Adrienn Csikhon

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Zenuwrek n. medianus, n. ulnaris en n. radialis

Zenuwrek n. medianus, n. ulnaris en n. radialis

Circulatory Check: - It is very important to check the circulation of the Popliteal Artery. This artery is an extension of the Femoral Artery. Injury to the Femoral Artery can be fatal, and the by...

Circulatory Check: - It is very important to check the circulation of the Popliteal Artery. This artery is an extension of the Femoral Artery. Injury to the Femoral Artery can be fatal, and the by.

Stroke Balance Exercises: (1) Weight Shift R & L (2) Weight Shift F & B (3) Lean on Elbow (4) Reach toward Weak Side (5) Reach Forward w/ Hands Clasped (6) Sit to Stand w/ Hands Clasped

Stroke Balance Exercises: Weight Shift R & L Weight Shift F & B Lean on Elbow Reach toward Weak Side Reach Forward w/ Hands Clasped Sit to Stand w/ Hands Clasped

Impingsyndrom

Impingsyndrom

Setu Bandha Sarvangasana or bridge pose is a common posture or asana. Sanskrit: सेतुबन्धासन; Setu – Bridge, Bandha – Bind/Lock, Asana – Pose/Posture; Pronounced as SAY-tuh-bun-DHAHS-ana. This pose resembles the structure of a bridge, and therefore, it is named as such. Some of the benefits of the bridge pose include: •This asana helps to strengthen the muscles of the back. The stretch also helps to relieve the stress trapped in the back. •This asana stretches and

Setu Bandha Sarvangasana or bridge pose is a common posture or asana. Sanskrit: सेतुबन्धासन; Setu – Bridge, Bandha – Bind/Lock, Asana – Pose/Posture; Pronounced as SAY-tuh-bun-DHAHS-ana. This pose resembles the structure of a bridge, and therefore, it is named as such. Some of the benefits of the bridge pose include: •This asana helps to strengthen the muscles of the back. The stretch also helps to relieve the stress trapped in the back. •This asana stretches and

Resultado de imagem para psoas maior

Low Back Pain Could Be a Tight or Shortened Psoas. (pronounced: So-as). The Psoas is a hip flexor located deep in the abdomen attaching the femur to the pelvis and lumbar spine. The lumbosacral nerve

sacroiliac instability prolotherapy

sacroiliac instability prolotherapy

Backward Tipped Pelvis Muscle Imbalance The opposite of a forward tipped pelvis, a backward tipped pelvis is the least common of the four primary postural dysfunctions behind back muscle pain. It’s most frequently found in the older population. Tight muscles: Pectoralis Upper abdominal Gluteal Hamstrings Weak muscles: Thoracic erector spinae Hip flexors Quadriceps

Backward Tipped Pelvis Muscle Imbalance The opposite of a forward tipped pelvis, a backward tipped pelvis is the least common of the four primary postural dysfunctions behind back muscle pain. It’s most frequently found in the older population.