neuromuscular reeducation

neuromuscular reeducation

Rehab medicine The use of any manipulation-based therapeutic modality–eg, biofeedback training, intended to help a Pt recuperate functional activity, after trauma or a CVA. See Biofeedback training.
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The studies pointed out the upper limb prosthetic rehabilitation protocols consist of general exercise programme, motor tasks, phantom exercises, Muscle Training System, edema control, functional activities, signal strengthening, prosthetic education exercises, neuromuscular reeducation, virtual image and virtual reality exercises.
It has updated chapters on headaches, temporomandibular disorders, essential hypertension, pelvic floor disorders, attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), tinnitus, Raynaud's disease, diabetes, fibromyalgia, irritable bowel syndrome, neuromuscular reeducation, bowel/bladder disorders, pediatrics, and optimizing performance among artists and athletes, as well as entering the field and ensuring competence.
In light of such strong evidence in support of neuromuscular reeducation programs, athletic organizations should devote resources to identifying athletes at risk for severe knee injury and implementing training programs.
Irene Dowd, author of Taking Root to Fly: Articles on Functional Anatomy for Dancers, has developed a unique approach to injury prevention using neuromuscular reeducation, which she teaches in her private practice in New York City.
Developed by Christa Rypins, Yummy Yoga is a blend of yoga and somatics (a system of neuromuscular reeducation).
Manual therapy included direct myofascial release, joint mobilization, muscle energy techniques, strengthening, stretching, neuromuscular reeducation, and instruction in an extensive home exercise program, Dr.
To achieve these goals in both patient populations, physical therapists make extensive use of a range of techniques such as low-impact aerobic exercises, gait training, high-level balance activities, transfer and bed mobility training, safety reinforcement and neuromuscular reeducation.

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