Functional Rehabilitation Exercises

Functional Performance And Rehabilitation

Fpr is a membership site where Function is the basis for Performance and Rehabilitation. Fpr takes the approach to performance and rehabilitation where sound clinical and evidence based rationale is used for corrective exercise to negate movement impairments and dysfunctions. Fpr looks through a functional pair of lenses at other parts of the body and how those body parts contribute to movement dysfunction. All this is brought to the members through articles, videos, and presentations. Fpr has a mission to collect the newest research articles on performance and rehabilitation topics that members perhaps dont have time to read on their own. Fpr will not only read articles but will develop an application to the learned concepts for allied health professions, coaches, and athletes to utilize. The end result is members training and rehabilitation programs become more functional and efficient. The key to designing any functional rehabilitation or performance program is to first assess what the functional deficits are. With this exercise you get the benefits of core stabilization, glute activation, and lower trap stabilization. You achieve core stabilization by having your patient/client maintain a neutral spine positioning through a flexionextension dynamic movement but you also obtain neutral spine from the glute max activation.

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Parental Chronic Pain and Its Impact on the Children

A study of single mothers with spinal disorder investigated their response to a treatment program designed for functional restoration, Gatchel and associates (2005) found that the single mothers displayed a greater level of depression pre-treatment compared to other groups. However, they were no different at follow-up than the single fathers, and the conclusion was that single parents can show similar chronic pain rehabilitation outcomes relative to other chronically disabled work-related spinal disorder patients. While the study was only indirectly related to the children, there was no suggestion that the children of the single mothers were at any greater risk or susceptible to the consequences of having a depressed mother.

Materials and methods

Strict case inclusion criteria were used in this study. Two hundred thirty-three cases from the author's first 5 years of brachial plexus surgery were excluded (1985-1989) because of the immaturity of the surgeon. Surgeries performed after the year 2000 (259 cases) were excluded because of inadequate follow-up time (recovery from the contralateral C7 transfer usually takes at least 3 y to obtain results) 25 . Between 1990 and 2000, 773 patients with brachial plexus lesions were treated surgically. After excluding patients who had obstetric brachial plexus palsy (164 patients), thoracic outlet syndrome (27 patients), tumor of brachial plexus (16 patients), irradiation neuritis (6 patients), and brachial plexus poliolike neuritis (18 patients), 542 adult patients with brachial plexus injuries remained. Among these 542 patients, nerve transfers were used for functional restoration of the shoulder (266 patients), elbow function (301 patients), and hand or finger function (60 patients),...

Small Incision Surgery

Extracapsular cataract surgery, either by planned extracapsular techniques or by phacoemulsification, achieves satisfactory visual results. Over the past 7 years there has been a progressive trend toward using phacoemulsification for cataract removal, although planned extracapsular procedures are still performed by many ophthalmologists. Phacoemulsification permits cataract removal through an incision that is approximately 2 3 smaller than with conventional extracapsular surgery. The benefits of small incision surgery include mechanical stability of the incision, rapid return to normal activities, and rapid visual functional rehabilitation. With advances in the techniques of phacoemulsification and the technological developments of phacoemulsification equipment, the results of the surgery have favored this method of cataract surgery. Phacoemulsification has also hastened the development of IOLs that enhance the benefits of the smaller incision. These include narrow profile PMMA IOLs...

Energy Expenditure

Treatment with a control nutritional supplement, TEE, REE, and AEE were unchanged, but in patients receiving a supplement enriched with EPA, physical activity was increased 26 . Thus, low physical activity levels may be an important feature of energy balance in cancer patients, which may, in turn, affect functional performance and quality of life.

Imaging With Fdopa

Animal models of parkinsonism induced with a neurotoxin (MPTP) have played an important role in the development of cell transplantation surgery (73,74). This has been performed mainly in primates and mice to provide controlled striatal lesions to test various aspects of transplantation strategy. The functional restoration of the DA innervation of striatum has been investigated in MPTP-lesioned Gottingen minipigs after grafting of fetal pig mesencephalic neurons (75). Pigs received bilateral