“Train the Chain”: Rehabilitation Methods Addressing Bio “Mis” Chanics of the Kinetic Chain

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SKU:
827008243099
Author:
Thomas Palmer
Published:
2012
Length:
101 minutes
The kinetic chain model of rehabilitation is used to promote mobility and function following injury or surgery. Inappropriate movement as a result of these conditions is likely associated with muscle restrictions, weakness, tightness, and compensation. Regional interdependence takes into account that poor movement at one body segment will alter the mechanics and responsibilities of adjacent segment(s) along the kinetic chain. Anatomical structures, such as, ligament, muscle and tendon are forced to take on compensatory responsibilities that compromise their nature role. â€œTrain the Chain”: Rehabilitation Methods Addressing Bio “Mis” Chanics of the Kinetic Chain utilizes a regional interdependence model to offer clinicians simple treatment methods for bio-mischanics of the kinetic chain.

Among the topics covered:

• What do we know? Bio “mis” chanics
• Segmental interdependence
• International classification of function
• Compensation
• Common ailments
• Guidelines for treatment
• Bio “mis” chanics lab
• Pectoralis minor
• T-spine paraspinal release
• T-spine mobility
• Hip/T-spine rotation
• Iliopsoas release