Rood Approach Techniques: Inhibition vs. Facilitation of Muscle Tone

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OT436 Final Review

Facilitate (increase muscle tone)

Fast brushing

Facilitate (increase muscle tone)

Quick stretch
e.g., quick stretch to the triceps before reaching for a cup

Facilitate (increase muscle tone)

Tapping over a muscle belly

Facilitate (increase muscle tone)

Vibration

Inhibit (decrease muscle tone)

Deep pressure to the insertion of a muscle

Inhibit (decrease muscle tone)

Slow stretch
e.g. Slowly stretch biceps before UB dressing

Inhibit (decrease muscle tone)

Weight bearing

Inhibit (decrease muscle tone)

Neutral warmth
Using own body heat, e.g. wrapping a child in a blanket

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