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Ideas and suggestions from many professionals in different parts of the world have been included.
Neurological Upper Extremity Exercises
These exercises are based on neurological physiotherapy, however, they can be adapted to practise joint mobility and movement control when recovering from e.g. surgery or injury.
Babies consists of up-to-date exercises with clear images and videos. The exercises are particularly useful for professionals working with babies or small children who need help in the development of their motor skills. The exercises provide a visual aid, not only to support practice, but also to guide those involved in the child’s everyday life e.g. at home and in day care.
Upper Extremities are a combination of new and updated versions of existing exercises, which will be of particular interest to professionals working in Physiotherapy (MSK rehab) and Sports & Fitness.
Lower extremity exercises are a combination of new and updated versions of existing exercises, which will be of particular interest to professionals working in Physiotherapy (MSK rehab) and Sports & Fitness.
Includes basic exercises, movements and postures designed to supplement and update our existing children's exercises.
Transfers demonstrates the most common examples of transfers in and out of a bus and a car for wheelchair users. It provides advice on how to perform transfers independently or with an assistant, with and without a ramp. The instructions also include advice for the wheelchair user and their assistants and can be modified for individuals with different levels of functioning.
These exercises were produced primarily for use in the pre- and postoperative knee rehabilitation of seniors.
Contracture Prevention Baby
These exercises contain assisted/passive movements for the upper and lower extremities to maintain mobility.
Includes active and passive joint mobility and muscle stretching exercises, from easy to more advanced
Active range of motion, strengthening and movement control exercises for the shoulder girdle.