New exercise module: JEMS® Dynamic Movement Progressions for Trunk and Lower Body

Uutiset | 17 April 2015
JEMS® by Joanne Elphinston
This new exercise module is crafted for rehabilitation and fitness professionals to design balanced, progressive movement re-education programmes based on the JEMS® approach.

The module includes exercises for early stage rehabilitation through to dynamic active movement, applicable to people of all ages and injury types. It offers options at a variety of functional levels to enable development of spinal, lumbo-pelvic and hip mobility; balance; trunk and pelvic control; dynamic movement relationships between the trunk, pelvis and lower limb; posture and breathing.

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About the author Joanne Elphinston

Highly respected international lecturer, physiotherapist, performance consultant and author Joanne Elphinston has been developing JEMS® for over twenty five years. Taught internationally since the mid 1990s, Joanne's approach is used with enthusiasm across the spectrum of therapeutic, coaching and fitness applications, including paediatrics, geriatrics, orthopaedics, rheumatology, sports and athlete development.

JEMS® continuously evolves with the latest research in the fields of biomechanics, motor learning, neuroscience and psychology, making functional links for a holistic, clinically reasoned approach with a firm foundation in the evidence base.

Click here to read Joanne´s article about the JEMS® approach.