Rehab II - PNF treatment technique - Lab

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Agonistic Reversals

resisted concentric contraction to isometric hold at end range to resisted eccentric contraction to isometric hold at end range

Alternating Isometrics

alternating pattern, agonist and antagonist muscle contract isometrically

Contract Relax

joint is moved to the limit of pain-free motion with rotation

Hold Relax

joint is moved to the limit of pain-free motion

Rhythmic Initiation

passive to active assisted to active to resisted movements

Rhythmic Rotation

passive motion in a rhythmic rotation

Rhythmic Stabilization

pt attempts to maintain a position through isometric contraction

Slow Reversal

concentric contraction of the agonist

Slow Reversal Hold

concentric contraction of the agonist with resisted isometrics hold at the end of ROM

Agonistic Reversal & Slow Reversals & Slow Reversal Hold

what stage of motor control is CONTROLLED MOBILITY

Contract Relax & Hold Relax & Rhythmic Initiation & Rhythmic Rotation

what stage of motor control is MOBILITY

Alternating Isometrics & Rhythmic Stabilization & Slow Reversal Hold

what stage of motor control is STABILITY

Agonistic Reversal & Slow Reversals & Slow Reversal Hold

what stage of motor control is SKILL

Alternating Isometrics & Hold Relax & Rhythmic Stabilization

what treatment of impairment is DECREASE PAIN

Agonistic Reversal & Rhythmic Stabilization & Slow Reversals & Slow Reversal Hold

what treatment of impairment is INCREASE STRENGTH

Alternating Isometrics & Contract Relax & Hold Relax & Rhythmic Initiation & Rhythmic Stabilization & Slow Reversal Hold

what treatment of impairment is INCREASE ROM

Agonistic Reversal & Alternating Isometrics & Rhythmic Initiation & Slow Reversals

what treatment of impairment is INCREASE COORDINATION

Agonistic Reversal & Alternating Isometrics & Rhythmic Stabilization & Slow Reversal Hold

what treatment of impairment is INCREASE STABILITY

Rhythmic Initiation

what treatment of impairment is INITIATION OF MOVEMENT

Hold Relax & Rhythmic Initiation & Rhythmic Rotation

what treatment of impairment is DECREASE MUSCLE TONE

Alternating Isometrics & Rhythmic Stabilization & Slow Reversals & Slow Reversal Hold

what treatment of impairment is INCREASE ENDURANCE

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