Lumbar Spine Dynamic Stability/Kinetic Control
- By Mark Comerford
Mark Comerford ExercisesThese Mark Comerford exercises are compiled to help the therapist provide instruction to the client on therapeutic or corrective movement of the lumbar spine.
The Mark Comerford exercises are designed for the therapist who has an understanding or is familiar with dynamic stability/kinetic control or movement dysfunction concepts. The exercises are done in different positions and include setting, control (flexion, extension, rotation, lateral, flex./rot., ext./rot., associated and C.G. Shift), stabilisation and lengthening (stretches). The concept of dynamic stability/kinetic control and the analysis and correction of movement dysfunction is an ongoing process of development based on clinical application and an increasing body of academic research. Contains evidence based exercises.
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ack Extensors, Hip, Hip Abductors, Hip Adductors, Hip Flexors, Hip Lateral Rotators, Hip Medial Rotators, Knee Extensors, Knee Flexors, Thoracic Spine, Trunk and Back, Trunk Flexors, Trunk Lateral Flexors, Trunk Stabilizers
Assisted or with a Partner, Chair or Stool, Pillow or Towel, Table or Bench or Bed, Wall, Without Equipment
Abduction, Adduction, Extension, External Rotation, Lateral Flexion
Active and Dynamic Stretching, AROM, Control Extension, Control Flexion, Control Neutral, Movement Control and Stability, Stretching
Half-kneeling, Kneeling, Lying (prone), Lying (supine), On All Fours, Sidelying, Sitting High, Standing,
Active Stretching, Bodyweight, CKC, Diastasis recti, OKC, Passive Assisted Stretching, Passive Stretching, Rehab, Single-joint, Stability
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