷🏻♂️ First, I want to say that I am not selling anything, I just want to help others to sift through the BS.
🤩 👨🏻🏫 To start off, it would be great if everyone would read peer-reviewed research. But, those can be rough to get through. Databases like PubMed would be great to look at, but that really isn’t that feasible for most people.
So the next best place to go is straight to your common sense. 🤯🤯🤯If this magic drink really worked, why is it that only one pyramid scheme company is selling it? If it was supported by research, pharmaceutical companies would have been all over it. So it probably doesn’t do anything.
How about that cool new exercise you saw that one shredded guy do? The odds that any online fitness guru actually posts videos of their workouts online are pretty low. I guarantee that no one got shredded and by doing “FIVE MINUTE AB BLASTING ROUTINES!” The only thing that works is hard work, grinding through sets, and conventional exercises. Why doesn’t that make it onto social media? Because it doesn’t get likes.
These are just a couple examples of how using common sense can help filter out the BS. If some product or service looks like it will make getting healthy easier, it probably won’t make you healthier. Lack of effort got you OUT of shape , what makes you think that lack of effort will get you IN shape? 🧐 -
I just received word that our position paper with practical recommendations on Cardiovascular Screening in Outpatient physical therapy practice has been accepted to “Physical Therapy” (PTJ) with (very) minimal revisions!!!! That’s the second publication I’ve had accepted today and the second I’ve had accepted to PTJ this year! Both first author papers too! Incredible!
This paper has been a collaborative effort spanning multiple states and multiple countries involving the leading researchers in this field inquiry and practice management. I am incredibly thankful for my team for their contributions and hard work on this first of many papers which will provide practical solutions for CVD management and clinical decision making for outpatient physical therapists.
I had envisioned this paper roughly 4 years ago when I started the #VitalsAreVITAL campaign. To see it come to fruition and supported by my profession’s most prestigious scholarly journal is just awesome. It’s incredible to see where this campaign has gone since those early beginnings. I’ve been so fortunate to have had the opportunity to interact and collaborate with so many amazing people all with the goal of changing physical therapy practice for the better. There is certainly more in the pipeline regarding this issue. Stay tuned.
Thank you all. We will be making this paper open access once it gets through proofing and final publication.
And most importantly thank you, God! #EXERTLab#PhDLife#physiology#physiotherapy#puttingthephysiobackinphysiotherapy