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Rehab II - PNF treatment technique - Lab

STUDY
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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