Are you struggling with “spasticity”? How about “stiffness” in a patient with Parkinson’s disease?
Your patient has a gait problem and you don’t know exactly which structure might be responsible?
A patient after shoulder surgery has a problem with the end range of flexion movement?
You will find the answers to these and other questions in the PNF course.
Proprioceptive Neuromuscular Facilitation is a modern rehabilitation method.
Proprioceptive Neuromuscular Facilitation – unofficial translation of People Need Fun(ction).
One of the most comprehensive methods in the field of rehabilitation.
Lucky 7 - “spasticity”
Muscle tension regulation is one of the biggest challenges in a physiotherapist’s work. We often see too much ‘tension’ in some muscle groups and not enough in others. While conducting therapy with people after craniocerebral traumas, after strokes, with multiple sclerosis, I have developed techniques to inhibit “spasticity”. I put that in inverted commas because, in fact, is it always spasticity as we know it from the definition?
Just seven simple principles, such as the use of rotation or approximation, which regulate muscle tension. A mixture of all the methods I know, combined with years of experience working with very difficult cases of central nervous system damage.
Keep Your Team Fit
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I also share my knowledge of the anatomy and biomechanics of the nervous and musculoskeletal system with non-medical professionals.
For years, and almost every day, I have been educating my patients with back, shoulder, head or elbow pain. I explain in simple terms how our body functions and how to take care of it. I believe that patient education is the key to getting back in shape, and prevention is always better than later treatment.
Take care of your employees, invite me to your company and I will show you how to take care of your body every day in the office.
Neuro & Co.
A five day course including knowledge of motor control, motor learning, regulation of muscle tone. I discuss the most common clinical images and their therapy.