Neurodynamics - Cervical Exercises
- By Michael Shacklock
Michael Shacklock ExercisesThese Micael Shacklock exercises are compiled to help the therapist provide a comprehensive range of safe and specific exercises for self-treatment in patients with musculoskeletal disorders with a neural component or cause.
Based on the principles described in Michael Shacklock's text book 'Clinical Neurodynamics', the Micael Shacklock exercises are built on known neurodynamic mechanisms. The diagnostic categories are related to common spinal and neural dysfunctions and also include specific progressions for persons at low levels of function. For example, acute severe pain, post-surgical and post-trauma conditions ranging up to high functional levels such as athletes, sports people and performing artists. Pictures and videos show the start, end and performance of each exercise. Includes evidence-based exercises.
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Lower Extremities, Neck, Neck Extensors, Neck Lateral Flexors, Neck Rotators, Neural Structures, Upper Extremities
Pillow or Towel, Wall, Without Equipment
Flexion. Lateral Flexion, Rotation and Circumduction
Condition Specific, Dynamic Closer, Dynamic Opener, Educational and Advice, Evidence, Module Info, Neural Mobility, Other Nerve Mobilizations, Slider, Static Opener, Tensioner
Lying (supine), Sitting High, Standing
3c reduced opening, Author, Brachial plexus, Cervical nerve roots, Median nerve, Neural off-loader, Neural tension dysfunction, OKC, Passive Stretching, Reduced closing dysfunction, Reduced opening dysfunction
188 Colour photographs , 94 videos