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Margaret Maas, PT
Aline Yiu, MA/OT
US Price: $143
238 Exercises
970-PC

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Show aides, caregivers and family members exactly how to perform each exercise with a patient. Each instruction clearly demonstrates the position of the patient and the movements to be performed by the caregiver.

Train family members and caregivers to work with:

  • Cerebral Vascular Accidents
  • Traumatic Brain Injuries
  • Spinal Cord Injuries
  • Cerebral Palsy
  • Bedridden Patients
  • Fractures and other Orthopedic Conditions
  • Multiple Sclerosis
  • Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis
  • Guillain Barré
  • Brain Tumor
  • Metastatic Conditions
  • Tendinitis
  • Developmental Disorders

These wonderfully illustrated instructions…

  • Clearly demonstrate beginning & ending positions.
  • Address posture and position of both patient and caregiver.
  • Highlight hand placement of caregiver to assure proper technique.
  • Include a variety of exercise positions i.e. supine or sitting.
  • Provide gradation of exercises to be performed.

Special Features

  • Extra large 4x6 inch cards!

In the Computer Version:

  • Add your own exercises with images

Exercises

  • General Instructions
    • Home Modalities: Contrast Bath
    • Home Modalities: Heat
    • Home Modalities: Ice
    • Proprioception: Trunk
    • Proprioception: UE / LE
    • Skin Care: Checking Skin
    • Tactile Stimulation: Using Brush
    • Tactile Stimulation: Using Towel
    • Tips for Exercise: Body Mechanics for Helper
    • Tips for Exercise: Positioning of Patient
    • Tips for Exercise: General Guidelines
    • Tips for Exercise: ROM / AAROM
    • Tips for Exercise: Stretching
    • Tips for Exercise: Contract Method
    • Tips for Exercise: Isometric
    • Tips for Tone Management
    • Tone Management: UE Flexors
  • Scapula
    • Elevation: ROM (Supine / Side-Lying / Sitting)
    • Elevation: Resisted — Bilateral (Sitting)
    • Depression: ROM (Supine / Side-Lying)
    • Depression: Isometric (Side-Lying / Sitting)
    • Protraction / Retraction: ROM (Supine / Side-Lying / Sitting)
    • Protraction / Retraction: AAROM — Bilateral (Sitting)
    • Protraction: Resisted (Side-Lying / Sitting)
    • Protraction: Isometric (Side-Lying / Sitting)
    • Retraction: Isometric (Side-Lying / Sitting)
    • Rotation: Composite ROM (Side-Lying / Sitting)
  • Shoulder
    • Flexion: ROM (Supine)
    • Flexion: ROM — Diagonal (Supine)
    • Flexion: ROM (Sitting)
    • Flexion: Eccentric ROM (Supine)
    • Flexion: Isometric (Sitting)
    • Extension: ROM (Sitting)
    • Extension: Stretch — Flexors (Sitting)
    • Extension: Isometric (Sitting)
    • Abduction: ROM (Supine)
    • Abduction: ROM (Sitting)
    • Abduction: Isometric (Sitting)
    • Horizontal Abduction / Adduction: ROM (Sitting)
    • Horizontal Abduction: Stretch — Pectoralis (Sitting)
    • Horizontal Abduction: Isometric (Sitting)
    • Horizontal Adduction / Abduction: ROM (Supine)
    • Adduction: Isometric (Sitting)
    • Horizontal Adduction: Isometric (Sitting)
    • Internal Rotation In Flexion: ROM (Supine)
    • Internal Rotation: ROM (Supine / Side-Lying)
    • Internal Rotation: ROM (Sitting)
    • Internal Rotation in Abduction: ROM (Sitting)
    • Internal Rotation: Isometric (Supine / Sitting)
    • External Rotation In Flexion: ROM (Supine)
    • External Rotation: ROM (Supine / Side-Lying)
    • External Rotation: ROM (Sitting)
    • External Rotation in Abduction: ROM (Sitting)
    • External Rotation: Isometric (Supine / Sitting)
  • Elbow
    • Flexion: ROM (Supine / Sitting)
    • Flexion: ROM (Side-Lying)
    • Flexion: Facilitated (Sitting)
    • Flexion: Isometric (Supine / Sitting)
    • Extension: ROM (Sitting)
    • Extension: ROM with Shoulder Flexed (Sitting)
    • Extension: Stretch — Forearm Extensors (Sitting)
    • Extension: Facilitated (Supine)
    • Extension: Facilitated (Sitting)
    • Extension: Isometric (Sitting)
    • Extension: Isometric With Shoulder Flexed (Sitting)
    • Pronation: ROM (Sitting)
    • Pronation: Resisted (Sitting)
    • Supination: ROM (Sitting)
    • Supination: Resisted (Sitting)
  • Wrist
    • Flexion: ROM
    • Flexion: AAROM With Fingers Extended (Tenodesis)
    • Flexion: Stretch — Extensors
    • Flexion: Isometric
    • Extension: ROM
    • Extension: AAROM With Fingers Flexed (Tenodesis)
    • Extension: Stretch — Flexors
    • Extension: Facilitated — Quick Stretch
    • Extension: Facilitated — Tapping
    • Extension: Isometric
    • Ulnar Deviation: Rom
    • Ulnar Deviation: Isometric
    • Radial Deviation: Rom
    • Radial Deviation: Isometric
  • Finger
    • MP Flexion: ROM
    • MP Flexion: ROM With IPs Extended
    • MP Flexion: Isolated
    • MP Extension: ROM
    • PIP Flexion: ROM
    • PIP Flexion: Isolated
    • PIP Extension: ROM
    • DIP Flexion: ROM
    • DIP Flexion: Isometric
    • DIP Extension: ROM
    • Flexion: ROM
    • Flexion: ROM With MPs Extended
    • Flexion: Stretch — Extensors
    • Flexion: Isometric
    • Extension: ROM
    • Extension: Isolated
    • Extension: Stretch — Flexors
    • Extension: Facilitated
    • Extension: Isometric
    • Abduction / Adduction: Isolated
    • Abduction: Stretch — Webspace
    • Abduction: Isometric
    • Adduction: Isometric
  • Thumb
    • MP Flexion: ROM
    • MP Flexion: Isometric
    • MP Extension: ROM
    • MP Extension: Isometric
    • IP Flexion: ROM
    • IP Flexion: Isometric
    • IP Extension: ROM
    • IP Extension: Isometric
    • Flexion: Stretch — Extensors
    • Extension: Stretch — Flexors
    • Abduction: Stretch — Webspace
    • Abduction: Isometric
    • Adduction: Isometric
    • Opposition: AAROM
    • Opposition: Resisted
  • Trunk
    • Flexion: Stretch — Neck Extensors (Supine)
    • Flexion: Stretch — Low Back Extensors (Supine)
    • Flexion: Stabilized Curl-Up (Supine)
    • Flexion: Isometric (Sitting)
    • Extension: AAROM (Sitting)
    • Extension: Stabilized Bridging (Supine)
    • Extension: Stabilized Airplane (Prone)
    • Extension: Isometric Bridging (Supine)
    • Extension: Isometric (Supine)
    • Extension: Isometric (Sitting)
    • Lateral Flexion: Isometric (Side-Lying)
    • Lateral Flexion: Isometric (Sitting)
    • Rotation: ROM (Supine)
    • Rotation: ROM (Sitting)
    • Rotation: Facilitated (Side-Lying)
    • Rotation: Isometric (Supine)
    • Rotation: Isometric (Sitting)
  • Cervical Spine
    • Flexion: Isometric (Supine / Sitting)
    • Extension: Isometric (Supine / Sitting)
    • Lateral Flexion: Isometric (Supine / Sitting)
    • Rotation: Isometric (Supine / Sitting)
  • Hip
    • Flexion: ROM With Knee Flexion (Supine)
    • Flexion: ROM With Knee Flexion (Side-Lying)
    • Flexion: ROM With Knee Extended (Side-lying)
    • Flexion: ROM With Knee Extended (Side-Lying) Variations
    • Flexion: Stretch — Hamstrings (Supine)
    • Flexion: Stretch — Hamstrings (Supine) Variations
    • Flexion: Isometric (Supine)
    • Flexion: Isometric (Sitting)
    • Extension: ROM (Side-Lying)
    • Extension: ROM (Prone)
    • Extension: Isometric With Knee Extended (Supine)
    • Extension: Isometric With Hip and Knee Flexed (Supine)
    • Extension: Isometric (Side-Lying)
    • Extension: Isometric (Prone)
    • Extension: Isometric (Sitting)
    • Internal Rotation: ROM in Flexion (Supine)
    • Internal Rotation: ROM In Extension (Supine)
    • Internal Rotation: ROM (Prone)
    • Internal Rotation: ROM (Sitting)
    • Internal Rotation / Flexion: Stretch — Piriformis (Supine)
    • Internal Rotation: Isometric (Supine)
    • Internal Rotation: Isometric (Prone)
    • Internal Rotation: Isometric (Sitting)
    • External Rotation: ROM in Flexion (Supine)
    • External Rotation: ROM in Extension (Supine)
    • External Rotation: ROM (Prone)
    • External Rotation: ROM (Sitting)
    • External Rotation: Isometric (Supine)
    • External Rotation: Isometric (Prone)
    • External Rotation: Isometric (Sitting)
    • Abduction: ROM (Supine)
    • Abduction / External Rotation: ROM (Supine)
    • Abduction: ROM (Side-Lying)
    • Abduction / Adduction: Controlled Motion (Supine)
    • Abduction: Isometric in Extension (Supine)
    • Abduction / External Rotation: Isometric (Supine)
    • Abduction: Isometric (Side-Lying)
    • Abduction: Isometric — Bilateral (Sitting)
    • Adduction: ROM (Supine)
    • Adduction / Internal Rotation: ROM (Supine)
    • Adduction: Stretch — Abductors (Side-Lying)
    • Adduction: Isometric in Extension (Supine)
    • Adduction / Internal Rotation: Isometric (Supine)
    • Adduction: Isometric (Side-Lying)
    • Adduction: Isometric — Bilateral (Sitting)
  • Knee
    • Flexion: ROM (Supine)
    • Flexion: ROM (Side-Lying)
    • Flexion: Stretch — Quadriceps (Side-Lying)
    • Flexion: Stretch — Quadriceps (Prone)
    • Flexion: Eccentric ROM (Prone)
    • Flexion: Isometric (Supine)
    • Flexion: Isometric (Side-Lying)
    • Flexion: Isometric (Prone)
    • Flexion: Isometric (Sitting)
    • Extension: ROM (Sitting)
    • Extension: Stretch — Posterior Knee (Supine / Sitting)
    • Extension: Stretch — Posterior Knee (Prone)
    • Extension: AAROM (Supine)
    • Extension: Eccentric ROM (Sitting)
    • Extension: Isometric (Supine)
    • Extension: Isometric (Prone)
    • Extension: Isometric (Sitting)
  • Ankle / Foot
    • Dorsiflexion: ROM
    • Dorsiflexion: Stretch — Heel Cord / Gastrocnemius
    • Dorsiflexion: Stretch — Heel Cord / Soleus
    • Dorsiflexion: Isometric
    • Plantar Flexion: ROM
    • Plantar Flexion: Stretch — Dorsiflexors
    • Plantar Flexion: Isometric
    • Inversion: ROM
    • Inversion: Isometric
    • Eversion: ROM
    • Eversion: Isometric
    • Combined Ankle Movement: ROM
    • Forefoot Supination / Pronation: ROM
    • Toe Flexion: Stretch — Extensors
    • Toe Flexion: Isometric
    • Toe Extension: Stretch — Flexors
    • Toe Extension: Isometric
  • Functional
    • Diaphragmatic Breathing (Supine / Sitting)
    • Costal Expansion (Supine / Sitting)
    • Stretch: Extensors (Long-Sitting)
    • Balance: Flexion / Extension Challenges (Long-Sitting)
    • Balance: Lateral Challenges (Long-Sitting)
    • Balance: Rotational Challenges (Long-Sitting)
    • Supine to Prone
    • Supine to Side-Lying
    • Side-Lying to Sit at Edge of Bed
    • Side-Lying to Side-Sitting
    • Side-Sitting to Quadruped
    • Sitting to Standing
    • Standing to Sitting
    • UE Weight Bearing (Side-Lying)
    • UE Weight Bearing (Sitting)

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