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Selamat Petang semua. Segala urusan rawatan dan jual beli akan ditangguh sehingga 14 April 2020. Akan dibuka pada tarikh yang akan diumumkan . Untuk info lebih lanjut, Call atau whatsapp sekarang !!! 03-89399866 / 0133408250 . . Positive Image Seri Kembangan (PISK) No 51, jalan Equine 10, Taman Equine 43300 Seri Kembangan , Selangor. . . Cawangan kami Positive Image Hospital Putrajaya (PIHPJ) - Positive Image Institut Kanser Negara (PIIKN) - Positive Image Seri Kembangan (PISK) . . #serikembangan #serdang #putrajaya #kajang #puchong #fisioterapi #physiotherapy #rehab #sportsrehab #stroke #lymphedema #pain


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We started working with Shannon 6 months following a Right achilles repair. Her goal was to be able to play rugby again so she started with me for a more sport specific program. •••••••••••• Through hard work and only 7 sessions spread over 6 months, we were able to discharge her back to rugby! •••••••••••• The average return to sport timeline following achilles repair is 12 months. The #1 risk for re-injury is previous injury but thankfully the risk for re-tear of the achilles following rehab is roughly 4%. What we worry about is compensations and poor movement patterns that led to the initial tear and could potentially lead to injury elsewhere following discharge. So our goals as physical therapists is to discharge our clients at a significantly reduced risk for re-injury. And you do that through thorough screening and objective testing. •••••••••••• We utilized functional screening such as the Functional Movement Screen (FMS), Selective Functional Movement Assessment (SFMA), Y balance testing, Broad Jump Testing, and Hop Testing to aid in programming and to focus on injury risk reduction prior to returning her to sport. •••••••••••• FMS and Y balance were cleared 2-3 months from initial testing. Broad jump was initially tested and then hop testing was added later. •••••••••••• Results below indicate % difference between the operated (Right) and the non-operated (Left) side: 10/16/19: Single to Double Leg Broad Jump: % Difference: 33%. •••••••••••• 2/16/20: Single to Double Leg Broad Jump: % Difference: 16% Single Leg Hop % Difference: 26% Triple Hop % Difference: 14% •••••••••••• 3/16/20: Single Leg to Double Leg Broad Jump: % Difference: 7%. Single Leg Hop Difference: 0%. Triple Hop Difference: 0%. Triple Hop Crossover Difference: 2%. •••••••••••• Thank you to Shannon for working hard and believing in the program! The proof is in the results 😊 . . . . . #sportspt #sportsrehab #sportsrehabilitation #physicaltherapy #physicaltherapist #orlandophysicaltherapy #orlandophysicaltherapist #achillesrehab #achillesrepair #achillesrupture #achillestendon


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It has been a good week for the Achilles Rehab Progress! I have been cleared to drive and I have been cleared to begin static stretching! I am so happy with the way things have been progressing and I am completely thankful to the medical staff at the Orthopedic Associates of Flower Mound! #achillestendon #achilles #achillesrehab #physicaltherapy #orthopedicsurgery #orthopedictherapy #orthopedics #ankle #activelifestyle #sportstherapy #sportsrehab #progressnotperfection #progress #movingforward #patience #discipline #exercises #exercise #fitness #physicalfitness #foothealth #foot #stretch #staticstretching #stretching #staticstretch #movingforward #footexercises


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Pastikan anda menjaga jarak sosial di tempat kerja . . #covid19 #stayathome . . Source : kkm . . For more information, Call or whatsapp now ! 03-89399866 / 0133408250 . . Positive Image Seri Kembangan (PISK) No 51, jalan Equine 10, Taman Equine 43300 Seri Kembangan , Selangor. . . Our Branch Positive Image Hospital Putrajaya (PIHPJ) - Positive Image Institut Kanser Negara (PIIKN) - Positive Image Seri Kembangan (PISK) . . #serikembangan #serdang #putrajaya #kajang #puchong #fisioterapi #physiotherapy #rehab #sportsrehab #stroke #lymphedema #pain


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Circuito de ejercicio, OBJETIVOS: Potencia, resistencia y explosividad. Estos objetivos proveen a los profesionales dedicados al entrenamiento de la fuerza y el acondicionamiento un punto de partida para evaluar y potenciar la preparación física de los atletas. En este caso, etapa de fortalecimiento y preparación absoluta en variables de ejercicio deportivo de un paciente Jugador de Football americano (WR) posterior a curugia de LCA y LCP. #rehabilitacion #rehabilitation #physicaltherapy #fisioterapia #terapiafisica #physiotherapy #sportsrehabilitation #sportsrehab #strong #sportsphysiotherapy #sportsphysio #kneerehab #functionaltherapy #functionalphysiotherapy #rehabilitaciondeportiva #terapiafuncional #atletaelite #eliteathlete #borregoscem #blueprint #startmovingkeepmoving #movrehabilitacion


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Entrada en calor: 1-Movilidad glenohumeral y torácica 10+10rep. 2-90/90 con paso adelante 20rep. Series 4. Bloque principal: 1-Patada lateral +medio burpee 2-Araña+plancha lateral+sprawl. 3-Swing +desplazamiento lateral. 4-Posición de oso, toco mano y rodilla contralateral. Trabajo 1’. Pausa 1’. Series 4. #treino #yoentrenoencasa #funcional #bodybuilding #functionaltraining #kettlebells #kettlebellworkout #core #crossfit #fit #fitness #workout #wod #gluteworkout #legday #deadlift #wod #gymnastics #mobility #functional #determination #strengthtraining #fitness #rehabilitation #sportsperformance #sportsrehab #fitnessmotivation #workoutprogram #coreworkout #workoutroutine #glutes #fullbodyworkout


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🏋️ Inch Worms - targets lower body including glutes and hamstrings while targeting the upper body at the same time. This is also a good way to stretch out the lower body before a run. 🏋️ Glute Bridge - targets the glutes. Tapping your core to remind yourself to keep it contracted throughout the exercises HELPS. This is an exercise for your butt but why not your core too? 🏋️ Glute Bridge Roll Out - target the glutes through an eccentric challenge requiring something your can use that will roll. Ball, foam roller, or anything else can work. 👯‍♂️ Tag a friend below to challenge them to do these 🤔 Comment below how you would make these harder? 😏 Comment below what else you want to see 👍 🦁 #Rehab #Rehabilitation #AthleticTraining #Prehab #hamstrings #glutes #butt #fitness #fittips #workfromhome #workout #strengthtraining #physio #sportsrehab #trainsmart #exercise #fitnesstips #crossfit #move #lionmovement


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If you're done with using a towel or other means that resemble a roller and keen to treat yourself, take a look at the BLACKROLL roller range. Made with high quality materials, they won't deform, are eco-friendly and are 100% recyclable! Available to purchase online at gatewayrehab.com.au #blackroll #foamroller #exerciseathome #stayhome #indoorworkout #fasciatraining #gatewaysportsandrehab #sportsrehab #rehabilitation #exercise #indoorgym #homegym #homeworkouts #rollathome #blackrollaustralia #myofascialrelease #training #recovery #healthandfitness #fitness


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Why did Cole have elbow pain? - This is a follow-up from yesterday’s post, so please revisit that post for more details. - I’ll step you through our assessment show you how we nailed down his issues - Health history: Medial elbow pain for the past 5 years only when throwing on the mound. No issues outside of that. MRI is clean and previous therapy did not fix the problem. No pain with any valgus testing on the table and no significant postural findings. - Movement screen: Screen was good except for cervical rotation. Notice how his right rotation is limited in standing vs supine when I rotate him. This is a trunk stability issue. - Cole’s #90mphformula metrics Height: 6’ Weight: 210lbs Deadlift: 450lbs Chin up: 15 reps Reverse lunge: see 135lb video 👀 Long toss: 310ft - Watch Cole’s initial lunge. You will see him create lumbar flexion and, more importantly, a hip flexion moment at the hip. This is a very common mechanical flaw we see in the gym, running, and throwing. This is a trunk stability issue. This amount of load is pretty low on top of his suboptimal movement pattern— a double whammy. - Right after I saw his lunge, I asked Dad if he had an aggressive hip flexion on the mound. Dad showed me a the video attached to this post. Look at that aggressive hip flexion pattern prior/at ball release. This is something I’ve spoken at length about. This pattern jumped off the page to me a few years ago when I saw double digit guys come to me after their second Tommy John and they all had that same aggressive hip flexion pattern. To this day, I’ve yet to see a guy after a second TJ that doesn’t have this pattern. We also see this pattern with a lot of guys with “mysterious” elbow pain, especially on the mound. - From there I screened a push-up reach variation that is shown above. You’ll see significant trunk sway and rotation. Another trunk stability issue. - I instructed Cole to shut down throwing until he could crush 225lbs on reverse lunges. He started a remote program that was absolutely brutal, forcing him to fix his positions. - Cole is now crushing 225lbs for reps and pain free in the bump. Great work kid! - #baseballtraining #sportsrehab #athletefirst


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Most people who are a bit unfit and looking to lose a few pounds simply need to move a bit more. Yes, there are certain types of exercise that may be more beneficial to you; and yes, some may be more effective than others for your goals; but for the most part, the key to success is consistency, and nothing will hinder your consistency more than forcing yourself to do something you hate. It’s a relationship that will never last and will end in tears! Some people do actually enjoy the gym, others hate it. You might hate it when you’re there but love the feeling you get when you’ve finished a workout (a good workout should be tough and or you’re probably not working hard enough – but it shouldn’t deter you from doing it or make you dread going). Some people enjoy running, others hate it. Some people enjoy playing football, others hate it. …you get my point. If all you need to do right now is clean up your diet and move a bit more, the BEST exercise you can do… is the exercise you WILL do. That being said, gyms are around for a reason and are probably the best place to go to work towards fitness goals. Sometimes just running, or playing a couple of games of netball a week just aren’t the right thing to get you to your goals; but even then, a good workout should be one that you, for want of a better word, “enjoy”. There are so many options with regards to exercise selection that if there’s an exercise you really don’t like, you can find an alternative.Remember, you need to train consistently, not sporadically, to see the best results, and finding something you enjoy, or can at least tolerate with some willpower is essential to your success. You will need to work hard – don’t just pick something you think is easy and think that’s going to be enough. Whatever you choose, work hard at it, and strive to improve at it constantly.So  think about what exercises you think you’d enjoy. Yes, the gym is preferable, but you need to find a routine that you don’t hate for that to work. Any questions get in touch


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💥Single Leg Stability and Performance💥 : : It is important for every athlete to feel comfortable and confident with jumping, landing, and pivoting during their particular sport. : : Adequate single leg stability is key to preventing lower extremity injuries while also allowing for each individuals maximum athletic performance! : : In the clinic, I find that a lot of the athletes I work with are good at hiding unilateral deficits when performing bilateral movements such as squat, deadlift, or any jumping motion. Unilateral exercises are just as important to sport performance as bilateral exercises are. : : The video above shows various ways to improve single leg stability and landing mechanics. These exercises are perfect for anyone looking to improve their sport/athletic performance or someone that is in the late stages of rehab and is looking to get back to playing the sport/activity that they love! : : A couple key things to remember when doing these exercises is making sure you prevent your knee from going too far in/out and also maintain a nice athletic stance throughout each movement. : : Disclaimer: this video is for education and entertainment purposes only. Please see your local doctor or physical therapist for your own individualized program. #singlelegstability #aclpreventionprogram #soccerrehab #soccer #physicaltherapistassistant #physicaltherapy #physicaltherapist #sportsrehab #sportsmedicine #athleticperformance #strengthandconditioning #physicaltherapyassistant #orthopedics #underarmour #nike


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🎙 EPISODE 10 is LIVE 🔥⁣ 🦵🏽⁣ Link in BIO. Chapter 1: Medial Knee!


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One of the most important aspects of post-operative rehab is to immediately work on passive range of motion. The body lays down scar tissue quickly. If the we don’t move the body part it can quickly become imo immobilized and even harder to move later in the rehab process. Using a dowel rod or stick of your choosing, we can achieve these ranges of motion without actively using the injured muscle tissue. • #turquoisetrailtherapeutics #shoulderrehab #shoulderpain #shouldersurgery #sportschiropractic #chiropractor #newmexicotrue #newmexicochiropractor #santafechiropractor #docb #santafe #newmexico #sportsrehab


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One of the most important aspects of post-operative rehab is to immediately work on passive range of motion. The body lays down scar tissue quickly. If the we don’t move the body part it can quickly become imo immobilized and even harder to move later in the rehab process. Using a dowel rod or stick of your choosing, we can achieve these ranges of motion without actively using the injured muscle tissue. • #turquoisetrailtherapeutics #shoulderrehab #shoulderpain #shouldersurgery #sportschiropractic #chiropractor #newmexicotrue #newmexicochiropractor #santafechiropractor #docb #santafe #newmexico #sportsrehab


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With everything going on at the moment we all need to remember to be positive 💖 #sportsrehab #rehab #likesforlike #positive #positivity #fitness #muscles


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Following up on the previous post on ankle mobility and FRC, ankle C.A.R.s (controlled articulations rotations) are a great way to improve your ankle motion. While performing these, make sure you are pushing as far into your range of motion as you can and repeat 10x clockwise and counter clockwise on both sides to begin to improve your mobility and control. #sportsphysicaltherapy #sportsrehab #dpt #sportsperformance #sports #injuryprevention #functionalrangeconditioning #physicaltherapy #assessmentassassin #musclemcgyver


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