🙏Der Körper und seine selbstregulierenden Kräfte sind viel intelligenter als wir Menschen es mit rationalem Verstand verstehen können. Es ist eine solch wundersame Leistung, die unser Körper jede Sekunde vollbringt, um alles in Balance zu halten 🌿⚕️ ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ 🤲Es bedarf keiner Kraft von außen, sondern nur einen ruhigen, neutralen Geist, welcher der Bewegung und der friedlichen Stille im Gewebe zuhört✔️
♦️𝐍𝐄𝐔𝐑𝐎𝐃𝐘𝐍𝐀𝐌𝐈𝐂𝐒 assesses neural tissue mechanosensitivity. Neural tissue should move freely and pain-free. If neural tension found, 𝐍𝐄𝐑𝐕𝐄 𝐅𝐋𝐎𝐒𝐒𝐈𝐍𝐆 added to the POC. - 📌Nerve Flossing is used for nerve mobility. Nerves are not made to stretch. They are designed to move freely throughout the body without tension occurring. - 📌Explaining nerve mobility can be difficult. I’ve found using analogies helps the patient better understand the process! Here we go:👇🏼 - 🗣Imagine Nerves as Floss, muscles as teeth, and the area where the nerve is not moving freely as food stuck in your teeth. The floss (i.e. nerve) needs to glide between the teeth (i.e. muscles, around bones, or other parts of the nerve bed) to dislodge stuck food (i.e. improve nerve mobility)! - 📌ALSO, we have to discuss how long after pain reduces to continue nerve flossing intervention. Again, analogy time:👇🏼 - 🗣We floss our teeth on a normal basis for gum health. Nerves are not very different. We can continue nerve flossing as part of a movement prep program for nerve mobility health! - ❤️TAG & SHARE with others that could benefit from this anaolgy❤️ - ⬅️⬅️SWIPE LEFT⬅️⬅️ for an example of a standing neural glide!
Here's a creative exercise combining wrist extension resisted by bodyweight combined with supination. . Increase the difficulty of this exercise by bringing your feet further underneath the suspension trainer so that you are holding more of your bodyweight through your hands. . 💥Tag or share with someone who has wrist pain!💥
This year's Blue Cow Congress on 20th-21st September falls in line with the Blue Cow message of not settling when it comes to having a practice of your dreams. _ We mix a variety of healthcare practice owners and their teams to learn together in a positive environment where everyone supports each other and grows. _ Ready to hear Team @enfieldchiro live as they explain how they have increased their PVA (patient visit average) and grew their wellbeing community? _ Act now and secure your place before this event sells out! Follow the link in the comments for details. #bluecowcongress#dreampractice#chirolife#holistic#osteopath#massagetherapy
*** How long does one's broken leg takes to heal? *** This picture is today, 10 weeks post surgery after a nasty tibia fracture. Inside that 24 suture points scars there are 2 plates, 15 (or 16?) screws and a bone graft. You can see how the Right leg is balanced and healthy, (definitely more balanced in muscle tone than before), from having to carry solely the body weight for the first 3 weeks post surgery. And you can see how the Left leg has still atrophied calf and quadriceps (and all the rest too :D). Bear in mind the muscle mass is already much better than last week and this leg is used and walked on. Still with a crutch assistance. There is still moderate inflammation as inflammation IS part of healing (in this case). And extension + flexion of the knee is still limited but improving gradually. For those that did not follow, this is me. I came back to work part time last month and am gradually increasing my hours, leaving me time for rest and rehab. Over the past 10 weeks, recovery included (and includes): - A fantastic surgery to start with, - Appropriate medication for an appropriate length of time (stopped any strong pain killer after week 1) - Lots of rest - A complete balanced diet and supplements - Regular physio + osteo - Cycling - Swimming - Rehab exercises for hips, knee and ankle - Stretching (loads of it) - Great support system - Self-love The road to recovery is still not over but has been a very fulfilling personal and professional experience. I definitely feel that I can relate more to patients suffering from body trauma now and it has made me an even better practitioner :) #osteopathy#osteopath#injury#bouldering#boulderinginjury#brokenleg#surgery#scar#body#rehab#physio#physiotherapy#osteopathy#london#healing#recovery#roadtorecovery#trauma#ortho#orthopaedics#medicine#scars#body#bodiesareamazing#strong#lifeexperience#physicaltherapy
Há alguns dias estive em Campinas - SP em um curso por um simples motivo, aprimorar minha práticas manuais e promover de maneira mais eficaz a melhora da queixa do meu paciente. Porém esse simples motivo me levou ao complexo mundo das fáscias! Com a ajuda de estimados profissionais consegui absorver parte de toda essa complexidade! Pretendo continuar firme para compreender o melhor possível esse sistema. Ao final do curso percebi que eu já não era o mesmo profissional que entrou, me abriu mais ainda os olhos para entender o Ser Humano! Muito obrigado @leo7.fascias por me proporcionar essa vivência que foi além de um simples curso.