In this hour, Dr. Greenstein teaches a systematic approach to rehabilitation. He explains how to implement a rehabilitative program within the office that covers: four considerations of exercise, muscles prone to weakness versus tightness, pain and inflammation effect on function, joint integrity, mobility, ROM, muscle length, sensory and reflex integrity. He also reviews three keys to proprioception and sensory motor training progressions.
This is one-hour of a complete course by Dr. Greenstein covering the fundamental principles of rehabilitation, balance and stability exercises to rehabilitate patients diagnosed with traumatic injuries. The course covers patient-specific exercise protocols to progress your patients through every phase of care, allowing them to actively participate in their recovery.
The participant will be able to apply a number of principles of a progressive system of rehabilitation in his or her office, identify the muscles that are prone to weakness that need exercise versus tightness that need stretching. He or she will be able to use information learned in this course to make better decisions about rehabilitation programs for specific patients diagnosed with traumatic injuries.
|Low Tech Rehab in Whiplash - Introduction to Functional Exercises Length: 17min|
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|Low Tech Rehab in Whiplash - Balance, Gait, and Locomotion Length: 12min|
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|Low Tech Rehab in Whiplash - Designing Exercise Prescriptions Length: 10min|
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|Low Tech Rehab in Whiplash - Demonstrating Functional Exercises Length: 13min|
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