dorsal decubitus position

dorsal decubitus position

See supine.
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From a dorsal decubitus position, a flexion and a plantar extension are made (alternately 2 x 10 repetitions with the injured limb);
From a dorsal decubitus position, the pedal is pushed with counter-resistance (alternately 2 x 10 repetitions with the injured limb);
from a dorsal decubitus position, lower limb is slightly lifted at 15-20[degrees] and held for 5 seconds and flexion-extension of the leg is made (alternately 2 x 10 repetitions with the injured limb, and then with the uninjured one);
from dorsal decubitus position, ankle abduction exercises are made, without and with opposing resistance (for the lateral short peroneal muscle), simultaneously (2 x 10);
from dorsal decubitus position, doing leg flexions and extensions with 1,5 kg sandbags tied to the ankles (alternately 2 x 10 repetitions with the injured limb);
Adopting the ventral and dorsal decubitus positions (by means of the floats), the vertical floating position or the immersion position.